Canoe the mighty Zambezi
Renowned leopard sightings
Victoria Falls
Carmine bee-eaters nesting in the river banks
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Zimbabwe, located in the southern part of Africa, holds an abundance of natural wonders that will leave you breathless. Home to some of the most diverse ecosystems on the continent, this extraordinary country provides safari enthusiasts with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness the Big Five – lions, elephants, leopards, rhinos and buffalo – in their natural habitat.

Sean was born in Zimbabwe and was a safari guide here for many years. His knowledge and passion for the country and having maintained strong links with expert guides and wildlife enthusiasts still in the country, ensures that your Zimbabwe safari experience is nothing short of remarkable.

Whether you dream of traversing the vast Hwange National Park, renowned for its incredible concentration of elephants, or explore the mystical Matobo Hills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its ancient rock formations, strong cultural history and unique wildlife, listen in awe to the thunder of Victoria Falls, fish the waters of Lake Kariba for its famous Tigerfish, or tick a large amount of ‘lifers’ off your bird list, we will be able to create amazing itineraries for you!

Beyond the captivating wildlife, Zimbabwe offers a unique cultural experience that connects visitors with the country’s fascinating heritage. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of the local tribes, such as the Shona and Ndebele, as you witness traditional rituals, vibrant artwork and warm hospitality. Experience the awe-inspiring grandeur of ancient Africa by visiting the Great Zimbabwe Ruins, where towering stone structures and intricate architecture transport you back in time.

Discover Zimbabwe with us, and let the magic of Africa unfold before your eyes.

The lower Zambezi – a very special place for Sean, who spent many years guiding and managing camps here.

This live webcam is from the Great Plains’ Tembo Plains Camp, which is tucked away into a thick riverine forest on the edge of the Zambezi River, in the private 128,000-hectare Sapi Private Reserve, East of Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park.

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We believe in sustainable tourism and responsible travel. By choosing Zimbabwe as your safari destination, you contribute to the conservation efforts in protecting the country’s diverse flora and fauna. As an eco-conscious travel agency, we are committed to ethical practices that prioritize the well-being of both wildlife and local communities.

Join us as we embark on an extraordinary adventure through the unparalleled beauty of Zimbabwe and create memories that will last a lifetime. Let our experienced team take care of every detail and exceed your wildest safari expectations.