Uncover mystical lands, unique tribal customs, pristine national parks, ancient ruins and emerging cities on an enlightening journey through irrepressible Zimbabwe. Explore a region off the typical tourist path and be amazed by the stunning beauty of the natural world, the abundance of wildlife and the sincerity of the people that belong to this land. Experience the thunderous roar of Victoria Falls, witness the stealthy moves of cunning predators and keep up with the fast pace of modern Africa in bustling cities. Be introduced to the hidden gems of Zimbabwe and be changed forever.
Day 1 Johannesburg
This thriving city is a great place to learn about the history of this nation.
Day 2 Tzaneen
Explore this mystical area and learn about the unique culture and traditions of the Venda people.
Days 3-4 Bulawayo
Enjoy a game drive and walk around the Matobo National Park in search of endangered black and white rhinos.
Day 5 Hwange National Park
Learn about efforts to save the endangered African wild dog from extinction before journeying to the Hwange National Park to spot game.
Days 6-7 Victoria Falls
Explore the Victoria Falls area - white-water rafting, gorge swinging and abseiling are all thrilling options on offer here.
Days 8-9 Lake Kariba
Take to the waters of Lake Kariba on a houseboat. Cruise past hippos, crocodiles and elephants before making a stop at Matusadona National Park where its possible to spot lions, kudu and rhinos.
Day 10 Harare
Use free time in Zimbabwe's capital to wander the city centre, shop at markets, relax in cafes or visit museums.
Days 11-12 Chimanimani
Explore the mountain ranges and tiny villages of Chimanimani.
Day 13 Masvingo
Travel to the oldest colonial settlement in Zimbabwe. Explore ancient ruins and set up camp on the outskirts of town.
Days 14-15 Kruger National Park
Behold the untamed beauty of Kruger National Park. Enjoy a game drive on the way to the campsite - stay alert to catch glimpses of lions, elephants and cheetahs.
Day 16 Johannesburg
Enjoy a final morning game drive before returning to Johannesburg via the spectacular Blyde River Canyon.