Set for a big comeback as one of the superstar destinations among southern Africa’s safari hotspots, Zimbabwe will enthral each visitor who set foot on its soil. After years of political and economic instability, Zimbabwe is regaining its reputation as a true natural paradise and is home to the friendliest people of Africa.

Not much is known about Zimbabwe apart from the colonial history and the economic downturn over the past 30 years. But if you have a closer look at the landlocked country, you will soon discover it is one of the culturally richest in Africa and is home to humongous unfenced national parks and teeming with spectacular wildlife. Get ready for your ultimate Zimbabwe safari and so much more in this beautiful part of the continent!

The largest of them all is Hwange National Park in the northeast. Only three hours away, travellers can admire the ‘smoke that thunders’, stunning Victoria Falls and all that it has to offer. Take a break on the oceanlike Lake Kariba in Matusadona National Park, on which shores rhino or zebra appear like a mirage.

Relatively undiscovered is Mana Pools in the very north and Gonarezouh in the very south. If you’re interested in history, visit Cecil Rhodes’ grave in Matopos or the Great Ruins. AMADI is happy to help you with combining your South Africa travel, Botswana travel or Namibia travel plans with this stunning destination. There is an increased number of flights (apart from infamous Air Zimbabwe) to Zimbabwe, making it more accessible.


Safari Paradise

Truly wild national game parks like Hwange, Matopos or Mana Pools

Rich History

Discover the Great Ruins and Cecil Rhode’s Grave

Natural World Wonder

Enjoy the mesmerising Victoria Falls and the mighty Zambezi River

Smile and Enjoy

Famous for its friendly and warm-hearted people



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