1. Travel to Zimbabwe quickly and easily
Zimbabwe is easy and uncomplicated to reach. Simply fly out of Germany in the evening and, after just one stopover, land in Victoria Falls, Bulawayo or the capital Harare by noon the next day. There you will be welcomed by your hosts and the journey can begin…
2. The Victoria Falls – UNESCO World Heritage Site
In the border area between Zimbabwe and Zambia you can experience the largest waterfalls in Africa. They can be admired all year round, with the highest water level being reached in April/May. Good rain gear and camera protection is essential when visiting as the spray can be very strong. An absolute “MUST SEE”
3. Victoria Falls – most visited city in the country
Many travelers have already visited the city of Victoria Falls directly at the falls as the start and end point of a round trip. But one thing is certain: Victoria Falls in no way reflects Zimbabwe. The country offers so much more that it is worth exploring in detail.
4. Concerns and fears due to lack of information
Again and again in discussions with our customers, we notice that they are unsure about Zimbabwe as a safe travel destination due to a lack of or even incorrect information. Then, once they’ve made a round trip, they wonder why they ever hesitated in the first place. Please don’t believe everything the media says. As so often in life, you should form your own opinion here. Especially when it’s such a fantastic one.
5. Hwange National Park
In close proximity to Victoria Falls you can experience one of the best national parks Zimbabwe has to offer. Extraordinarily beautiful landscapes, combined with really great animal sighting opportunities. wild dogs! Large herds of elephant and buffalo as well as countless other species of big game. The range of accommodation is also very good and Hwange is definitely always worth a visit.
6. Lake Kariba Safari Cruise
We have tested it ourselves and are still enthusiastic about the possibility of combining a trip on a small ship with wonderful cabins and delicious food on Lake Kariba with safaris. Are you looking for something really new that will make your trip a real highlight of life? Cast off!
7. Matobo National Park – a sensational and magical place
The park certainly owes its fame to Cecil John Rhodes. Colors that glitter in the sun… combined with bushland like in a picture book. Paradise must be here. Tip of the Africa scouts: Go Rhino Tracking on foot and be sure to have a look at the rock paintings of the San, which have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rhodes, who found his final resting place at what is probably one of the most beautiful vantage points in the park. Granite rocks of all shapes and colors glittering in the sun… combined with bushland like in a picture book.