Nestled between two major African rivers – the Zambezi in the north and the Limpopo in the south – Zimbabwe has a superb diversity of landscapes, wildlife and rich cultural heritage going back millennia.

Landmarks such as Victoria Falls (the most expansive curtain of water in the world), and the remote, beautiful Mana Pools National Park have earned UNESCO World Heritage Site status for the vital role they play in the preservation of Africa’s natural and cultural assets.

Zimbabwe’s largest national park, Hwange is home to some of southern Africa’s last great elephant, buffalo and sable herds.

Along the Botswana border, the easternmost tongues of the Kalahari sands creep into the country and mix with the teak forests of the interior, so that desert-adapted animals share the same habitat with woodland species.

SO Much more than just the falls!

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