A journey here will take you through an attractive patchwork of landscapes. Along the way you’ll receive a friendly welcome from locals, famous for their politeness and resilience in the face of hardship.
After a decade of political ruin, violence and economic disaster, finally some good news is coming out of Zimbabwe – tourism is back. Visitors are returning in numbers not seen since the turmoil began, to spot the Big Five strut around spectacular parks, discover World Heritage–listed archaeological sites as “The Great Zimbabwe.” Last but not least, and stand in awe of the natural wonder of the world, Victoria Falls, “Mosi-oa-Tunya,” The Smoke that Thunders.
While there may be a long way to go, sure signs of recovery continue in Zimbabwe, giving hope to this embattled nation that a new dawn will come.
Between Zambezi and Limpopo, bordering South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia and Mozambique.
Purchased as you enter Zimbabwe; 30 – 50 USD
Hot and dry August – October. The best periods: April – May and August-September.
English, Shona and Ndebele