Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe, a land of untamed beauty

With a myriad of contrasting landscapes and experiences on offer, Zimbabwe is the ideal destination for any discerning traveller. The country is enriched in history, with ancient city ruins and fascinating rock art, while it is also a place of incredible wildlife and natural beauty. Arguably the most famous attraction in Zimbabwe is the world heritage site that is Victoria Falls; in full flood, it forms the largest sheet of falling water in the world and has been declared a world heritage site.

Zimbabweans are known for their warm and welcoming nature, and despite the complex political history of the country, it is always the kindness of its people that tourists fondly remember. Without a doubt, it has earned itself credibility as offering some of the best guiding in Africa, due to its strict training regime, and for this reason, guests are guaranteed an unforgettable holiday.

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Bucket-list

  • Adrenaline activities in Victoria Falls

  • Canoeing in Mana Pools

  • Sailing on Lake Kariba

  • A sundowner overlooking a waterhole in Hwange

Highlights

  • Victoria Falls, a natural wonder of the world

  • Lake Kariba, the largest man made lake

  • Huge elephant herds in Hwange National Park

  • Rock art in Matobo National Park

What you need to know

Zimbabwe enjoys a temperate climate. In the wet season (November – March), there are heavy afternoon showers. The dry season (April – October) is colder. Nights and mornings can drop to 5°C/41°F, but daytime temperatures are warmer with plenty of sunshine.

Zimbabwe is the ideal destination for the adventure seeker. From white water rafting and bungee jumping in Victoria Falls, to canoeing in Mana Pools or hiking in Hwange, the country’s diverse landscape and activity offering ensures a safari in this part of the world is like no other.

Most common wall sockets require 3 pin round or 3 square pin plugs. Lodges and bush camps run on generator and solar power supplies, therefore using inverter systems to provide a 220v power supply to tents and main lounge areas.

It is a requirement that all guests travelling to Zimbabwe be adequately covered by comprehensive travel insurance to cover all aspects of their holiday. International flights/ loss & theft/medical requirements/damage and cancellation etc. We would recommend guests organise travel insurance in home country. Sense of Africa is covered by comprehensive liability insurance for up to 20 million Botswana pula per incident.

Tours to fill your senses

Zimbabwe is a country like no other, it offers bustling tourist towns as well as exclusive and remote game reserves, ancient history in the form of rock art and ruins as well as jaw dropping landscapes of gorges and mass lakes. The tours we offer to Zimbabwe offer something for everyone, carefully created with our expert knowledge on the destination. From exclusive value adds to unique and off the beaten track properties, the itineraries will fulfill any discerning traveller.

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The people you can count on

Our people are our greatest asset. With passion, dedication and enthusiasm, every member of our team takes pride in high quality customer care combined with attention to detail, and an expertise born from on-the-ground experience. We proudly promote and encourage local employment and believe the key to success lies in working with those who intimately know the country they sell.

The in-house camaraderie and a sense of belonging make us the special family we are. As a small team, we interact closely with one another and work hand in hand, thriving and learning from our collective experience. We all share one goal – to provide the most memorable Botswana experience to our guests, while having fun and living our passion for the country we call home.

Paul Brinkman
Paul BrinkmanCOO Sense Of Africa
Nicola Brebner
Nicola BrebnerOperations Director
Harriet Sobey
Harriet SobeyMarketing & Bus.Dev Director
Hosiah Chokwe
Hosiah ChokweFinance Director