Where to visit

Where to visit

Gonerezhou NP & Save River Conservancy

Gonerezhou NP & Save River Conservancy

There are few truly wild places in Africa that remain unspoiled by mass tourism and for the time being, Gonarezhou is one of them. Located far from the beaten path, Gonarezhou is an absolute jewel of a wilderness area. Situated in the south eastern corner of Zimbabwe, this is Zimbabwe’s second largest park after Hwange. […]

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Great Zimbabwe

Great Zimbabwe

Located some 30 kilometers from the modern Zimbabwean town of Masvingo, the stone ruins of Great Zimbabwe are today one of the continent’s most impressive monuments, linking the present with the past. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1986, the archaeological remains contain the largest ancient structure in sub-Saharan Africa.  350kms from Harare lies the […]

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Eastern Highlands

Eastern Highlands

These are the Zimbabwe highlands of misty mornings, log fires and wrapping up well.The Eastern Highlands are a range of mountains running down the eastern border of Zimbabwe and Mozambique that are a sparsely populated and lush with pockets of huge towering forests – home to numerous endemic species of birds and animals. The climate […]

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Bulawayo & Matobo National Park

Bulawayo & Matobo National Park

The Historic town of Bulawayo Bulawayo is Zimbabwe’s 2nd largest city , after Harare , and is in the heart of Matebeleland district and the homeland of the Matebele people – one of Zimbabwe’s two main tribes. The town grew in the late 1900’s as a commercial & Industrial centre due to its train link […]

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Matusadona & Lake Kariba

Matusadona & Lake Kariba

Lake Kariba In the late 1950s, the Kariba Dam flooded much of the middle Zambezi Valley, creating one of the world’s greatest man-made lakes: Lake Kariba.  Around this shoreline are some excellent safari lodges, offering walks and drives, as well as boat and canoe trips to explore the lake’s inlets and creeks. The lake is […]

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Mana Pools & Lower Zambezi

Mana Pools & Lower Zambezi

The Lower Zambezi flows through a huge rift valley and spreads wide creating an oasis of pools, shallow sand banks and islands that sustain a huge variety of animal life.  Mana Pools National Park is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River as it meanders for 80 kms through a shallow valley filled with […]

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Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park, is Zimbabwe’s premier park and its largest with one of the highest game concentrations in Africa. It is one of our favourites at Travel wild as it is It is only 2-3 hours from the tourism hub of Victoria Falls but its accommodation options tend to have an authentic feel. It is the […]

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Victoria Falls & Zambezi National Park

Victoria Falls & Zambezi National Park

Zimbabwe’s most popular tourist destination, the Victoria Falls ranks as one of the worlds seven natural wonders and also is one of Zimbabwe’s four world heritage sites. The mighty Zambezi spills its water over the 1700m wide falls, making them the widest curtain of falling water in the world. David Livingstone is credited as being […]

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