Zimbabwe is known for its dramatic landscapes, erosive rock formations, with high grass areas, forests and lakes. This is a semi-desert land with diverse wildlife, birdlife much of which are found in beautiful national parks and reserves.
Victoria Falls is known to the local Kololo tribe as Mosi oa Tunya; a spectacle and one of seven natural wonders of the world. The falls form the perfect veil at 7.8 metres wide, 108 metres high; a perfect cushion for adrenalin charged water-rafting activities. The mere mist from the thundering falls sustains the biodiversity around.
Soak in the natural wonder be it from the bird’s eye view heli-flip, bungee-jumping off the Victoria Falls Bridge, or a leisurely hike – just some options for you to connect to the falls.
Hwange is Zimbabwe’s largest national park, the only protected area where some of the world’s endangered animals are still seen in large numbers – gemsbok, brown hyena. The park is a haven for wildlife, home to vast herds of elephants, buffalo, zebra and a large concentration of giraffes – the supermodels of the wildlife! The expansive Zambezi River cuts through this magnificent park, attracting spectacular birdlife, especially in wet season where up to 400 species can be spotted.