The Land of Diversity

A country of charm, political intrigue and magnificent wilderness, Zimbabwe offers something for everyone. Ranging from low lying semi-desert to lush highlands strewn with forests and lakes, Zimbabwe sits on a high plateau in Southern Africa. Attractions are many and include Victoria Falls, tiger fishing in the mighty Zambezi, elephant back safaris and Zimbabwe’s second UNESCO World Heritage Site at Mana Pools National Park for excellent game viewing. Those who travel to Zimbabwe will be warmly welcomed by a people who have lost neither their resolve nor their humour.



Highlights: Bulawayo, Eastern Highlands, Gonarezhou National Park, Gweru and Antelope Park, Harare, Hwange National Park, Lake Kariba and Matusadona National Park, Mana Pools National Park, Masvingo and Great Zimbabwe, Matopos National Park, Mutare, Victoria Falls

Flying time from UK/Europe:  Approx. 10 hours and 30 minutes from London to Harare

Time Zone:  GMT + 2 hours

Languages:English is the official language of Zimbabwe.  Shona and Ndbele are indigenous languages widely spoken.

Visas: Depending on the traveler’s nationality, a Zimbabwe visa may or may not be required for entry into the country.  



PDF-iconZimbabwe has a beauty all its own.  From its diverse landscapes and rich wildlife to the historical ruins of Great Zimbabwe; from Mtarazi Falls to the dreaming hills of the Matopos, Zimbabwe is a country ripe for discovery.  Dr. and Mrs. B wanted a guided tour of Zimbabwe, to take in the best that the country has to offer, and this is the 15 day/14 night holiday we planned for them…

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