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About Zimbabwe

Between the mighty Zambezi and Limpopo rivers lies the country of Zimbabwe, a land rich in heritage and filled with natural beauty, including a bona fide natural wonder in the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls, but a trip to Zimbabwe has a lot more to offer than just its most famous attraction.Thundering Victoria Falls is a mighty prelude to a country rich in natural wonders.

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Why Zimbabwe?

From the impressive engineering feat of the massive dam wall at the man-made Lake Kariba, to the unrivalled natural beauty of its Eastern Highlands, Zimbabwe is a land of contrasts and abundant and diverse wildlife. Whether you want to explore the mysteries of the Great Zimbabwe ruins, built centuries ago of giant granite blocks with no mortar or adhesive, or undertake an unforgettable African wildlife safari in the vast unspoiled Mana Pools National Park with its great elephant and buffalo herds, Zimbabwe has a wealth of tours and trips to suit you.

  • The world-famous Victoria Falls
  • Adventure capital of Africa
  • Sunset cruises on the Zambezi River
  • Big Five Safaris

Best time to go to Zimbabwe

  • Peak Season
  • Mid Season
  • Rainy Season

The peak period to visit Zimbabwe is during the dry, winter months of May to October when game viewing is at its best and the Victoria Falls are at their zenith. The rainy season occurs in summer, between November and March, although temperatures stay generally warm. Some safari lodges are seasonal and close over the rainy summer months.

Our insights on Zimbabwe

  • If you’re looking for a warm and welcoming stay in Africa, Zimbabwe is a wonderful option. Home to the friendliest people in Africa, lots of guests give excellent reviews of locals’ highly positive attitude toward tourists.

  • The Zimbabwe Ruins were once a great medieval African city, built centuries ago with giant granite blocks with no mortar or adhesive. Explore the country’s history more by visiting Khami Ruins, Danamombe Ruins, and The BaTonga Community Museum.

  • Victoria Falls is perhaps Zimbabwe’s most famous attraction. After the rainy season, Mosi-oa-Tunya is in full flood and provides a spectacle that can be seen for miles around. If you don’t like getting wet, make sure you rent or bring a raincoat when you visit the falls, as the spray can be intense!

  • The Hwange area is a must for elephant enthusiasts. Up to a thousand have been counted visiting a single waterhole. At night, enjoy a ‘sleep-out’ platform where you can drift off underneath the Milky Way and wake up at sunrise.

  • Matabo is treasure trove of rock art. Some 3 000 paintings are scattered among its massive boulders and rocky outcrops and are worth a visit.

  • One of the biggest reasons to visit Zimbabwe is its outstanding commitment to tailored, private and exclusive experiences.

Guest Feedback
“Amazing trip to Zimbabwe! So well organised by Kay. Beautiful lodges amazing game viewing absolutely every detail taken care of by Timeless Africa Safaris … Highly recommended!”

Donald, SA | Zimbabwe Trip

Guest Feedback
"Our experiences were overwhelmingly wonderful and we will treasure so many memories forever. We were extremely lucky to see so many animals that are not easy to see including, leopard, cheetah and the African painted dogs – what made it so authentic was watching the trackers and guides enjoy the surprise of many experiences with us."

Mike & Frances | Zimbabwe, Botswana & South Africa Trip

Guest Feedback
"Our experience with TAS was seamless from start to finish. Your commitment, patience and expertise made our trip one to remember. From the very early planning stages, to the execution, to your visit at our hotel; we would be sure to recommend TAS to all of our friends and family in the future."

Rebecca & Kevin | TAS Adventure