Discover some of Africa’s richest wildlife enclaves.
Great herds of enormous elephant trek the wilderness of Zambezi Valley.
Hwange National Park is home to rare white rhinoceros.
380 bird species can be found Mana Pools National Park.
On safari in Zimbabwe’s lightly visited national parks, we touch the African wilderness as it existed 150 years ago—a vast, raw landscape of powerful rivers, floodplains and rocky escarpments brimming with animals, including huge herds of elephant and Cape buffalo, great pods of hippo, rare wild dog and black rhinoceros. Zimbabwe offers some of Africa’s most prolific and diverse wildlife viewing, as animals congregate in great numbers in the Hwange region and along the Zambezi River in Mana Pools.
Hidden Jewels of Zimbabwe Experience some of Africa’s densest concentrations of wildlife, interpreted by Zimbabwe's most legendary guides. Itinerary highlights include Hwange National Park, Matusadona National Park and Mana Pools National Park. 9-day tours from $8,995
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