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&Beyond is the world's leader in luxury experiential travel and safaris. Our roots are in Africa and South Asia, where we run 33 magical safari lodges and camps in the most breathtaking parts of the continent and, through this, sustain hundreds of rural communities and millions of acres of precious, sometimes endangered wildlife land.
Tucked between the mighty Zambezi and the rolling Limpopo River, Zimbabwe is best known for the magnificent spectacle of the Victoria Falls. Known as 'Mosi-oa-Tunya' or 'The Smoke That Thunders', this scenic natural spectacle has become known as the site of Africa's “Adrenalin Capital”. Thrilling white water rafting, bungee jumping, helicopter excursions and more are all available on the banks of the Zambezi.
Zimbabwe derives its name from the spectacular stone structures of the Great Zimbabwe ruins, a World Heritage Site with a mysterious origin. The country is home to another four World Heritage sites, including the rugged granite outcrops of the Matobo Hills, the spectacular conservation area of Mana Pools and the magnificent Victoria Falls.The world's largest man-made reservoir, the vast waters of Lake Kariba are home to the fierce tiger fish, renowned among avid anglers, while herds of wildlife wander its shores.
Perched high on a hilltop, overlooking the enchanting Lake Kariba, lies the exceptional Bumi Hills Safari Lodge.
Situated on a private concession on the shores of Lake Kariba, Changa Safari Camp boasts tastefully furnished, spacious tented suites.
One of the few camps in the breathtaking Hwange National Park.
Somalisa Camp boasts elegantly furnished canvas tents with ensuite bathrooms, flush toilets and romantic al fresco bush showers.
Camp Amalinda is set amongst the spectacular Matobo Hills within the wildlife-rich Matobo National Park.
The magnificent Victoria Falls Safari Club perches high on a sprawling plateau, with views of unspoilt bushveld and spectacular African sunsets.
Zambezi Crescent Victoria Fall River Lodge is close enough to the magnificent Victoria Falls to see the spray in the distance.
From Granite Domes to Thundering Waters
Enjoy local hospitality in remote wilderness, explore Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe's largest wildlife haven. Stand in awe of Africa's largest waterfall- the majestic Victoria Falls.
Explore Lake Kariba before visiting the adrenaline capital of Africa at the mighty Mosi-oa-Tunya.
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Summer (October-April)30˚C/86˚F 14˚C/58˚F
Winter (May-September)20˚C/68˚F 5˚C/41˚F
Rainfall November - March
A World Heritage Site, Victoria Falls is one of the world’s greatest natural spectacles and the stuff of legends, romance and myth.
The elephant stronghold of Hwange National Park is a game-rich area that was once the royal hunting grounds of the Ndebele warrior
Matusadona National Park is a place of remarkable beauty, where scenic landscapes range from flat plains to rugged mountains.
Covering an area of 5 000 square kilometres, the man-made Lake Kariba is a veritable inland sea located on the mighty Zambezi River.
The granite domes and castle kopjes of the Matobo Hills echo the essence of tranquillity and the majesty of untamed Africa.
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Daily scheduled flights link neighbouring countries with Zimbabwe. Domestic flights link Harare, Bulawayo and Victoria Falls.
Zimbabwe is the ideal destination for travellers who want to do more than simply view wildlife from a safari vehicle.
The country’s top attraction is, without a doubt, the Victoria Falls, the largest curtain of water in the world.