Zimbabwe holidays: Where to go walking in Zimbabwe
Take a walk on the wild side and explore Zimbabwe and its stunning scenery on foot. There are great opportunities for walking among granite hills and rugged mountains in Matobo Hills National Park, or lush riverine forests in Mana Pools National Park to name but a couple. Walking safaris focus less on the big cats and mammals and more on Zimbabwe's botanical and avian attractions, as well as the smaller insects and mammals that one often misses on a game drive.
Our 4 favourite camps & lodges for walking in Zimbabwe
Amalinda|95% (16 reviews)The landscape around Amalinda is a major attraction to walkers in Zimbabwe, with granite kopjes and valleys providing fantastic backdrops. As a bonus, Matobo Hills National Park is one of the few remaining areas in Southern Africa where white rhino can be found relatively ... More about Amalinda
Camp Hwange|97% (41 reviews)David and the other guides at Camp Hwange are all experienced walking guides with an exciting mix of adventurous spirit and respect for animals and the bush. It’s an excellent camp for approaching large game on foot, and for more general walking safaris in Zimbabwe. More about Camp Hwange
Goliath Safaris|96% (10 reviews)Led by expert guides who know Mana Pools really well, guests at Goliath can enjoy gentle walks along the banks of the Zambezi River. The undergrowth in this area is often sparse and the landscape open, making for excellent walking terrain. More about Goliath Safaris
Vundu Camp|95% (23 reviews)Owned and managed by the enormously experienced Nick Murray, Vundu Camp will appeal to those interested in getting out and about on foot around the pristine Mana Pools. A varied array of wildlife can be found in the forested areas around Vundu. More about Vundu Camp