Famous worldwide for its outstanding game reserves, national parks and incredible varieties of wildlife, Zimbabwe highlights include the Great Zimbabwe ruins, Hwange National Park, Kariba Dam, and of course, Victoria Falls.

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Victoria Falls Town and Mosi oa Tunya (The Smoke that thunders)

Victoria Falls (Mosi oa Tunya) is Zimbabwe's main attraction. The falls measure a huge 1.7km wide and drop between 90m and 107m into the Zambezi Gorge , The magnificence of this spectacle has led to  these falls being classified as one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The best time to visit is during the rainy season, between September and February as this is when you will see the falls at their peak (remember your raincoats).  Not only will you catch the falls at their best but this time of year is fantastic in the town of Victoria Falls as you can enjoy all the adventure activities such as the famous grade 5 White Water Rafting, exciting helicopter flights over the falls and perhaps even canoe safaris on the mighty Zambezi (Weather permitting).

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Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is conveniently situated only 2 hours from Victoria Falls Town. Hwange is a truly unspoilt wilderness and houses the big 5 as well as numerous plains game and is the perfect place to distance yourself from crowds and enjoy fantastic game drives and unspoilt Africa.

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Masvingo Accommodation - The Great Zimbabwe Ruins

This amazing Sub -Saharan archaeological site is definitely a must see on your travels.  You will be amazed by this immense structure richly steeped in history and yet surprisingly quiet and peaceful.  The ruins of Great Zimbabwe are one of the most important archaeological sites in Africa, giving testimony to the lost civilisation of the Shona and it is said to have been the main regional trading centre where goods such as Gold, Chinese and Persian pottery were sold. The buildings were abandoned in the 15th century as food and firewood became scarce however these amazing structures still stand today as a testament to the Shona peoples exceptional constructive abilities.

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Matobo National Park

The Matobo National Park is situated 35 Km from Bulawayo in Southern Zimbabwe and consists of a series of granite hills that have eroded over hundreds of years to produce smooth Whaleback Dwalas, kopies, boulders and amazing vegetation.  The park covers some beautiful scenery including some spectacular balancing rocks and impressive views along the Thuli, Mtshelele, Maleme and Mpopoma river valleys as well as fantastic rock art. Part of the national park is set aside as a game park, which has been stocked with game including black and white rhinoceros. Viewing can be enjoyed by 4x4 or horse back.

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Mana Pools

The Mana Pools conservancy is a wildlife conservation area in Western Zimbabwe along the lower Zambezi River and is one of the only parks in Zimbabwe where visitors are able to venture out on foot. Flood plains turn into a broad expanse of lakes after each rainy season and as the lakes gradually dry up and recede, the region attracts many large animals in search of water, making it one of Africas most famous game viewing regions.
The best way to enjoy this National Park is by canoe safari where you can glide along the Zambezi River while enjoying fanatstic game viewing of crocodile, hippo, elephant and other species in the company of professional guides.

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Lake Kariba

Lake Kariba is a huge man-made lake located on the Zambezi river and is the third largest lake in Africa. The lake lies along the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.  Famous for its fanatstic Tiger Fishing, awesome game viewing and beautiful sunsets, Lake Kariba can be enjoyed by houseboat or one of the few remaining lodges situated at the waters edge.

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