Zimbabwe is a land full of legends and will charm the ones in love with nature: starting with the unavoidable Victoria Falls which will astonish even the most experienced travellers. The many national parks of the country including Hwange national park or the Mana Pools national park registered with the World heritage of UNESCO will give you the opportunity to admire more than 400 species of animal in breathtaking landscapes.


Zimbabwe abounds in cultural and historical treasures such as the archaeological site of Great Zimbabwe, legendary city with many unique vestiges radiating throughout Africa. The colonial time also left a big mark in the culture of the country which the travellers will be able to observe in the capital - Harare - or the city centre of Bulawayo.

The Zimbabwean culture is rich and old and expresses itslef in the cave paintings located in the mountain range of Matobo. Zimbabwean art is, apart from being exposed in the museums of the country, recognized internationally.

Culture & Traditions


Listed as world heritage of UNESCO, the Victoria Falls were named in honour to the Queen of England. More than 108 meters high, they extend on 1.7 km length.


Zimbabwe is famous for its many national parks where you will be able to admire many wild animals including the famous “Big Five”.  The various landscapes make it possible to the travellers to carry out safaris in various manners: by foot, by 4X4, by boat or by horse.


Zimbabwe offers a wide range of activities such as kayak on the river, helicopter ride, safaris, cultural visits, horse riding, cruise on boats and much more…


The country is mainly inhabited by two African ethnic groups which are the Shona and the Ndébélé. The Shona are the descendants of the colonists speaking the Bantu language, they live in traditional huts made of soil and thatch. As for the Ndébélé, they devote their life to farming and breeding. Moreover they believe in a supreme being called Unkulu ukulu as well as in life after death.


The altitude of Zimbabwe softens its climate and the rainy season, which is corresponds to the hot season going from November to April. The dry season goes from April to November. June is the ideal month to observe the local wildlife.


Form your trip

The stages

A travel to Zimbabwe will take you out of you comfort zone and you will discover an incredible and unimaginable fauna and a flora. Succumb to the temptations of a safari in Zimbabwe, come and meet the crocodiles and hippopotamuses, elephants and buffaloes and create some unbeatable memories. Listed as a world heritage by UNESCO, you will love the Mana Pool Park. Finally, go and see the Victoria Falls which will not leave you indifferent.