Zimbabwe Custom Travel Planners
Try one of these Zimbabwe custom travel planners to create the trip of your dreams to one of Africa’s gems.
Conde Nast Zimbabwe Travel Experts
From CN: “Devereux has years of experience offering African holidays across a wide range of countries; thanks to her childhood in Zimbabwe and having worked in Southern Africa during the early part of her career before moving to the UK. She can bridge both cultures – combining an in-depth knowledge of Africa with an understanding of the needs of British and American travelers. ”
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Zimbabwe Ten Travel Ideas
Ideas for working with your Zimbabwe Custom Tour Planner
Try some of these great ideas to start your conversation with one of the travel experts listed below.
1—Watch exotic animals come to Mama Pools at watering time
2—Hear the thunder of Victoria Falls as the mighty Zambezi River crashes over the rocks below
3—Explore the Great Zimbabwe Ruins, an ancient city in the southeastern hills.
4—Enjoy an authentic African dance show
5—See the ancient cave paintings at Nswatugi Cave in Matobo National Park
6—Spend time in a village to gain a great understanding of how Zimbabwe natives live and thrive.
7—Watch hippos in the waters of Hwange National Park
8—Shop for African art
9—Photograph the mists of the Zambezi River Gorge
10—Stay in a houseboat on Kariba Lake
Zimbabwe Tourism Website Information
This appears to be the official government tourism site, but who knows. First of all, it focuses only on the Zambezi River, not the entire country. It lists a lot of different vendors and offers to put you in touch with them. This is usually not the sign of a generic tourism website but of a vendor who has a financial stake in the matter.
Alternative websites, equally dubious, are below. Our suggestion – contact one of the experts above and begin planning your trip correctly from the get-go.
Zambezi Tourism.net (anything offering “deals” is rarely official, but further research seems to indicate it is).