Zimbabwe

A guide to visiting Victoria Falls

A guide to visiting Victoria Falls

Africa’s most famous waterfall and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World is on many a traveller’s bucket list, for good reason. Victoria Falls, the planet’s biggest sheet of falling water, is 1.7 kilometres wide and 100 metres high, and the mist that it...
Chimanimani Highlands, Zimbabwe

Chimanimani Highlands, Zimbabwe

Part of the Chimanimani District was known as ‘Melsetter’ from 1896-1892. The District itself, however, is a fantastic region covered in lush mountains located in the Manicaland Province in Eastern Zimbabwe. The area is characterised by massive precipices, formed from...
Toka Leya Camp, Zimbabwe

Toka Leya Camp, Zimbabwe

The beautiful Toka Leya Camp in Zimbabwe is made up of twelve spacious en-suite safari-style tents (including three family tents) with endless vistas of the mighty Zambezi River, along with a few islands. Located in the stunning Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, just...
Ruckomechi Camp, Zimbabwe

Ruckomechi Camp, Zimbabwe

Situated in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe, Ruckomechi Camp offers ten spacious en-suite tents to visitors, including a honeymoon suite – all of which overlook the mighty Zambezi River. Each tent comes with both indoor and outdoor showers. The main dining area,...
Davison’s Camp, Zimbabwe

Davison’s Camp, Zimbabwe

Situated deep within the renowned Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, in the south-eastern Linkwasha Concession is Davison’s Camp. This is a classic African tented camp, with units stylishly concealed under a grove of mopane trees, overlooking a vast, open plain. A...
African Music Festivals

African Music Festivals

As if there are not enough reasons to visit Africa, like the game reserves, the beaches, the wild and wonderful adventure activities, then the wild and wonderful Music Festivals! So why not plan a music-filled budget safari through Africa that incorporates one of...
Things to do in Bulawyao

Things to do in Bulawyao

The National Art Gallery Situated in a gorgeous one hundred year old classical Edwardian building, the National Art Gallery holds both temporary and permanent displays of modern Zimbabwean sculpture and paintings. There is also a gallery store stocked with local...
Matopos National Park

Matopos National Park

The Matopos National Park forms the heart of the Matobo Hills, a region covered in undulating hills and wooded valleys that begins approximately 35 kilometres south of Bulawayo in southern Zimbabwe.  The hills were formed more than two billion years back, with rock...
Bulawayo

Bulawayo

The second biggest Zimbabwean city after the capital of Harare, Bulawayo holds an approximate urban population of around 730,000 (according to 2007 surveys). The city is situated in Matabeleland, 439 kilometres south west of Harare. Bulawayo is now treated as a...
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