Stretching over a width of 1700m and standing 108m tall, Victoria Falls is the world’s largest waterfall. It must be said that this UNESCO world Heritage site is as powerful as it is beautiful. The numerous exciting activities on offer around the falls have made it Africa’s adrenaline capital. There is also plenty of rewarding wildlife experiences nearby.
Lake Kariba Came into existence 50 years ago by the construction of the Kariba Dam, thi slakes is now northern Zimbabwe’s ultimate site for leisure activities. Local and tourist alike take to its waters on houseboats to explore its wildlife-laden shores or to angle for bream or tiger fish. Lake Kariba is the world’s third largest man-made lake and offers stunning elephant and buffalo sightseeing on its coast.
Known for its thriving population of elephant, hwange is zimbabwe’s largest protected area, conservation work has also ensured it has one of the largest groups of African wild dogs on the continent. New horseback safaris have just been introduced, adding another rewarding way to enjoy the park’s compelling wildlife.
Composing the mountain ranges of vumba, chairmanimani and nyanga, the eastern highlands is a trekker’s dream. The lush vegetation and botanical gardens dotted along its length also make it a haven for the botanist in you. A web of ruined settlements is easily accessed by car. The mountainous region of eastern Zimbabwe is like a delighted secret garden. But stretching for 300km north to south it's quite difficult to keep the Eastern Highlands a secret. You would find Mountains, rivers, waterfalls, lakes and the stimulating fresh air in Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe.