Explore Zimbabwe’s Iconic Landmarks and Natural Beauty
Zimbabwe: Where Adventure and Conservation Thrive
Endowed with vast wildlife, and the magnificent Victoria falls (along the Zimbabwe-Zambia border), Zimbabwe has such captivating tourist locations that suits her reference as the “world of wonders”. From ancient cities, to game parks and highlands among them, five recognised as UNESCO world heritage sites.
The great Victoria falls also lying with the Zambian border is a beauty to behold, on the Zambian side of the Victoria falls lies the “devil’s pool” for those who seek a thrilling experience.
Hwange National Park
Home to one of the largest elephant populations, these magnificent beasts are a major highlight in the park. Testimony to thriving conservation efforts, and Zimbabwe’s largest national park.
Masvingo (Fort Victoria)
The oldest urban settlement in Zimbabwe. Masvingo (Fort Victoria) ruins are from the Munhumutapa empire and are a recognised UNESCO world heritage site
Mana Pools National Park
Home to the largest crocodile and hippo populations in the country, along with other wildlife Mana pools is great for wildlife viewing and bird watching even through the dry season as it attracts animals with its consistent water supply.
Another UNESCO world heritage site in Zimbabwe, the Khami is the largest stone monument in Zimbabwe with a unique history having served Kings and been a home since 10th century AD.
Touring the eastern highlands is like a journey through nature’s masterpiece. Be enchanted by its rugged mountain peaks, cascading waterfalls, and verdant forests. Experience profound serenity as you savour the beauty of the land.