13 days from £3,275
Why we love this trip
Discover the beauty and allure of Zimbabwe on this 13 day tour from Victoria Falls to Harare. Explore some of the country's most famous national parks such as Hwange and Matobo, and visit the 900-year-old Great Zimbabwe Ruins.
Feel the power of the mighty Victoria Falls
Explore Lake Kariba on a sunset cruise and stay in a stunningly located riverside lodge
Discover Zimbabwe's largest reserve - Hwange with drives in the National Park and a private concession
Go rhino tracking in Matopos
Guided tour of the Great Zimbabwe Ruins
Enjoy wine tasting and a vineyard tour at Bushman Rock Estate
We start this tour in Zimbabwe where you can see, hear and feel the spray from the magnificent Victoria Falls! You'll have time to explore the town and enjoy one of the many optional activities on offer in this unique area - take to the skies in a helicopter over the falls for fabulous views or microlight if you dare...
Our journey brings us to the shores of Lake Kariba. It is one of the world’s largest man-made lakes and a place of outstanding beauty. The lake is nested in mountains, guarded by enormous reserves of game and made beautiful and savage by sun and storm, as well as by earth and water. Our lodge is in a spectacular location with magnificent views over the islands and waters of Lake Kariba’s western side, and we'll enjoy a great game viewing sunset cruise whilst we are here.
Hwange National Park & Private Concession
Over the next two days we will have plenty of time to explore this vast wilderness of the Hwange National Park on game drives, and discover why this is one of Africa's finest havens for wildlife and home to great herds of elephant, buffalo, zebra and in particular hoards of giraffe. From here we head to a private concession where we partake in an open vehicle afternoon game drive and visit the Painted Dog Conservation Centre.
For the final safari part of our trip we travel southwards to the majestic Matobo Hills, an area of exquisite beauty, steeped in tribal history, ancient mystery and dramatic rock landscapes, where we take part in some rhino tracking and game drives. The national park has been given UNESCO World Heritage status and is home to both white and black rhinoceros, sable antelope and the world’s densest population of leopard.
Great Zimbabwe Ruins & Bushman Rock
As our journey nears the end we travel to the Great Zimbabwe Ruins located close to Masvingo. According to an age-old legend the ruins were built to replicate the palace of the Queen of Sheba in Jerusalem, and we have the opportunity to explore these ancient ruins during our time here. We then head towards Harare to the Bushman Rock Estate, operational since the mid 1900’s it is one of
the few estate wineries in the country, where we partake in a walk to the Bushman Rock and explore the ancient art adorned caves and granite kopjies. With high tea, a sundowner cruise and a wine tasting with a 3 course dinner, this is the perfect place to reflect on the end of the tour before we transfer to Harare.
Tour Length: 13 Days
Starts/Ends: Victoria Falls to Harare
Operated by: Jenman Safaris
Dates: This tour operates once or twice a month from Apr to Nov on selected scheduled dates
Group size: Min 4, Max 12
Accommodation Type: mid-range lodges
Age restrictions: 12+
Price per person Sharing: £3275
Single Supplement: £850
International Return Flights: from London approx. £950
- 12 nights accommodation
- 12 Breakfasts, 11 Lunches, 10 Dinners
- All road transfers
- Various non-safari activities as stated
- All game drives as stated
- Services of a tour guide
- Take Me To Africa goody bag
- All flights
- Meals and activities not stated
- Travel insurance
- Pre or post tour accommodation
- Gratuities and spending money
- Items of a personal nature
Why book with us?
Our trips are handpicked to be the definition of group travel at its best.
• 100% recommended by our tour guests •
• Full financial protection incl. ATOL where flights are added/included •
• Mid-range to luxury style accommodation •
• Upgraded activities with superior local guides •
• Small groups of up to 12 people •
• Like-minded travellers that build lasting friendships •