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Victoria Falls

The Mighty Victoria Falls. A spectacular sight of awe inspiring beauty. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world, and for good reason. Trust me, this is one for your bucket list!

Aside from the spectacular water fall, the town of Victoria Falls may be small but it it is full of life and zest!  With plenty of funky restaurants to eat out at and a few small but characteristic pubs to enjoy a drink or two.

Want some peace and quiet?  Put your feet up and relax on a Sunset Cruise on the Mighty Zambezi River, just to name one of the many exciting activities to do in Victoria Falls!


One of the ten largest National Parks in Africa, and the largest in Zimbabwe. The vast amounts of wildlife and astounding scenery is what makes this National Park so spectacular.

In addition Hwange offers a majestical sense of serenity, it is the perfect place to take a break from your busy life, relax, switch off and experience Africa in all its beauty. 

Mana Pools

This magnificent 2200-sq-km National Park is a Unesco World Heritage Site. The remoteness, picturesque landscape and permeate sense of the wild and nature is what makes this park so magical. 

Here you can certainly spot plenty of wildlife. Be sure to have your camera ready, as the mighty King of the Savannah love these grasslands, as well as the stunning Painted Dog. 

Lake Kariba

To top it off the sunsets over these superb waters are quite impressive, and what a way to end the day with a drink in your hand with a view like this. 


Far in the south east corner of Zimbabwe is the stunning Park of Gonarezhou, Zimbabwe’s second largest National Park. This park truly is a hidden gem, regarded by many as one of the best kept secrets of Zimbabwe.

The landscape here is something else, with high rising deep red cliffs and vast open landscapes, these are quite frankly breath taking views. 

Matobo National Park

This is home to some of the most interesting and spectacular granite, and otherworldly scenery in the world. This Unesco World Heritage Site is known as the Spiritual Home of Zimbabwe, made up of balancing rocks known as kopjes – giant boulders impossibly lurching on top of one another. 

When you see it, you will easily understand why Matobo is a World Heritage Site. Truly a view and place like no other, that one will never forget.

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