About Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in southern Africa known for its dramatic landscape and diverse wildlife, much of it within parks, reserves, and safari areas. On the Zambezi River, Victoria Falls make a thundering 108m drop into narrow Batoka Gorge, where there are white-water rafting and bungee-jumping. Downstream are Matusadona and Mana Pools national parks, home to hippos, rhinos, and birdlife. Another prime game-viewing destination is the massive Hwange National Park, whose mopane woods and grasslands host species from lions and elephants to the African wild dog. The Chimanimani Mountains and other rugged Eastern Highlands terrain are popular for hiking, while unusual rock formations attract visitors to the granite domes of Matobo Hills and the Epworth Balancing Rocks, southeast of the capital, Harare. The country's many Bantu ruins include Great Zimbabwe, a sprawling walled city, once a royal capital, dating to 1100.
Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is located in the west, on the main road between Bulawayo and the Victoria Falls and near Dete. Its grasslands and mopane woods are home to large elephant herds, lions, and African wild dogs. In the northwest, animals gather at Mandavu and Masuma dams, where there are concealed lookouts. Bumbusi National Monument includes 18th-century ruins and pre-colonial rock carvings. In the southeast, waterholes include the Nyamandhlovu Pan, with its elevated viewing platform.
Lake Kariba

Lake Kariba is the world's largest man-made lake and reservoir by volume. It is situated along the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It has a vibrant ecology of fish such as the kapenta and tiger fish, crocodile, elephant, hippopotamus, and abundant birdlife such as the fish eagle and cormorant. Lake Kariba will no doubt enchant you with spectacular sunsets and dramatic vistas.
Matobo National Park

Matobo National Park is also known for the Matobo Hills, a range of balancing rock formations created by the erosion of the granite plateau. The walls of Nswatugi Cave feature Stone Age rock art. The park has significant populations of black eagles and both black and white rhinos. The grave of Cecil Rhodes, founder of the former British colony Rhodesia, is carved into the summit of Malindidzimu. Part of the national park is set aside as a game park, which has been stocked with games including the white rhinoceros.
Nyanga National Park

Nyanga National Park lies in the north of Zimbabwe's Eastern Highlands. Mount Nyangani, the highest point in Zimbabwe, lies in the center of the park and Mutarazi Falls, Zimbabwe's highest waterfall, is in the south of the park. The park is best known among wildlife conservationists for its populations of blue duiker and Samango monkeys.
Bulawayo Railway Museum

Bulawayo Railway Museum is a railway museum located at Bulawayo railway station in Zimbabwe that houses several exhibitions on the history of the railway system in Zimbabwe, formerly Rhodesia. Its oldest exhibits date back to 1897 and include Cecil Rhodes' personal railway coach. There are also a number of items and pieces of art related to the railway industry at the museum.

Zambezi River also known as Zambeze and Zambesi is the fourth-longest river in Africa, the longest east-flowing river in Africa, and the largest flowing into the Indian Ocean from Africa. The Zambezi's most noted feature is Victoria Falls. Other notable falls include the Chavuma Falls at the border between Zambia and Angola, and Ngonye Falls, near Sioma in Western Zambia.
Mana Pools National Park

Mana Pools National Park is in the far north of Zimbabwe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It includes the south bank and islands of the Zambezi River, which forms the border with Zambia. The park is known for wildlife visibility beside the river and in the flood plains. Large populations of elephants, hippos, and Nile crocodiles gather at sunrise in the Long Pool. In the park’s south, lions wait for prey around the waterhole at Chitake Spring.
Victoria Falls Bridge

Victoria Falls Bridge crosses the Zambezi River just below the Victoria Falls and is built over the Second Gorge of the falls. As the river forms the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, the bridge links the two countries and has border posts on the approaches to both ends. One of the Victoria Falls Bridge's main attraction is historical guided tours focusing on the construction of the bridge and include a walking tour under the main deck.
Great Zimbabwe

Great Zimbabwe is an ancient city in the south-eastern hills of Zimbabwe near Lake Mutirikwe and the town of Masvingo. It is thought to have been the capital of a great kingdom, although which kingdom is not certain, during the country's Late Iron Age. It is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Great Zimbabwe is believed to have served as a royal palace for the local monarch.
Chinhoyi Caves

Chinhoyi Caves are a group of limestone and dolomite caves in north-central Zimbabwe. The cave system is composed of limestone and dolomite. Divers have discovered a submarine passage leading from the Bat Cave, a subchamber of the Dark Cave to another room known as the Blind Cave. This site is often visited by diving expedition teams of technical divers that perform ultra-deep diving.
Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is a town in western Zimbabwe and a gateway to the massive waterfall of the same name. Here, the Zambezi River plummets over a cliff and into the Boiling Pot before flowing through a series of gorges. The Devil’s Pool, a natural infinity pool, is on the edge of a sheer drop. Spanning the river is 1905 Victoria Falls Bridge. The surrounding Zambezi National Park is home to white rhinos and elephants.

Harare is the capital of Zimbabwe. On the edge of landscaped Harare Gardens, the National Gallery of Zimbabwe has a large collection of African contemporary art and traditional pieces like baskets, textiles, jewelry, and musical instruments. The unusual granite formation Epworth Balancing Rocks is southeast of the city. Wildlife such as zebras and giraffes roam Mukuvisi Woodlands, which has bike paths and a bird park.

Bulawayo is a city in southwest Zimbabwe. It’s a gateway to Matobo National Park, home to the Matobo Hills rock formations and Stone Age cave art. Park wildlife includes rhinos and black eagles. Nearby, Tshabalala Game Sanctuary has zebra and impala. West of Bulawayo, the ruins of 15th-century Khami city comprise stone walls and terraces. Bulawayo’s Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe displays finds from the site.
Best Time To Visit Zimbabwe

The high season to visit Victoria Falls is from July to October. The dry season, when the weather is mild and dry, is from May to October, and it’s the best time for wildlife viewing. The best time for viewing Victoria Falls is from April to May, at the end of the wet rainy season. The Prime time for white-water rafting on the Zambezi River is from August to December.

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