Zimbabwe is cradled between two great African rivers - the myth-shrouded perennial Zambezi and the "great grey green greasy" seasonal Limpopo - between these two majestic watercourses lies a wealth of scenic landscapes, remnants of ancient civilisations and incredible wildlife.
Spectacular granite landscapes rise up out of miombo woodland and mopane savannah in the south-west, while on the central plateau are extensive moist grasslands and broad-leaved woodland; to the south-east lie the dry woodlands and bushveld of the lowveld while in the north-west corner the Zambezi River pours over the world-famous Victoria Falls.
Hwange National Park and Mana Pools National Park are world-renowned and both offer spectacular game viewing experiences and the canoe safaris on the southern banks of the Zambezi around Mana Pools offer something utterly life changing.
At almost 15,000 km square kilometres, Hwange National Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe. The park is predominately Kalahari sandveld...More >