Welcome to Zimbabwe, a nation whose natural beauty and incredible diversity of attractions is matched only by the warm hospitality and friendliness of its people.

The name “Zimbabwe” literally means “House of Stone”, symbolized by the Great Zimbabwe monuments found in Masvingo city. The monuments are one of five World Heritage sites in the country and bear testament to the country’s rich cultural heritage.


The capital city, Harare is a melting pot of different cultures, and as its name suggests (literally translated as “(one who) doesn’t sleep”).

Experience the local culture with a visit to several local villages, interacting with some of the residents and engaging with them as well as learning about their way of life, itself a great chance to feel the soul of the wonderful people with the rich long culture

Enjoy the unique flora and fauna as you meander through the rainforest, itself the only place on earth that enjoys 24 hours of continuous rain. Cruise along the Zambezi river, the fourth large river in Africa.

 “read the morning news”, that is, examine the fresh spoor (tracks) left by the animals as they wander through the bush in great Hwange national park, a large park with vast savannah combined with rich teak forest

famous World Heritage sites as well as one of the 7 Natural World Wonders, the mighty Victoria Falls. Reputed to be over 150 million years old, this incredible spectacle is nature’s masterpiece. 

Engage the senses too as the constant roar of the over 100 million liters of water cascading into the deep chasm below, throwing up a misty spray of water high into the air, only to fall gently back to earth into the rainforest below, a delightfully cool feeling in the warmth of the Zimbabwean sun.

The crowning moment will be the setting sun as you return to the jetty, and the riot of color splashed across the African sky.