Zimbabwe: A World of Natural Wonders

From Victoria Falls to Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe dazzles visitors with its abundant wildlife, thundering waterfalls, and ancient ruins. Walk in the footsteps of Rhodes at Matobo National Park and explore the history of the Great Zimbabwe civilization.

Adventures abound in this landlocked southern African country from whitewater rafting on the Zambezi to bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls Bridge. Enjoy warm hospitality in lodges rich with cultural heritage. Zimbabwe offers intrepid travelers diverse ecosystems and landscapes to uncover.

Victoria Falls, known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya, or “The Smoke That Thunders” is one of the world’s largest waterfalls and Zimbabwe’s top attraction. Visit from March to May to see the falls at their full power. Formed by unusual hexagonal rock formations, Matobo National Park is an otherworldly place to spot wildlife and see ancient Bushmen paintings.

Climb aboard a canoe for a leisurely ride down the Zambezi River past hippos, crocodiles, and elephants.Odyssey. Or challenge yourself with one of the world’s best whitewater rafting experiences on the Zambezi below the falls.

Wildlife enthusiasts will feel right at home spotting the Big Five including lions, elephants, and rhinos on safari in reserves like Hwange National Park.

The UNESCO World Heritage site of Great Zimbabwe provides insight into this mysterious medieval empire and its architectural achievements.

The best time to visit Zimbabwe is during the dry season from May to October when temperatures are mild and wildlife viewing is at its peak.

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