Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Safaris

Our safaris in Zimbabwe focus largely on the Victoria Falls and the wilderness areas immediately surrounding it.

12 Day Three Country Safari

Code: S10 Type: Fly-In Safari Package Level: Luxury Five Star Destinations Visited:

Sabi Sand | Pretoria | Victoria Falls | Chobe | Okavango Delta

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The Three Country Safari includes four striking wilderness areas scattered across Southern Africa, including Sabi Sand in South Africa, Matetsi in Zimbabwe and Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta in Botswana. The Zimbabwe leg also includes a visit to the Victoria Falls.

From USD 12,391 Per Person Sharing

10 Day Cape Town, Kruger Park and Falls

Code: T08 Type: Private Guided Tour & Safari Package Combo Level: Luxury Five Star Destinations Visited:

Cape Town | Sabi Sand | Pretoria | Victoria Falls

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A thrilling ten day tour of Southern Africa's most popular features. You'll explore the vibrant Mother City of Cape Town, relish awe-inspiring wildlife encounters in the Sabi Sand and finally gaze in awe upon the world of the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.

From ZAR 77,363 Per Person Sharing

Overview of Zimbabwe Safaris

The wild expanses of Zimbabwe have a rare quality to them – as if they are still (almost, but not quite) untouched. As the issues of men stagnate and regress, the country’s natural spoils beat forth against the current. The rivers continue to flow and nourish, the wilderness reclaims neglected pockets, and the wildlife resists all manner of civilized boundaries.

A safari in Zimbabwe is, therefore, very much a timeless experience. So much of this area is still truly wild – wild as it was before fences and borders. Esteemed conservation areas like Mana Pools and Hwange National Park offer remarkable game viewing opportunities and a variety of different lodging options to suit all budgets.

Beyond the traditional safari experience, few leisure travelers depart Zimbabwe without having laid eyes on the Victoria Falls. These greatest of falls occur in the mighty Zambezi River between Zimbabwe and Zambia. Visitors have long favored the Zimbabwean perspective, which is spectacular to gaze upon during all seasons. The immediate area is replete with adventure, cultural enrichment and wild encounters.