If you are looking for an authentic, rugged destination with expert guiding, a huge range of wildlife and an abundance of land-and water-based activities, this is sure to be at the top of your list.
Home to five World Heritage Sites – namely, The Great Zimbabwe Ruins, Mana Pools, Matoba Hills and last but not least the mighty Victoria Falls – this landlocked country has plenty to offer.
Zimbabwe’s natural beauty is what makes the country so attractive. We have hand-selected a range of luxury hotels, riverside lodges and tented safari camps which showcase Zimbabwe’s best assets.
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Best Time to Visit: April to October
Time Difference: GMT +2 hours
Flight Duration: 12 hrs 30 minutes, one stop
Fly To: Victoria Falls via Johannesburg
Best Time to Visit
Bird-Watching: November to February
Game-Viewing: July to October
Game-viewing is at its best between July and October, considered the dry season, when water is scarce and the bush is at its thinnest. Large herds of animals flock to rivers, waterholes and lakes. September and October, however, are extremely hot.
The wet season, otherwise known as the green season, lasts between November to February. Summer rains bring the plains to life, with grazing animals and birds in abundance. Migratory birds flock to these plains and one can observe many new-born animals too. Worth noting, however, is that the bush is at its thickest, so although game is abundant, it is not always easy to see.
Some consider the best months to view Victoria Falls to be April to June, when the Zambezi is at its highest and the falls create a thundering cloud. Others feel that a better time is September, when the river is low, so that spray from the falls doesn’t block the spectacular views.
For current information, visa requirements and any travel related advice, please refer to the The Foreign and Commonwealth Office website.