Are you tired of snow trips in the Alps or the sunny beaches in the Caribbean? You can try Safari tour in one of Africa’s most visited Safari destination, the beautiful country of Zimbabwe. It is located in southern Central Africa and lies between the countries Zambia and South Africa covering a total of land area of 390, 580 square kilometers, a slight largeness in size with the State of Montana in the US and Germany and almost the same size as that of Japan’s. On its west is Botswana and on its east is the country of Mozambique. There are approximately 13 M people residing in the country and mostly speaks English as the national language among other language such as Shona, Ndebele, and other numerous minor dialects in the land.
The richness in natural resources combined with friendly and hardworking citizens, makes this country as top picks when it comes to trips in the continent of Africa. Home to the magnificent Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park and Zambezi River, a trip to the nature will leave you wanting to come back time and again. However, the past decade has brought the country to an economic catastrophe due to political mismanagement. What once was a rich country has plunged and turned into a country desperate. but in 2009, things looked promising again when the Zimbabwe currency was replaced by US Dollar as well as when the 2 major political parties has found common grounds.
A visit to Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls is a must for tourists. Considered to be one of Africa’s most prized and greatest nature made wonders of the globe. Its mile-long cascading waters will leave you in awe. You can also visit the Hwange National Park and be in touch with African nature and the best home for fauna. Here you can see some of the now endangered species such as the brown hyena, Africa wild dog, as well as gemsbok. Take time to discover and explore the stone ruins of Great Zimbabwe, the largest in sub-Saharan Africa and one of the world heritage site in 1986.The city capital of Harare is also a great destination for a taste of African night life that features live music or a visit to various arts and crafts like the Shona sculpture in stores scattered around the city.
A bigger portion of Zimbabwe is located on high plateau and for this reason, it is blessed with a perfect tropical climate which other neighbouring countries are not fortunate to have and extreme heat is experienced. Come November to March is the rainy season in this country and the best month to visit it is during its dry season from April all through October. Even though there are fewer visitors that come in the country, it still has its grandeur as a premier destination for tourists in the Southern Africa. It has reasonably priced excellent lodges and hotels where you while you are in the country; you can have a taste of the countries cuisine and delicacies in various good restaurants; and you can enjoy the experience many activities and seeing breath taking scenes from nature and wildlife.