Everything in Africa bites, but the safari bug is worst of all.
A Zimbabwe safari offers a sense of pioneristic adventure and wilderness that is hard to discover in other destinations.
A journey in Zimbabwe never fails to impress, this wonderful country has an incredible variety of landscapes and animals, luxurious safari camps set in wild locations and the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls.
This Zimbabwean trip allows to discover the country in all the style and high comfort of this legendary safari destination, 9 exciting days in boundless game territories, totally wild and untouched where the Big Five roam free.
This Zimbabwean safari will bring you to the vast Hwange National Park and remote Mana Pools National Park before a finale at the Victoria Falls.
The Hwange National Park is the largest national park of the country, its territories are abounding and rich in undisturbed wildlife to be found in the teak forest and sand veld.
The Hwange protects a huge amount of elephants and buffalos as well as large pride of lions, leopards, wild dogs, gemsboks, packs of brown hyenas and a variety of antelope species.
The Hwange is a birdwatching paradise, a vast array of exciting birds can be found in the park with over 470 bird species recorded.
Spend your days exploring your surrounds on game drives and walking safaris before retreating to the comforts of the Camp.
The Mana Pools National Park is a remote and pristine destination tucked away within the middle of the Zambezi Valley.
The Unesco-awarded Mana Pools National Park offers exciting game drives, walking safaris, canoe safaris and river cruises that allow to view an abundance of wildlife and learn much about animals behaviours.
The Mana Pool is home to more than 350 bird species due to the floodplains providing the ideal habitat for a great deal of them.
Victoria Falls, known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya, the smoke that thunders, are undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest natural spectacles.
Enjoy an unforgettable helicopter flight over the Victoria Fall or a sunset cruise to admire the wilderness of the Zambezi River.