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Tours in Zimbabwe

Home to sweeping plains populated by a plethora of game, immense mountain ranges and thriving wetlands, Zimbabwe’s contrasting landscapes make for an unforgettably scenic safari adventure.

One of the main draws of this stunning country is the enormous Victoria Falls. One of the seven natural wonders of the world, the sheer power of this force of nature is truly something to behold as you feel it thundering beneath your feet. Wander through the fascinating ecosystem of the nearby Victoria Falls Rainforest, spotting bushbuck, vervet monkeys and baboons, before ascending high above the ground for a breath-taking and unique perspective of the Falls by helicopter. If you’re feeling bold then you can choose from a range of adrenaline-fueled activities, such as white-water rafting and bungee jumping.

An African adventure wouldn’t be complete without witnessing the iconic Big Five. Combining the world’s largest waterfall with the excitement of game viewing, our Victoria Falls & Hwange National Park Safari tour will see you embarking on exhilarating 4x4 game drives through Zimbabwe’s largest national reserve. Track lions, rhino, cheetah, brown hyena and gemsbok, witnessing the majesty of Hwange’s elephant ‘super herds’, before cruising down the winding Zambezi River on a peaceful sundowner cruise with cocktail in hand.

Alternatively, our Grand Tour of Zimbabwe will take you on a journey through the vast Matobo National Park and its curious balancing granite formations, giving you the chance to see 2,000-year-old cave inscriptions left by San bushmen, before observing the towering red and orange Chiloji Cliffs of Gonarezhou National Park.

4 days Victoria Falls

Iconic Victoria Falls


Our Iconic Victoria Falls four-day tour provides you with a perfect base to experience the seventh wonder of the world. Known to locals as ‘The Smoke That Thunders’ - the sheer power of this massive body of water plunging into...

Adventure holidays

Iconic Victoria Falls
8 days Leopard in Hwange National Park

Victoria Falls & Hwange


Resting on the southern banks of the Zambezi River at the western end of the eponymous falls, our Victoria Falls & Hwange eight-day tour combines a visit to Botswana’s majestic Victoria Falls with Zimbabwe’s spectacular Hwange National Park. Explore the...

Safari holidays

Victoria Falls & Hwange
14 days

Grand Tour of Zimbabwe


Your 14 day Grand Tour of Zimbabwe adventure starts in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital city. Moving on from Harare to the rolling hills of Nyanga National Park, in Zimbabwe's Eastern Highlands, you’ll discover a multitude of scenic rivers and breathtaking waterfalls...

Safari holidays

Grand Tour of Zimbabwe
6 days Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls & Chobe


Our Victoria Falls & Chobe six day tour takes you on a journey from the natural wonder of Victoria Falls to the wildlife-abundant Chobe. Victoria Falls, known to locals as ‘The Smoke That Thunders’ - is one of the seven...

Iconic journeys

Victoria Falls & Chobe
4 days a waterfall with a mountain in the background

Livingstone and The Falls


Located just a few kilometres from the Zambezi River in southwestern Zambia, the bustling town of Livingstone is famous for being the home of the magnificent Victoria Falls . One of the original natural wonders of the world, this World...

Livingstone and The Falls
12 days a lion lying down in the dirt

Discover Zimbabwe


Your twelve-day Discover Zimbabwe adventure starts in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital city. Continuing on to Mana Pools National Park and the Zambezi River, prepare to be left in awe by the stunning scenery and magnificent wildlife viewing. The life-giving power of...

Wildlife holidays

Discover Zimbabwe

Frequently Asked Questions

In a country known for having no official currency, it can be difficult to know what currency to bring with you. As of 2016, Zimbabwe introduced the US dollar as legal tender here, and as such we recommend using that. While many businesses accept a range of currencies – including the South African rand, the euro, Japanese yen and even the British pound in some cases – the US dollar is among the most widely accepted here. Hotels, restaurants and bars may accept credit and debit cards. Outside of the capital and more populated towns, you might have difficulty locating ATMs.

Despite there being no official census, English, Shona and Ndebele are the most commonly spoken languages in Zimbabwe. While as many as 16 different languages are recognised here, for the most part you will be able to communicate in English with tour operators, hotel and restaurant staff.

Victoria Falls experiences ‘high season’ from February through to May every year, with the summer rainfall massively increasing the volume of water flowing over the Falls, thus making for a more impressive view. The water flows faster, and the resulting plumes of mist are far denser, travelling further afield – some visitors report seeing the mist from miles away.

The expansive wildernesses of Zimbabwe sustain an astonishing variety of wildlife, including some of the largest gatherings of elephants across the whole of Africa. Whether you’re here for an exciting safari expedition, a pulse-pounding white-water experience, or simply to take in awe-inspiring panoramas of African landscapes, Zimbabwe must be seen to be believed.

Why you'll love Zimbabwe...

• Taking in incredible views of Victoria Falls by helicopter
• Capturing magical photos of the rainbows which appear from the dense spray surrounding the cascading Falls
• Braving a white water rapid experience
• Cruising down the Zambezi River with a sundowner cocktail as dusk falls
• Tracking the world famous Big Five game at Hwange National Park
• Spotting rare and lesser-known fauna, such as sable antelope and brown hyena
• Marvelling at 2,000 year-old cave paintings and inscriptions at Matobo National Park
• Interacting with local Shangaan tribes at Gonarezhou National Park
• Observing the vibrant reds and oranges of the Chiloji Cliffs
• Witnessing Hwange’s Presidential Elephant Herds
• Sleeping under the stars at Somalisa Camp

Did you know?

• Despite being a landlocked country, there is a very real fear of mermaids throughout Zimbabwe.
• During 2008, Zimbabwe issued $100,000,000,000,000 (one hundred trillion) dollar notes.
• More than half of the population of Zimbabwe are under 21 years old.