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Key Destinations


Harare, which is the Capital City of Zimbabwe is home to many tourist activities with the leading places of interest being Wild Is Life Trust, Kuimba Shiri Bird Sanctuary, Mukuvisi Woodlands, Thetford Game Reserve, Lion and Cheetah Park, The Shona Sculpture Gallery, Raintree Venue, Lake Chivero Recreational Park, National Botanical Gardens, National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Haka Game Park, Cleveland Dam Recreational Park among a host of activities.

Wild Is Life Trust

Wildlife sanctuary is home to cheetahs, lions, pangolins and other wild animal. 

Thetford Game Reserve

A beautiful game park, situated in the Mazowe Valley, only 40 minutes from Harare

Kuimba Shiri Bird Sanctuary

The park boasts of over 460 species of indigenous birds in the wild. 

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is home to the infamous falls that presents a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River. There are plenty of activities that can be experienced in Victoria Falls, among which include visiting the Victoria Falls, Victoria Falls Bridge, Victoria Falls National Park, White Water Rafting, as well as, Cruises and Sailing.

Victoria Falls

One of the “Seven Wonders of the World” and one of the largest waterfalls on earth.

The Victoria Falls Hotel

One of the world's classic five-star hotels and overlooks the Victoria Falls

Zambezi National Parks

Together with Victoria Falls National Park they are home to a large variety of game.


Hwange is home to safaris, thanks to the Hwange National Park, which is the largest Park in Zimbabwe occupying roughly 14 650 square kilometers. Hwange has the world's largest population of the African elephant, and boasts an abundance of other wildlife including buffalo, lion, leopard and a host of other species.

Hwange National Park

Zimbabwe's largest reserve with the best game viewing opportunities in the country.

The Hide Safari Camp

Offers an incredible opportunity to explore one of Zimbabwe's most prized safari destinations.

Painted Dog Conservation 

Unique African Wild Dogs that are among this continent's most endangered species.


Bulawayo is the second-largest city in Zimbabwe, and is a gateway to Matobo National Park, home to the Matobo Hills rock formations and Stone Age cave art. The Park wildlife includes rhinos and black eagles. Nearby, Tshabalala Game Sanctuary has zebra and impala. West of Bulawayo, are the ruins of 15th-century Khami city and comprise stone walls and terraces. Bulawayo also houses the Natural History Museum the Bulawayo Railway Museum, the Nesbitt Castle, Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage and Research Centre, the Bulawayo National Gallery of Zimbabwe, ThisAndThat Safaris, the The Hillside Dams Conservancy, Dananombe Ruins, along with other recreational sites.

Matobo National Park

It’s known for the Matobo Hills, a range of balancing rock formations, as well as safari.

Khami Ruins

A national monument, a medieval city famous for its an impressive archaeological construction.

Natural History Museum

Houses over 75,000 specimens and is the largest Museum in the southern hemisphere.

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