Here’s my list of ten best places to visit in Zimbabwe. Do you know what strikes me about this list? The landscapes are all so varied. From the rainforest at Victoria Falls, to the rocky vistas at Matobo National Park, to the misty hills of Nyanga, one thing is for sure: there’s too much to […]
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This guest post is written by Stuart Webb-Martin who lives in the UK. He went on a self-drive holiday to Zimbabwe with his family in August 2016. Here, he shares his thoughts on activities, road conditions and accommodation. In this third instalment of his travel journal, he recounts his time in the majestic Matobo National […]
Bulawayo is a laid-back place, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do. Its main attraction – the Matobo National Park – is a short drive away, and closer to the city centre, the Natural History Museum is something special.
After a fantastic few days in Victoria Falls, we drove south to Bulawayo. Our first night in Bulawayo would also be the last night with our friends from Oxford – they were going back to the UK after our two-week Zimbabwean road trip. We wanted to go somewhere memorable for their last night in Zimbabwe, […]
I’m often struck by how much Zimbabwe has to offer, especially on the safari and scenery front. Zimbabwe’s game reserves aren’t as famous as the Serengeti or Masai Mara, but they have world-class wildlife and unspoiled natural beauty. Zimbabwe can definitely compete with some of the best natural sites in the world. Just take a look […]