2016 / 2017
Hwange National Park
3 nights at The Hide…..from USD 1460 per person sharing
2016 / 2017
Lodge / Accommodated Safaris by road
15 days / 14 nights Desert, Rivers & Wildlife Adventure from AUD 3615 per person sharing
15 days / 14 nights Kruger to Falls Adventure from AUD 4815 per person sharing
22 days / 21 nights Transkalahari Adventure from AUD 5095 per person sharing
22 days / 21 nights Northern Experience Safari from USD 3589 per person sharing
20 days / 19 nights Great Trans-African Lodge Safari from USD 3990 per person sharing
15 days / 14 nights Botswana Wildlife Breakaway Safari from USD 3335 per person sharing
10 days / 9 nights Botswana Lodge Explorer from USD 2990 per person sharing
13 days / 12 nights Zambezi Valley and Beyond from USD 3950 per person sharing
One of the many reasons to visit Zimbabwe
Victoria Falls – One of the natural wonders of the world and probably the most impressive waterfall you will ever see. The nearby area is full of activities, including one of the highest bungy jumps in the world. Great Zimbabwe – The second greatest stone structure in Africa is still a mystery. The fate of the powerful cultural who built this now-deserted city is still the subject of academic debate. Hwange – A large and well-populated reserve that is also the oldest in the country, Hwange offers visitors a view of the real African Wildlife and landscape as well as first-class accommodation. Lake Kariba – One of the continent’s greatest lakes, but one which was man-made, this vast area of water, recreation and wildlife has a long and successful history of conservation – apart from being a prime tourist venue. Gonarezhou – One of the first protected areas in the world to involve the local population in a proactive role, this reserve has been an example to conservation programes everywhere and is part of the transfrontier park (Gonarezhou, Kruger, Limpopo). Bulawayo and Matopos – Not only is this town a monument to the colonial period, it is also situated in the region that is rich in the history of man and nature.
Eastern Highlands – This scenic, rural setting offers mountains and streams where hiking and fishing, especially for bass and trout, are popular pursuits. Cultural art – Recognized internationally as one of the centers of Africa tribal art, there are many archaeological sites with exceptional cave paintings all across the country. Harare – A thriving capital with modern facilities but a distinctly African ambience, this city is still a prime tourist attraction for its sport and entertainment venues. It is also a perfect place to start exploring the rest of the country. Zambezi escarpment – The northern reserves and safari areas bordering Lake Kariba and the Zambezi River are prim game-viewing locations that also offer great accommodation and guided tours in a perfect natural setting.