Attractions

Attractions 1

Avenue of Baobabs

The Avenue of Baobabs is a picture-perfect natural phenomenon where rows of Baobabs shoot up on either side of a … Read more Avenue of Baobabs

Kazuma Forest Reserve

Kazuma Forest Reserve

Nestled within one of the world’s busiest elephant corridors, the Kazuma Forest Reserve is bordered by two of Africa’s greatest … Read more Kazuma Forest Reserve

Vilanculos, Mozambique

Vilanculos

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

Attractions 2

Pilgrim’s Rest

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

Attractions 3

God’s Window

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

Inverdoorn

Inverdoorn Game Reserve

Located only two hours away from Cape Town, Inverdoorn is an easy to reach destination for travellers on a South … Read more Inverdoorn Game Reserve

Attractions 4

Wild Dog Research Station

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

VictoriaFalls

Victoria Falls

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

Attractions 5

Save Valley Conservancy

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

Attractions 6

Rhodes Grave

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

Attractions 7

Pungwe Falls

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

Attractions 8

Nyanga

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

Attractions 9

Mutare

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

Attractions 10

Mutarazi Falls

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

Attractions 11

Matusadona National Park

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

Attractions 12

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 … Read more Matobo National Park & Matopos Hills

Attractions 13

Masvingo

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

Attractions 14

Mana Pools

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

Attractions 15

Lower Zambezi National Park

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

Attractions 16

Lake Kariba

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

Attractions 17

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 … Read more Lake at Great Zim Mutirikwi

Victoria Falls and Hwange

Hwange National Park

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

Attractions 18

Harare

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

Attractions 19

Great Zimbabwe Ruins

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

Attractions 20

Eastern Highlands

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

Attractions 21

Chizarira Area

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

Attractions 22

Chinhoyi Caves

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

Chimanimani

Chimanimani Mountain

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

Attractions 23

Bvumba Mountains

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

Attractions 24

Bulawayo

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

Jenman African Safaris Collection

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