Combine the best of culture, history and wildlife encounter with a safari in Southern Zimbabwe. Traverse this enchanting region and discover some of the country’s hidden gems.
The Lost Kingdom
Discover the ruins of a kingdom built about seven centuries ago – The Great Zimbabwe Ruins. These remnants are a UNESCO World Heritage Site are believed to be the oldest artificial stone structure south of the Sahara. They span across 7,000 hectares of land and is one of the most astounding sights of the southern continent, for they hold the key to the ethnic and social history of the area Big 5 safaris Spend a few days in the Gonarezhou National Park which forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park (GLTP), a massive Pan-African Park that includes South Africa’s famed Kruger National Park and Mozambique’s Gaza. Look forward to sensational wildlife viewing and productive bird watching. Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve focuses is in fostering the sustainability of wildlife and the broader ecology, providing a refuge to rare and endangered wildlife species. Matobo Hills National Park offers some amazing game viewing opportunities, including white rhino sightings. This park takes your experience to a whole new level, affording you access to Bushman rock art in the hundreds of caves scattered around the park.