Zimbabwe Tour Operators
Finding the best Zimbabwe Safari and Tour operator is not as easy as it seems.there are several Zimbabwe safari operator offering the best Zimbabwe safari packages with tours to Hwange National Park, Mutsadona Park, Victoria Falls, the Luangwa valley, River Zambezi and many other Zimbabwe attractions. All the best travel agents and tour operators will hlep you arrange the best walking safaris, game drives, hiking tours, water rafting trips and so much more. Remember that tour Packages for Zimbabwe holidays include Zimbabwe flights, Zimbabwe Hotels, Zimbabwe tours and transfers.
Premier Tours & Travel
Premier Travel & Tours and Premier Holidays is a group of independent travel agencies committed to offering world class travel and holiday solutions.
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Love Africa Safaris
Love Africa Safaris , 4 Lanark Rd , Belgravia, Harare , Zimbabwe Tel; 08644102489,0715642778,0773288629
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We do bookings for around Zimbabwe, Southern Africa and Around the World! We are the Central Booking Office for Tiger Safaris and Villa de Vumba.
Phone +263 77 782 2047
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Touring Zimbabwe alone gives a feeling of visiting the whole world in just a single country. Mother Nature has gifted Zimbabwe with so much from the majestic waterfalls, pristine national parks home to several species of wildlife, a wealth of culture, traditions and beautiful people are but part of what Zimbabwe tours give.
Towns and city tours in Zimbabwe are one of the first and easiest ways to discover the best out of Zimbabwe. Harare the capital is the gateway into the country and is mainly dotted with museums, Victorian buildings and showcases the best of an African city on the rise. Bulawayo is however one town you’ll enjoy when it comes to Zimbabwe safaris, ancient Zimbabwe as far as the times of the early missionaries and other small towns around the country. You’ll find ample accommodation and Zimbabwe hotels in each the cities an towns.
Victoria Falls marks the first part of your Zimbabwe tour. The water falls are measured to be twice the size of Niagara Falls and one and a half times as wide. Locally referred to as Mosi oa Tunya-“Smoke that thunders”, Victoria Falls is made up of five different falls-Devils Cataract, Main Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Rainbow Falls and Eastern Cataract which form a cloud flowing over 100m high gorge during the peak flood waters of April.
Part of your Victoria Falls Zimbabwe tours include the canoe rides over the Zambezi river that marks the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, helicopter ride over the falls, sundowner cruises, bungi jumping off the Victoria falls bridge and game safaris to the parks on the banks of Zambezi river. A day or two on your Zimbabwe safaris is good enough to explore Victoria Falls, enjoy the safari rides and so much more of adventures to enjoy.
Mana Pools National Park is one of the largest national parks in Zimbabwe covering several acres of plains and swamp stretching from Kariba Gorge to Kanyemba on the Mozambique border. Besides the vast wealth of animals and birds, Mana Pools provides endless opportunities for canoeing, fishing and boating.
Gonarezhou National Park is situated in the south-east lowveld, and bordering on Mozambique in the driest part of the country. Contrary to the harsh weather, this 5,053 square kilometers park is home to pangolin, wild dog, bat-eared fox, Lichtenstein’s hartebeest, roan antelope, nyala as well as the brown mouse lemur SUNI which is only found here. Going without say, Gonarezhou is a bird watchers paradise.
Lake Kariba on the Zambezi River is one of the oldest man made lakes in Africa after Aswan Dam in Egypt built for the purpose of making Hydro electricity available to the people of Zimbabwe in 1950. The 6,000 sq km lake is home to the famed tigerfish, a fighting game fish that offers an excellent challenge. Vundu, bottle nose and barbell are among the fish found in the lake.
Houseboating on Lake Kariba is famous way to relax on the lake. There are many of these floating houseboats available for charter on Lake Kariba specifically. You can catch the golden sunsets on the deck of any houseboat while other services offered by the Zimbabwe hotel on houseboats include swimming on the decks, fishing, game safaris and accommodation in a section of decks with comfortable bedding.
Hwange National Park was named after a Rozvi tribe that was slaughtered by the Matabele chief Mzilikazi. It is the oldest park and by far, the most visited national park in Zimbabwe. Most parts of the park are covered scattered woodland scrub and grassland creating a homely habitat for several species of wildlife, birds, insects and so much more. You can tour the park on safari game drives, guided safari walks and even get the chance to camp in the park for a night or two.
Matusadona National Park lies on the south-eastern shore, and is accessible by boat or aircraft. There is a rough, seasonally passable access road from the south. Sprawling across 1407 square kilometres between the Ume and the Sanyati rivers, the park is a tumble of wooded mountains spilling down from the uninhabited plateau to the creeks and bays of the lake. The Sanyati Gorge is particularly spectacular, and is navigable for 12 kilometres. Camping facilities are available at Tashinga on the Ume River and Elephant Point.
Eastern Highlands are a natural border along Zimbabwe-Mozambique border yet scenic as the Drankensburg in South Africa. The rolling hills cover a distance of 300 kilometres stretching from Nyanga in the north to include Bvumba Mountains near Mutare, Chimamimani Mountains and end south of the Chirinda Forest Botanical Reserve. This part of Zimbabwe has cool weather unlike most parts of the country. November to March is full bloom months with rains setting in.