Safari reserves & places to visit in Zimbabwe

Bulawayo is Zimbabwe's historic second city...


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Zimbabwe’s second city, Bulawayo is still a vibrant town with worthwhile museums and lovely parks despite its air of shabby gentility. It feels quite distant from the busier, governing centre of Harare, and is well worth a night’s stop – perhaps en route to Matobo Hills or beyond.
Chizarira National Park is known as one of the most scenic regions in Zimbabwe

Chizarira National Park

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One of the most remote national parks in Zimbabwe, Chizarira receives few visitors to its wild, rugged landscapes.

Eastern Highlands

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Made up of three mountain groups, the diverse scenery of the Eastern Highlands is largely off the main tourist routes. Come here for the cooler climate and coffee plantations, excellent walking and visits to the Bvumba Botanical gardens.
Gonarezhou NP is vast, encompassing around 5,000 Square Kilometres of varied habitat...

Gonarezhou & Save Valley

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One of Zimbabwe's least visited areas, the south eastern Lowveld hides some spectacular unspoilt wilderness areas. Gonarezhou National Park and the Savé Valley Conservancy are perfect for those wanting to escape the crowds and experience Zimbabwe at it rawest.

Great Zimbabwe

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At the time of independence in 1980, Zimbabwe took its name from the ancient complex of Great Zimbabwe, Africa’s second largest stone built archaeological site after the pyramids, as it was felt the ancient site represented evidence of a great civilisation before European colonisation. Great Zimbabwe is located in the south-central Masvingo Province, and is though to have been constructed around 1100 AD, before being ‘discovered’ by the Portuguese in the early 1500s...
Harare is Zimbabwe's hustling, bustling capital city...


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Zimbabwe’s energetic capital city, Harare is the gateway to many regions of the rest of the country. A few high quality hotels and lodges provide excellent sanctuaries in which to relax and unwind on an overnight stay.
Hwange is an excellent big game area, well-known for its very healthy elephant population

Hwange National Park

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Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe's largest national park and encompasses a variety of habitats from Kalahari sandveld to mopane woodlands. It has huge herds of elephants, and high wildlife densities - and is a very accessible, with camps here offering game drives and walking safaris.
Mana Pools is located in the Lower Zambezi Valley

Mana Pools National Park

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Mana Pools National Park is unique; it's a World Heritage Site. It's great for both walking and canoeing safaris to view the abundant wildlife, including a healthy elephant population.
Dotted with rocky outcrops or 'kopjes' the scenery of The Matobos is quite unique...

Matobo National Park

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Easily accessible and littered with red granite boulders interspersed with greenery, Matobo Hills is a stunning national park with great scenery, superb walking and an intensively-protected game park with high densities of rhino and other game.
Matusadona is well known not just for its great game viewing but also its spectacular scenery

Matusadona National Park

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On the southern side of Lake Kariba, Matusadona National Park is a remote and rugged sanctuary for wildlife - come for adventurous safaris including rhino-tracking on foot and very relaxing cruises on the lake.
The Victoria Falls can be easily added to any safari in Zimbabwe, Botswana or Zambia

Victoria Falls

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Victoria Falls offer a variety of activities from sedate viewing trips to adrenaline activities such as bungee-jumping. There is something for everyone in this breath-taking spot.
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