Zimbabwe Safari Parks
Regions to visit in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is home to many unique attractions including the magnificent Victoria Falls, enormous nature reserves, and some of the best local guided tours in Africa. Tailor your safari to raft the Zambezi River, take a walking safari in Matobo National Park, or watch hundreds of elephants come down to drink at Hwange. With a range of eco-friendly accommodation as well as great deals, you can see Zimbabwe’s wildlife and scenery on a personalised trip with Jumbari.
Hwange National Parks
Located in the northwest region of Zimbabwe lies the country’s largest game park, Hwange National Park. The park is known for its large population of elephant, as well as the rare African wild dog. Safari-goers can explore a variety of landscapes, from savanna grasslands and rocky outcrops to woodlands and sparse deserts. The park is easily accessible from Victoria Falls and prides itself on its lack of crowds.
Victoria Falls National Park
Located on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia, Victoria Falls National Park draws large crowds who travel to see one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls. Surrounded by lush rain forests, Victoria Falls is the third most visited waterfall in the world and stretches over 1700 meters wide. Known as the ‘Smoke that Thunders’, the area surrounding the Falls is home to a wide variety of birds and small wildlife.
Matobo National Park
A Unesco World Heritage Site, Matobo National Park boasts some of the most incredible granite scenery in the world. Known for its massive granite outcrops and boulders, otherwise known as Kopje, Matobo is considered the spiritual home of Zimbabwe. The park is steeped in human history and boasts brilliantly-preserved rock paintings dating back 2000 years and remains one of the best places to see both black and white rhino.