Zimbabwe boasts the remarkable Victoria Falls, a rich cultural heritage, an abundance of archaeological treasures and an extensive network of wildlife reserves – enough to fill any itinerary! 


Bungee jumping from Victoria Falls Bridge | Houseboat on the Kariba | Hwange National Park | Mana Pools National Park | Matobo hills granite formations | Several Reserves teeming with Big 5 & wildlife | The Great Zimbabwe Ruins | Victoria Falls: ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ (the Smoke that Thunders) | Water activities.


Most nationalities require a visa to enter Zimbabwe.
By Air: Victoria Falls Airport (VFA), ± 19 km from the Falls.
Other Airports: Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport (HRE)
By Road: There are 10 border crossings into Zimbabwe, via Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana & Zambia.

Language & currency

Language: English is the official language. Shona and Ndebele. are the most commonly spoken African language.
Currency: The US dollar is the official currency of Zimbabwe. Most hotels, shops & restaurants accept Mastercard and Visa.


Zimbabwe has a moderate climate with summer rain from November - May. Winter days (May - August) are clear and warm, with chilly evenings.
Travel Tip: September to October is the top time for wildlife viewing, and the Falls are at their strongest and most beautiful in April.