Welcome to Zimbabwe, a land rich in diversity ranging from low-lying semi-desert to lush highlands strewn with forests and lakes. Situated on a high plateau in Southern Africa and covering 390 245 Km. Zimbabwe is a beautiful country boasting breath-taking beauty and lush landscapes. The Zambezi river forms the natural boundary with Zambia and leads to the magnificent Victoria Falls, which attracts thousands of people each year. Previously known as Rhodesia and attractive to explorers, it was David Livingstone who first heard the thunderous sound of the world’s largest natural waterfall and named it after Queen Victoria.Zimbabwe’s official languages are English, Shona and Sindebele.
Hwange National park is home to one of Africa’s largest elephant populations and numerous other species. The unique landscape, culture and community will allow you to indulge in this country’s magnificent attractions.