Why go Safari To Zimbabwe?
Top Zimbabwe Safaris Destinations
Zimbabwe is an authentic, rugged destination that we especially recommend to travellers returning to Africa for an off-the-beaten track experience. In addition to delivering superb game viewing in the care of some of the most respected guides in the business,
Zimbabwe vacation offers classic tented camps that are comfortable without being ostentatious, fresh, wholesome cuisine, and one of the warmest welcomes in the world wherever you go
Wildlife can be viewed in Zimbabwe year-round. But the generally beautiful weather and high visibility of animals in the Dry season (April to October) make this the best time of year toRead More
Zimbabwe’s temperate climate is characterized by a moisture-less Dry season (April to October) and a sodden Wet season (November to March). The drier months are cool to warmRead More
Few airlines fly directly to Zimbabwe. Most people fly to Johannesburg and from there connect to Harare, Victoria Falls or Bulawayo on the same day. Most tourists fly to Victoria FallsRead More
High risk throughout most of the country, including Victoria Falls and Hwange NP. The highest risk of transition is in the rainy season from October to MayRead More
Hwange and Mana Pools are Zimbabwe’s prime sites for wildlife watching. The most commonly spotted animals are the elephant and hippol sable antelope and the bat-earedRead More
Zimbabwe is a safe country to visit, in general – especially if your visit is an organized safari. Zimbabwe’s political-economic situation is volatile and in late 2017 a coup saw the endRead More
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The wild life was amazing. The weather was fine. Transport was fine in Budlawayo and vic falls. Our guide was fantastic. Greyson did pick us up personally in Budlawayo and drove us to the Nwange Lodge for over night stay.After the game the next day , he did drive us to Vic falls. On the way we discussed potential events in Vic falls. Fredrick did suggest a lot of good events and helped us book these events even though we did arrive late . He also picked us up at the lodge in Vic falls the next day and drove us to the vic falls and back. Very good service
The numbers and diversity of the animals in Hwange was disappointing and definitely not comparable to the pre-independence period.The bush camp was well organised and comfortable.Our guide, Scott, was knowledgeable and interesting.Unfortunately we hit a hot spell which made activities in the middle of the day difficult.
Everything we expected and more, especially our guide Leo who was extremely knowledgeable and accommodating. Weather was a bit wet, but it was the rainy season, and our guide was prepared. Food was great as was the camp staff.
The food for this trip was wonderful. All the staff were so helpful. Gorges Lodge, Bomani Lodge and Jozi camp were perfect! The only thing that was not great was the ride from Gorges to Bomani and Bomain back to Victoria Falls. Suzanne was ssoooooo helpful!