Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in southern Africa known for its spectacular scenery and diverse wildlife, much of which is found in parks and reserves areas. On the Zambezi River, Victoria Falls rises 108m in the narrow Batoka Gorge, where you can go whitewater-rafting and bungee jumping. Downstream, the Matusadona and Mana Pools national parks are home to hippos, rhinos and birds. Hwange National Park with an area of 14,651 km² is the largest national park in the country and one of the largest parks in Africa. Renowned for the diversity of its fauna, it shelters nine of the ten species of protected animals of the country such as the black rhinoceros and the elephant. It is one of the most important natural sanctuaries for wildlife in southern Africa.


More reasons to choose Zimbabwe for your next trip with Kamaroutes

  • Zimbabwe is home to one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Victoria falls!
  • It is close to major travel hubs like South Africa and Botswana. Why not combine these 3 destinations for an amazing trip?
  • Other not-to-be-missed UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Zimbabwe, include Mana Pools National Park, Matobo National Park, Great Zimbabwe and Khami Ruins.
  • It has focused its tourism towards quality rather than quantity, ensuring an exclusive safari experience.
  • It is also a home to one of the largest manmade lakes in the world, Lake Kariba.
  • It is considered by many to be the birthplace of African city-states and is an awe-inspiring place to visit.


Great Zimbabwe

30 km from the city of Masvingo, located in the south-east of the country, are some of the most extraordinary artificial remains in Africa. Made of regular rectangular granite stones, carefully placed on top of each other, they are the ruins of an incredible complex: the city of Great Zimbabwe. The structures were built by indigenous African peoples between 1250 and 1450 AD, considered to be the ancestors of modern Zimbabweans.

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