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Extraordinary times for
an extraordinary country!

We write from our beloved Zimbabwe, still feeling the joy that developments over recent days have brought and reeling from the many new possibilities we believe are now within reach for our renewed and people-powered nation! Anything is possible, but one thing is certain – Zimbabwe is definitely on the rise and we’re inviting you to join in!

San art

Zimbabwe, as a safari destination, has enjoyed relatively good times recently. A new international airport at the tourism hub of Victoria Falls has ensured that Zimbabwe and the surrounding region can welcome guests from all over the world with our famous warmth and hospitality. We continue to infect everyone we meet with our friendly smiles and optimism; passing on a genuine desire to share what we know and believe to be a truly special safari destination. With fascinating places to visit, first-class accommodation, the best-trained safari guides on the continent and wonderful wildlife and landscapes, who wouldn’t want to lap it all up?



With this in mind, and with numbers of visitors already on the increase, we suggest that you think about your incredible Zimbabwe safari well ahead of time. Now is a good time! The most popular properties in thriving safari destinations get snatched up quickly and we anticipate a real surge in bookings now that these remarkable, positive changes are taking place.



We remain confident that this will be an ongoing phenomenon, building on its own momentum – and so invite you to put Amazing Zimbabwe on your must-visit list for 2018 and 2019. Our country has spectacular natural attractions, from the awesome beauty of the Zambezi River to the stunning magnificence of Victoria Falls and the many adventurous activities on offer there… from the park-like plains of Mana Pools, where you can walk amongst the animals and birds… to Kariba - a lake half the size of Belgium, famous for houseboat holidays, tiger fishing and gobsmackingly good sunsets. Then there’s Hwange, our largest national park, as big as Wales and with an astonishing diversity in wildlife and landscapes… and, for unbeatable cultural and historical interest, the ancient San art hidden in the granite hills of Matobo.



Get in touch today:

Contact Details
Phone: 263 4 490612 (Office hours 9am - 5pm
Zimbabwe UTC/GMT +2 hours)
PO Box CH 84, Chisipite, Harare, Zimbabwe

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