Vilanculos, Mozambique


One of Mozambique’s main holiday destinations, the coastal city of Vilankulo – inside the region of Vilanculos – is a … weiterlesenVilanculos

Attractions 1

Pilgrim’s Rest

An enriching experience for any traveller embarking on a South African safari, Pilgrim’s Rest boasts fascinating historical buildings such as … weiterlesenPilgrim’s Rest

Attractions 2

God’s Window

God’s Window is a unique attraction for travellers on a South African safari. It enables visitors to overlook several National … weiterlesenGod’s Window


Inverdoorn Wildreservat

Located only two hours away from Cape Town, Inverdoorn is an easy to reach destination for travellers on a South … weiterlesenInverdoorn Wildreservat

Attractions 3

Wild Dog Research Station

The animals are commonly referred to as the African dog, the painted dog or scientifically as the Lycon Pictus. Interestingly … weiterlesenWild Dog Research Station


Victoriafälle, Simbabwe

David Livingstone is believed to be the first explorer to have discovered Victoria Falls; in 1860 he spread the word … weiterlesenVictoriafälle, Simbabwe

Attractions 4

Save Valley Conservancy

In the 1920’s the Save Valley was stocked with cattle farms, the main source of income for the area. The … weiterlesenSave Valley Conservancy

Attractions 5

Rhodes Grave

He may not have lived very long but he accomplished a lot of amazing achievements in his short life; he … weiterlesenRhodes Grave

Attractions 6

Pungwe Falls

The Pungwe Falls is a tiered waterfall; many beautiful tiers and plunges make up the entire waterfall system… It winds … weiterlesenPungwe Falls

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The surrounding area of Nyanga contains an abundance of archaeological remains – pathways, structures, ruins and iron artefacts are found … weiterlesenNyanga

Attractions 8


Mutare was founded as a fort and a city and, interestingly, it was relocated (the entire city and fort; houses, … weiterlesenMutare

Attractions 9

Mutarazi Falls

Until 2002, the Mutarazi Falls was thought to be the fifth highest waterfall in the world. In 2002 the Gocta … weiterlesenMutarazi Falls

Attractions 10

Matusadona National Park

The Matuzviadonha hills rise for over 600 m high making the Matusadona National Park a great location for a hiking … weiterlesenMatusadona National Park

Attractions 11

Matobo National Park & Matopos Hills

The Matobo Hills cover an area of about 3100km², of which 440 km² is National Park (the rest of which … weiterlesenMatobo National Park & Matopos Hills

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Known as Fort Victoria until 1982 (after the English Queen) the current name Masvingo refers to the famous walled enclosures … weiterlesenMasvingo

Attractions 13

Mana Pools

Mana Pools covers 2,500 square kilometres of river frontage, islands, sandbanks and pools. It is flanked by forests of mahogany, … weiterlesenMana Pools

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Lower Zambezi National Park

The shoreline in Zimbabwe has protected safari areas and Mana Pools National Park, a World Heritage Site renowned for its … weiterlesenLower Zambezi National Park

Attractions 15

Lake Kariba

Lake Kariba was filled between 1958 and 1963 following the completion of the Kariba Dam. The dam wall was built … weiterlesenLake Kariba

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Lake at Great Zim Mutirikwi

Dammed at the confluence of the Mshagashe and Mutirikwi Rivers, Lake Mutirikwi forms two sides of a 12 000 hectare … weiterlesenLake at Great Zim Mutirikwi

Victoria Falls and Hwange

Hwange Nationalpark:

Situated on the main road between Bulawayo and the world famous Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park boasts a tremendous selection … weiterlesenHwange Nationalpark:

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Before 1982, Harare was known as Salisbury. Founded in 1890, Salisbury was the capital of Southern Rhodesia until 1980, when … weiterlesenHarare

Attractions 18

Great Zimbabwe Ruins

It is believed that the Great Zimbabwe Ruins may hold the key to the mystery of the lost civilization of … weiterlesenGreat Zimbabwe Ruins

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Eastern Highlands

The Chimanimani National Park, part of the Eastern highlands, is an incredible region running over 300 km’s from north to … weiterlesenEastern Highlands

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Chizarira Nationalpark

Travellers who seek wilderness and solitude will love Chizarira; there are few visitors, no tarred roads, no accommodation (other than … weiterlesenChizarira Nationalpark

Attractions 21

Chinhoyi Höhlen

The Chinhoyi Caves are named after a local chief who used them as a refuge from Ndebele raiders. Until a … weiterlesenChinhoyi Höhlen


Chimanimani Gebirge

The Chimanimani Mountains are composed mostly of sandstone, but it is distinguished by its huge volcanic peaks. These peaks stretch … weiterlesenChimanimani Gebirge

Attractions 22

Bvumba Mountains

Referred to as the “Mountains of the Mist” (Bvumba is the Shona name for “mist”) the Bvumba Mountains are often … weiterlesenBvumba Mountains

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The Bulawayo area has been populated since prehistoric times. The San (Bushman) people created their unique rock art in the … weiterlesenBulawayo

South Luangwa National Park

South Luangwa National Park covers 9050km2 of land, and includes the vital and renowed Luangwa River. This park, with an … weiterlesenSouth Luangwa National Park

Lower Zambezi National Park

The Lower Zambezi National Park is the country’s youngest park. It covers almost 5000 km2 in area and it remains … weiterlesenLower Zambezi National Park

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