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Zimbabwe is a country of breathtaking natural wonders, excellent national parks, and historical sites.  This combination offers visitors the chance to experience a huge amount during a safari here, all in the company of some of Africa’s most charismatic safari guides.

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The varied landscapes range from the largely flat expanse of Hwange National Park, riverine features of Mana Pools, granite rock formations of the Matobo Hills, Lake Kariba and the impressive Victoria Falls.  All of this offers rich and plentiful wildlife viewing with impressive elephant herds in Hwange and Mana Pools, and good populations of lion, leopard, giraffe, zebra, and plenty of plains game. 

Zimbabwe offers a large choice of safari activities including canoe safaris, cultural experiences, walking safaris, white water rafting and boat trips. It is rich in culture too, with Bushmen Rock Art, Great Zimbabwe and Cecil Rhode’s grave just some of the historically important sites which can be visited.   

Whether you prefer luxury hotels and camps or smaller more intimate and rustic bush camps, there is a real variety of accommodation throughout.  The more adventurous can sleep under the stars or enjoy a multi-day canoe safari on the Zambezi River. 

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For wildlife viewing, Zimbabwe is best visited between April and October which coincides with the dry season.  Towards the end of the year migratory birds in their breeding plumages start arriving, with the months November to March bringing the rains with them.

A trip here combines well with Cape Town, Botswana, Zambia or the Indian Ocean. 


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