Information about Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe, formerly Rhodesia, is a landlocked country in southern Africa. It borders South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, and Mozambique. English, Shona, and Ndebele are among the country’s most spoken national languages. The 2019 population is estimated at 17.30 million, an increase from the 2013 estimate of 14.09 million, and the country ranks 68th in the world. Read More...

​Game and Nature

Antelope Park offers more than the ordinary Game Park though. It is also home to the most iconic animal in the world, a symbol of Africa, the King of Beasts, the Lion.

Wild is Life is a genuine wildlife orphanage and rehabilitation rescue centre.Guests are invited to visit the Sanctuary for trully memorable personal encounters with wildlife orphans.

Thetford Game Reserve– Experience our beautiful game park, situated in the Mazowe Valley, only 40 minutes from Harare.

Kuimba Shiri Bird Park is situated on the shores of Lake Chivero, in a National Park boasting over 460 species of indigenous birds in the wild…

The Bvumba Mountains or Vumba Mountains, lie on the Zimbabwe-Mozambique border, approximately 25 km south east of Mutare.

The Vumba Botanical Gardens and Reserve, located 32 kilometres from Mutare, are established on a portion of the farm formerly known as Manchester.

Chimanimani National Park, is a place of unrivalled rugged mountain grandeur. 148 km south of Mutare is the spectacular Chimanimani range of mountains that form the Chimanimani National Park.

The Mutarazi Falls, located in Mutasa district, Zimbabwe Mutarazi Falls, at 762 meters, is the highest in Zimbabwe, second highest in Africa and 17th highest in the World.

Victoria Falls National Park– Open to visitors throughout the year, the Victoria Falls National Park in north-western Zimbabwe protects the south and east bank of the Zambezi River…

The Zambezi National Park Zimbabwe together with Victoria Falls National Park cover an area of 56000 hectares and is home to a large variety of game.



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