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Seven reasons why you need to visit Zimbabwe

1. Victoria Falls and all of its many fun activities
Zimbabwe is home to many adrenaline-seekers. Only in Victoria Falls is there white-water rapid rafting on Grade 5 of the Zambezi River. There’s also horseback safaris and bungee jumping. Zip lining, abseiling, ziplining and crocodile cage dive are some of the other options.

2. Khami Ruins

The Khami Ruins is an archaeological site that dates back to the Bronze Age. History enthusiasts will enjoy it. The country’s past will be told through the fascinating stories of its stone ruins.

3. Mana Pools National Park

Mana Pools is one of the few parks in Africa that you can walk around without a guide. This is an exception if you have extensive bush experience. Mana Pools is breathtakingly beautiful. It’s a riverine wilderness, on the Zambezi River, of pools, floodplains. Baobab trees. Forests that feel completely remote and never get crowded.

4. Fishing Lake Kariba

You might prefer to stay on a lakeboat on Lake Kariba if you are looking for a more tranquil way to spot game. These floating hotels cruise through the calm waters of Lake Kariba and offer a tranquil way to see game from the shore. One of the most popular activities in Zimbabwe is to fish for tigerfish on Lake Kariba.

5. There are thousands of elephants

Zimbabwe is home of one of largest concentrations of elephants worldwide. Botswana cannot compete with Zimbabwe to be the home of these gentle giants.

6. The most friendly people you will ever meet

Zimbabwean people truly are an amazing place to be. Your Zimbabwe safari trip will be filled with friends.

7. Horseback safari experiences

A safari experience should include horseback riding through the wilderness. This is one of the highlights. You can arrange this amazing activity in virtually every national park, even the area around Victoria Falls. Horse riding is possible in the Eastern Highlands.

8. Matobo Hills

Matobo National Park is one of Africa’s most popular places to view rock art. The park, situated in southwest Zimbabwe, has more than 3000 sites dating back over 13 000 years. These are scattered across a landscape of majestic granite boulders. You can easily explore the park by your own vehicle. It is also well-known for its leopard and white rhino sightings as well as its large number of eagles.