|Number of people||Rate per person|
|4 people||USD 2950|
Pick up from Robert Mugabe Int’ll airport and transfer to Monomutapa Hotel for overnight on bed and breakfast.
After an early breakfast and safari briefing by your tour manager, depart for Nyanga Nat. Park, Zimbabwe’s highest point at 2 593 metres offers a challenging climb and spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Overnight at Trotbeck Lodge, full board.
Nyanga National Park is situated in one of the most scenic areas of Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands. Rolling green hills and perennial rivers transverse the 47 000 hectare Park. Altitudes between 1 800 and 2 593 meters provide cool weather and fresh mountain air, perfect for rest and relaxation. With its stunning mountainous views, numerous waterfalls, varied activities and unique flora and fauna, Nyanga National Park can provide the visitor with an unforgettable holiday experience. The park is located about 268 km from Harare along a well tarred highway. he mountainous terrain is home to a variety of animals including the mysterious waterbuck, wildebeest, kudu, zebra, impala, sables, eland to mention but a few .The sparkling fresh water rivers are an envelope of fresh water fish such as the Nyanga trout which is a delicacy to many visitors.
Mutarazi Falls is the highest waterfall in Zimbabwe and the second highest on the Continent. Visitors may leave their vehicles at the carpark and take a short hike to the edge of the escarpment for spectacular views of the waterfalls and the Honde Valley, some 800 metres below.
The SkyLine is the most beautiful zip line in the world. Depending on the day and weather you may find yourself flying through clouds or crystal clear skies over the 2nd highest waterfall in Africa. At an estimated height of 500m and flying for 400m at 50-70km/h it is both uplifting and exhilarating. he SkyWalk is truly unique, a first for Zimbabwe and the world. The 2 suspension bridges are designed to look like vines above the falls allowing for the first time a full panoramic view of the Mutarazi Falls and its surroundings. The SkyWalk consists of two bridges – the one 30m that take you over the lip of the Falls and the other 90m that is above the entire Falls. If you ever dreamed of walking in midair then this is for you. Activity takes roughly 10 minutes. Overnight at Abefoyle Lodge on full board.
Depart for Mutare, the fourth largest city in Zimbabwe. You will visit an art gallery, local museum and return to the lodge for lunch and overnight at Musangano Lodge, full board.
Le Rochelle is well known for its e arboretum, gardens and Orchid nurseries.. Return after lunch and the rest of the day is at leisure and overnight at Musanango Lodge, full board.
After lunch at the hotel, you will visit Kyle’s Dam, St Andrews Church, the smallest church in Zimbabwe Chesvingo Karanga Village and Rock Paintings. Dinner and overnight at Great Zimbabwe Ruins Lodge, full board.
Masvingo" means "fort" in Shon, is a province in southeastern Zimbabwe is home to the Great Zimbabwe ruins, a World Heritage site and major tourist attraction. The province is largely populated by members of the Karanga tribe, who are the most populous tribe in Zimbabwe, and are a sub-group of the Shona speaking tribes that also include the Zezuru, Manyika and Ndau. The province is dominated by the Save, Runde, Mwenezi and Limpopo river systems which all either join or drain directly into the Indian Ocean. The only notable mountain range is the Chimanimani Mountain Range in the east. Kopjes, grey and bald in the hot sun, dot the countryside. Mopane trees, drought tolerant and sturdy, are found throughout the province.
With lunch boxes depart for a tour of Great Zimbabwe and after a picnic lunch you will go for a late afternoon game drive at Kyle Recreational Park
Great Zimbabwe from which present day Zimbabwe derives its names from, is a ruins city in the south-eastern hills of Zimbabwe near Lake Mutirikwe and the town of Masvingo. It was the capital of the Kingdom of Zimbabwe during the country's Late Iron Ag and home to a cattle-herding people who also became adept at metal-working. Construction on the monument began in the 11th century and continued until the 15th century. The ruins extends over almost 800 ha and is divided into three groups: the Hill Ruins, the Great Enclosure and the Valley Ruins. Kyle Recreational Park is 16 900 hectares in extent. Of the total Park area, 9 300 hectares is occupied by the Lake Mutirikwi, at full supply level. The dam was constructed in 1960 and that same year the Park was established. The Park area is bounded on the north by the Beza Range which rises to a height of 1485m. Between this range and Lake Mutirikwi, is an undulating plain averaging 1070m above sea level. The plain terminates in an area of broken hills dividing Lake Mutirikwi into to two main areas: east and west. Four main estuaries are a feature of the lakeshore in the central section of the area. The Park is home to more than 25 species of wild mammals. Some commonly sited animals include; buffalo, common duiker, eland, impala, kudu, reedbuck, warthog, waterbuck, white rhinoceros, wildebeest, zebra, giraffe, squirrel, black backed jackal, leopard, honey badger, rock hyrax , hippopotamus, ostrich, crocodile and porcupine. Some of the rarer species include; ant bear, bushbuck, bush pig, klipsringer, sable and steenbuck. The vegetation changes from predominance of miombo woodland with brachstegia spiciformis and jubernada globiflora to thickets dominated by peltophorum africanum, terminalia sericea, comberetum and acacia karoo.
Depart for Hwange N. Park, the largest park in Zimbabwe. Afternoon game drive and overnight at Lodge, full board.
walking safari in the morning and afternoon game drive. Overnight at Lodge full board.
Full day game drive and overnight at Lodge, full baord
Named after a local Nhanzwa chief, Hwange National Park is the largest Park in Zimbabwe occupying roughly 14 650 square kilometers. It is located in the northwest corner of the country about one hour south of the Mighty Victoria Falls. Hwange boasts of a tremendous selection of wildlife with over 100 species of mammals and nearly 400 bird species recorded. The elephants of Hwange are world famous and the Park’s elephant population is one of the largest in the world.
August, September, October and early November are by far the best months for game viewing in this park. Water becomes extremely scarce and the animals congregate around the few pumped waterholes. Sitting patiently and quietly at one of these water holes will reward you with very good game viewing. During the rainy season from late November through to April, a completely different park emerges to that of the dry season. Parched savannahs turn into lush fields with an abundance of grazing. The animals disperse and game viewing becomes limited. It's called the green season and has it's own magic as this is when the park and all the animals rejuvenate themselves, feeding like crazy on the abundance of food. Newly born animals can be seen everywhere and the birdlife is absolutely prolific.
After breakfast transfer to Victoria Falls , and day at leisure and overnight at, bed and breakfast.
Morning tour of Victoria Fall, helicopter ride and devil pool. Overnight at Lodge, bed and breakfast
Evening river cruise and Dinner The cruise is along the river boundary. A three course dinner will be served and will also include beverages and snacks.
Today you will visit Victoria Falls and Atoka Gorge& Dam.and overnight at Lodge, bed and breakfast
Victoria Falls is one of the greatest attractions in Africa and one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. It is llocated on the Zambezi River, the fourth largest river in Africa, which is also defining the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Victoria Falls is the only waterfall in the world with a length of more than a kilometer and a height of more than hundred meters. It is also considered to be the largest fall in the world. The noise of Victoria Falls can be heard from a distance of 40 kilometers, while the spray and mist from the falling water is rising to a height of over 400 meters and can be seen from a distance of 50 kilometers. No wonder that the local tribes used to call the waterfall Mosi-o-Tunya “The smoke that thunders”.
Transfer to the airport for your flight back home. Flight not included