It would not be an exaggeration to say that the land question in Zimbabwe is the single most decisive one. ― Christopher Hitchens, Inequalities in Zimbabwe – 1979
In the very centre of Southern Africa, lies a country of astounding natural beauty, diverse landscapes and a wealth of wildlife. Zimbabwe is a land of raw African wilderness and ancient heritage. From the mighty Victoria Falls, to the giant granite boulders of the Matobo Hills, Great Zimbabwe ancient ruins to the impressive capital city, Harare. This country offers a unique traveller experience.
We endorse and encourage travel to this most beautiful country. There’s no denying that the country has seen turbulent times since the 1890’s, and before, depending on who’s viewpoint you take. Perhaps choose the middle ground for in Zimbabwe, one will experience the friendliest people and some of the most breathtaking scenery and first-class game viewing safaris in Africa.
Forested mountains shade the expansive lands of the Eastern Highlands, whilst the sun-washed grasslands of Hwange National Park teem with wildlife and are the ancient hunting ground of the Ndebele tribe. From humid Mopani forests to the serene shores of Lake Kariba, more than 11% of Zimbabwe’s land is dedicated to wildlife parks and reserves. Boasting World heritage sites, botanical gardens, the snaking Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers. The Zimbabwean side of Victoria Falls offers an abundance of adrenaline, outdoor and wildlife activities in its unique natural environment, from whitewater rafting down the Zambezi, Elephant back safaris, walking with lions to microlight flights over the falls.