Zimbabwe offers some of the best wildlife parks in southern Africa and has beautiful botanical gardens and sanctuaries. It is the proud country of several World Heritage Sites and has a rich history. Boundless activities can amuse visitors for days on end.
While winter nights can be cool, Zimbabwe’s weather is generally very warm with temperatures rarely exceeding 33°C or falling below 7°C. Summer days (November to February) are the hottest and this is also when most of the rain falls.

Zambezi Gorge
Zimbabwe is home to one of the largest waterfalls in the world. The legendary Victoria Falls see the mighty Zambezi River plunge over 100m (330ft) into the narrow Batoka Gorge at a rate of 550 million litres every minute. This is a spectacle of note: the raw power of this unique sight is truly something to behold. And there is much to do in the area: whitewater rafting, bungee jumping, canoe trips, microlight and helicopter flights, sundowner cruises and more.
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Near the Victoria Falls lies one of Zimbabwe’s largest parks. Hwange National Park holds a large variety of animals and birds. At some waterholes, platforms are erected from which one can observe game closely. The Park is one of the last great elephant sanctuaries in Africa.
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Lake Kariba is located on the northern border of Zimbabwe and is the biggest source of hydroelectric power for the country. It is also famous for its houseboats and safaris.
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Matusadona National Park is set on Lake Kariba and offers game-viewing from water boats. Matusadona boasts a unique combination of pristine and rugged wilderness, together with the water frontage of Lake Kariba. It is one of the last remaining sanctuaries of the endangered Black Rhinoceros.
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Mana Pools National Park is situated in the lower Zambezi valley and comes alive with birds and animals, especially during the dry season between June and October.
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Three major rivers run through Gonarezhou National Park and form pools which attract various species of birds and wildlife.
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The Matopo Hills, south of Bulawayo, boasts exquisite rock formations created by the eroding winds.
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Recognised worldwide for its beautiful scenery and important landmarks, Zimbabwe offers visitors a wide range of interesting attractions suited to anyone from the adrenaline junkie to the animal lover. Africa Bespoke offer special deals that will place you in some of the most beautiful areas of Zimbabwe and keep you busy with many activities.

Map of Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Map