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Zimbabwe & Botswana – Big Cats & Victoria Falls


For everyone who has still not seen the most famous water falls and the oldest ruins of the world.

Only a fraction of African destinations can compete with the dramatic Victoria Falls. In its prime, the „smoke that thunders“ is one of the most fascinating spectacles of nature on the continent. The falls can be found on the mighty river Zambezi, which makes the natural border between Zimbabwe and Zambia and can be admired from both sides. From the Zimbabwean side though the views are spectacular. The British explorer David Livingstone claimed that their beauty even enraptured angels.

Behind this UNESCO world heritage site and one of the 7 wonders of the world there is much more to be discovered. It´s one of the best safari destinations, it´s authentic, rocky, gracious and very rich for experiences. It suits those who would like to get off the beaten track as travelling here contains dramatic landscapes, wild national parks and friendly locals. Zimbabwe takes you from highlands covered with balancing rocks and „flaming“ Msasa trees to sleepy little towns and massive rivers like the Zambezi in the north or the Limpopo in the south.

Wild national parks like Hwange or Mana Pools are ideal for fantastic safaris and exciting nights in unfenced campsites. And more unique experiences are on the list and are definitely worth a visit: Matusadona, Chizarira, Gonarezhou or the Kariba dam – all of them with a breathtaking scenery, fantastic views and never disappointing when it comes to wildlife.

An adventure holiday in Africa is never boring, especially not in Zimbabwe. There is a possibility to do a walking safari in Mana Pools, helicopter flights over the Victoria Falls, a canoe safari on the Zambezi, tiger fishing on Kariba, rafting in the rapids just after the falls, diving into one of Africa´s biggest cave systems, discovering ancient rock art by the famous San bushmen or just go for a trek in the Matopos mountains.

Good to Know

Visa Requirements
Visa required
Languages spoken
English, Shona, Ndebele
Currency used
Zimbabwean Bond Notes however, the US dollar is accepted throughout Zimbabwe.
Area (km2)
390,757 km2
Typhoid, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Cholera, Yellow Fever, Rabies and Influenza

More about Zimbabwe

And in addition to this, you can get into close contact with Zimbabwe´s fine and educated locals, learn about their culture, see their skillful handcraft and admire their resilience to all the hardships caused by Robert Mugabe´s regime.

Zimbabwe is a country in Southern Africa, it borders on Zambia, Botswana, Mozambique and South Africa. It is a mountainous country, most of it on a high plateau with Mount Inyangani as its highest with 2595m on the eastern side. The Nyanga mountains form the natural border with tropical Mozambique, giving the rest of the country a cool but comfortable climate.

We haven’t yet created predefined tour packages for Zimbabwe. We do create your custom travel plan from destinations such as Harare, Victoria Falls National Park, Zambezi River/ Zambezi National Park, Hwange National Park, Mana Pools National Park, Chinhoyi Caves and the Great Zimbabwe Ruins. For requests please visit our “Book Now” section or send us an email.