Regions in Zimbabwe

Home to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World (Victoria Falls), as well as an incredible array of wildlife (check out Hwange National Park), Zimbabwe is utterly breathtaking and entirely captivating. For water babies, consider cruising along the gigantic Lake Kariba, white water rafting on the Zambezi or going on a canoe safari in Mana Pools and for an insight into the country's diverse history, make sure your trip includes a stop in Matobo Hills or at the ruins of Great Zimbabwe:

Truly one of the world’s great natural wonders, Victoria Falls is among the biggest waterfalls on earth. With its majestic torrents of water tumbling over one hundred metres into the Zambezi Gorge below, it’s not hard to see why it’s known to locals as ‘the Smoke that Thunders’.
Mana Pools, on the floodplains of the Great Rift Valley and lining the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, offer spectacular views, stunning natural landscapes and unrivalled wildlife viewing opportunities.
Zimbabwe’s largest and most popular national park, Hwange’s fourteen thousand square kilometres are home to a wide array of game, including buffalo, lion, giraffe, and wildebeest.
The bizarre, moon-like landscapes of the Matobo Hills are a highlight of any trip to Zimbabwe, their granite-smoothed landscapes having been eroded to smooth whaleback dwalas and rocky kopjes.
Lake Kariba’s vibrant ecology makes it a great spot for wildlife-watching, with abundant game, bird and marine life available to view either by boat cruise or on land, from open safari vehicles.
Zimbabwe’s colonial past meets its vibrant traditional culture at every turn in Harare, the capital city whose perennially fine climate has earned it the nickname ‘the Sunshine City’.
Zimbabwe's biggest cultural draw, the Great Zimbabwe Ruins gave the modern country its name and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Remarkably well preserved, these ancient walls are almost 1,000 years old and were once the seat of what is now known as the Kingdom of Zimbabwe.
Gonarezhou National Park is an expanse of rugged wilderness tucked away from the tourist route and the perfect place to get an intimate audience with Zimbabwe’s stunning wildlife and local culture.
A great place to marvel at a variety of game, Malilangwe Nature Reserve is home to its very own ‘Little Six’ species of antelope, as well as aardvark, African wild dogs and lynx – an amazing place to get up close and personal with some of Africa’s lesser-spotted animal life.

The mountains of Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands are covered in rich forest and grassland, with the varied landscape home to a wide range of wildlife including blue monkeys, fruit bats and hornbills.


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