Zimbabwe boasts some of the most glorious sights that photographs simply can’t do justice. From its mountainous peaks to majestic plains, this country is full of natural beauty that puts man-made structures to shame. You’ll also have a chance to see some of the world’s most exotic wildlife in a once-in-a-lifetime getaway. Check this unforgettable vacation off your bucket list by carving out at least a week’s vacation time to get the full experience. The safari tours vetted through African Safari Booking are experienced in tailoring a breathtaking trip just for you-- so if you’re ready for a new adventure, you can easily request more information here.
You can reach this beautiful country the quickest by plane. Expect travel time to take at least 24 hours because there is usually are a series connecting flights in London, South Africa or Qatar, some of which have long layovers. For the most comfortable travel experience, you should consider joining a travel club for your airline where you can lounge comfortably at the terminal between flights.
Zimbabwe contains some incredible landmarks that are best enjoyed safely while on a guided safari. Your tour guides will know the language and culture of the area and can guide you to the most tourist-friendly accommodations and give you the best experience possible.
Victoria Falls- The world’s largest sheet of falling water is named after Great Britain's famous Queen Victoria. However, it also goes by its older name in the Tonga language, “Mosi-oa-Tunya”, which means “the smoke that thunders”. When you visit it, you’ll understand why the native people gave it such a powerful name. Victoria Falls measures a healthy 5,604 feet wide and 354 feet tall, nearly double the height of Niagara Falls-- so you can only imagine how thunderous the water sounds as it falls from up high. The “smoke” refers to its spray that rises up to 1,300 feet, creating a spectacular moonbow that is well worth seeing in person. If you thought that the sprays at Niagara falls were epic, you haven’t seen anything yet!
Hwange National Park- If you’re craving the adventure of a safari where you can get up close and personal with some of the world’s rarest and most beautiful wildlife, then Hwange National Park will meet your imagination and more. Explore Mana pools where you can go on a soothing canoe safari. You can also go by foot to have your best chance at seeing the 100 mammals and 400 avian species that call Hwange National Park home. The scenery changes as you make your rounds, transforming into wetlands, plains, and woodlands that all serve as important habitats for Zimbabwe’s precious flora and fauna.
Resort Accommodations- Foreign guests are encouraged to stay in vetted resorts where all their needs can be comfortably attended to. Your safari tour company will know the best places for you to rest between excursions to enhance your vacation’s value.
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