Zimbabwe

Tailor-made safaris to Zimbabwe including Hwange, Mana Pools, Matobo and the Eastern Highlands.

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Zimbabwe Safaris

With world renowned national parks such as Hwange and Mana Pools, as well as a reputation for producing some of the best wildlife guides in Africa, fabulous game-viewing is assured when you visit Zimbabwe.

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Zimbabwe By Region

Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is located in the west of Zimbabwe, bordering Botswana. The park is 14,651sq km in size and incorporates a mix of terrain including acacia woodland, mopane and teak forests, savan....

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Lake Kariba and Matusadona

Zimbabwe’s Lake Kariba is one of the world’s largest man-made lakes; over 220km in length and with almost 2,000km of shoreline, it is vast and beautiful.....

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Mana Pools National Park

Discover remote, wild and rugged Mana Pools National Park on foot, by four-wheel drive, or in a canoe.....

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Matobo National Park

Founded in 1926 and declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003, Matobo is Zimbabwe’s oldest national park, noted for its dramatic topography and rare game attractions.....

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Our Zimbabwe Itineraries

Hwange National Park and Victoria Falls

This one week safari focuses on Zimbabwe's premier game park, Hwange National Park. You will spend two nights in the famous Edwardian Victoria Falls Hotel, before venturing to Hwange, where you stay in the elegant Linkwasha Camp, a luxury camp situated in the park's remote eastern region.

Destination

  • Zimbabwe

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from £3495 pp

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Stimela Star Overnight Rail Journey

This private overnight sleeper train service was launched in February 2018. On designated dates, the sleeper carriages are connected to the regular Victoria Falls to Bulawayo passenger train, offering a unique way to travel from Victoria Falls to Hwange in luxurious comfort!

Destination

  • Zimbabwe

Experience

  • Train Journeys

Prices from £375 pp

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Zimbabwe Highlights

Your itinerary starts in Victoria Falls, where you will have a few days to visit the amazing natural wonder that is this town’s namesake, before journeying south to Hwange National Park for several days of big game viewing in one Africa’s oldest safari parks. Your tour culminates in the wonderful Mana Pools National Park, with a three-night stay in the intimate Kanga Camp.

Destination

  • Zimbabwe

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from £3995 pp

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Wild Zimbabwe

This 12-night/13-day private tour offers a comprehensive overview of Zimbabwe. Beginning in Harare and ending at Victoria Falls, highlights include the Eastern Highlands, the Great Zimbabwe Ruins, Matobo and Hwange National Parks.

Destination

  • Zimbabwe

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from £3345 pp

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Botswana and Zimbabwe Circuit Safari

2020 DEPARTURES AVAILABLE | Accommodating up to 11 passengers, this excellent value small group safari offers you the opportunity to discover Botswana and Zimbabwe in the company of others. Starting and ending in Victoria Falls, the 13-day circuit will see you explore Hwange, Chobe, the Okavango Delta and the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans.

Destination

  • Botswana
  • Zimbabwe

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from £3075 pp

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Liuwa Plains, Chobe and Victoria Falls

This affordable camping safari offers you the opportunity to explore one of central Africa’s most remote national parks, Zambia’s Liuwa Plains. In November, Liuwa hosts the continent’s second largest wildebeest migration, and is also renowned for its hyena and wild dog hunting packs, famously captured in David Attenborough’s ‘The Hunt’. While the five days spent in Liuwa form the focus of this unique safari, the programme also includes time in Chobe National Park and visiting the Victoria Falls.

Destination

  • Zambia
  • Botswana
  • Zimbabwe

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from £2360 pp

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Zimbabwe By Activity

Additional Information

Visa Requirements

You will need a visa to enter Zimbabwe. Visas can be obtained from the Zimbabwean Embassy in London or on arrival in Zimbabwe. If you have not obtained a visa before travelling, bring enough cash with you in small notes to pay for your visa on arrival. The vis cost is currently US$55pp for a single-entry visa. Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months and have 3 blank pages left in it to enable you to enter Zimbabwe and exit via one of the neighbouring countries.

Zimbabwe now also issues eVisas, allowing you to apply for and pay for your visa in advance of arrival. The eVisa is not mandatory, and visas are still available on arrival for UK, US and most European passport holders. Please note that if purchasing an eVisa you must do so within a month of travel, and not earlier, as the visas typically have a short validity.

A Kaza visa is available at Livingstone and Lusaka airports, and Zambian land borders. This means that tourists can visit both countries, plus day trips to Botswana, while holding only one valid visa. The visa applies to all countries that currently require visas for both countries (including the UK). It costs $50 and is valid for 30 days.

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