Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe Side


Many claim the Zimbabwe side of Victoria Falls is superior with its wonderful full-frontage vistas. The Falls offer great views and plenty of opportunity for hiking, rafting, kayaking, bungee jumping, and much more.


Chikwenya, Zimbabwe Wilderness Safaris


On the banks of the Zambezi River, Chikwenya offers luxury safari accommodations and prime big game viewing. Try game drives, night drives, bird watching, fishing, and other exciting excursions into the wild!


Leopard at Ruckomechi


At Ruckomechi Camp, in the heart of Mana Pools National Park, you’ll have the chance to spot elephant, buffalo, lion, cheetah, and maybe the elusive leopard.


Lions in Hwange National Park


During the dry season, hungry predators haunt the watering hole, hoping for a good meal. Not to worry: these lionesses look fairly content!


Canoeing in Mana Pools National Park


In Mana Pools National Park, you don’t observe nature; you participate! A leisurely canoe ride turns into an unforgettable adventure with the help of a 14,000-pound African elephant.


On the Mana Walking Trail


You never know who you’ll encounter on your journey through Zimbabwe. In Mana National Park, this wild dog is alert, even at rest. Experienced guides will help keep you safe – but nothing can slow your beating heart!


White Water Rafting by Victoria Falls


What’s more incredible than viewing the “Smoke that Thunders”? How about tackling the rapids? Victoria Falls brings whitewater rafting to new levels. Don’t just watch: get wet!


Black Rinos in Matusadona National Park


The endangered black rhino finds refuge at Matusadona National Park. Conservation efforts, ecofriendly accommodations, breeding programs, and a stable water supply help support a healthy population.




Loosely translated, Matusadona means “falling dung” – a testament to the large wildlife population of this park! Drawn by abundant water, big game like the rhinoceros are frequent sights, so always have your camera close by.


Makalolo Herd


Exclusive game-viewing and luxurious camp-style chalets. What could be better? Makalolo is located in Hwange National Park, near a favorite watering hole for big game.


Elephants Taking a Quick Break


Swimming pool or watering hole? These playful elephants don’t care for such distinctions. Makalolo is teeming with elephants, who are not afraid to come up and say, “Hello.”


Matusadona Lodge


There are no boundaries between nature and luxury in Matusadona’s best lodges. Stunning scenery and magnificent wildlife are interwoven into every experience, whether you are on a safari adventure or simply gazing outside your window.


Want to experience this journey first hand? View our Luxury Safari Tours to Zimbabwe!


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