Thanks to the dedication and hard work of conservationists in Zimbabwe's national parks, the country's wildlife thrives in huge numbers despite natural droughts. Hwange National Park is home to over 100 mammal species, and is particularly known for its giant elephant population. The lack of water ensures that animals can be viewed congregating in impressive numbers around watering holes and small rivers, ensuring exciting wildlife encounters.Browse Sample Trips
The diversity of Zimbabwe's landscapes encourages a diversity of activities. Known for its excellent, experienced guides, walking safaris are quite common here, as well as biking, kayaking and even the Elephant Express Train. While 4x4 vehicle adventures are still the safari norm, your guide will want to get on foot as quickly as possible, creating face to face moments between you and Africa's wildlife.Browse Sample Trips
Zimbabwe is, of course, known for being home to one of Africa's natural wonders. Victoria Falls thunders water all year, and is a spectacle for travelers from all over the world. Walk up to, fly over, and paddle around the Falls either before or after your wildlife safari.Browse Sample Trips
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