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

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Zimbabwe Safaris

With world renowned national parks such as Hwange, where you will find the big 5 amid stunning landscapes, as well as a reputation for producing some of the best wildlife guides in Africa, fabulous game-viewing is all-but-guaranteed when you visit Zimbabwe.

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We had a wonderful honeymoon. One of the best holidays we've done.


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 recently-restored Victoria Falls Hotel, before venturing to Hwange, where you stay in the newly-opened Linkwasha Camp, a luxury camp situated in the park's remote eastern region.


  • Zimbabwe


  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays

Prices from£3495 pp

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Additional Information

Visa Requirements

You will need a visa to enter Zimbabwe. Visas can be obtained from the Zimbabwean Embassy in London - Zimbabwe House, 429 Strand, London WC2R 0JR; tel: 020 7836 7755 - 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. You can also apply for a visa online before travel. Cost is currently US$30pp for a single entry visa.

On 1 December 2014, a new UNIVISA system was implemented at Zambian/Zimbabwean borders. This means that visitors can visit both countries while holding only one valid visa. This applies to all nationalities that currently require visas for both countries (including the UK). The new visa, which is to be called the ‘Kaza’ visa, is available at Livingstone and Lusaka airports and the border posts at Victoria Falls and Kazungula. It costs $50 and is valid for 30 days.

Passport validity
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.

Private Eight Days Lemosho Climb Success

Summit night was the toughest thing we have ever done and we still can’t quite believe we made it.

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