Explore Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls

Described by the local tribesman as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ - ‘the Smoke that Thunders’, in reference to the colossal columns of spray, the Victoria Falls are a spectacular sight and one of the undoubted natural wonders of the world.

Hwange National Park

In the northwest corner of Kenya lies the largest game reserve in the country, covering over 14,000 square kilometres. Hwange boasts a tremendous selection of wildlife - almost 400 species of birds have been recorded, along with over 100 species of mammals.

Lake Kariba

Stretching along the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, Lake Kariba is the one of the world's largest artificial lakes with a shoreline of over 2,000 kilometres. The sheer size of the lake makes it easy to forget that it's a dam.

Mana Pools National Park

One of Zimbabwe's most popular parks with a large range of mammals, over 450 bird species and aquatic wildlife. It's rugged integrity earned it a place as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.