Putting together your own tour can be difficult, as your choices are so wide. The Victoria Falls is usually a ‘must’ for first-time visitors, but after that you’ll probably want to explore further afield.

The well-known Hwange National Park lies close to the Victoria Falls, and here you can almost always see some of the big concentrations of elephant and other species for which the Park is famous.

Further afield, though, less well-known Parks such as Matusadona, Mana Pools and Gonarezhou offer spectacular scenery and wilderness with abundant wildlife; there’s hiking in the Chimanimani Mountains in Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands, canoeing on the Zambezi, sailing on Lake Kariba, and many more opportunities. And places such as the Great Zimbabwe offer fascinating glimpses of Zimbabwe’s past, and its cultures and peoples;

Zimbabwe’s many ‘package’ and other tour operators can help you put together your own ‘holiday of a lifetime’. These operators must be registered with the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority, and we strongly recommend that you contact members of the Inbound Tour Operators of Zimbabwe (ITOZA), which have been listed alphabetically for your convenience.

They will also be able to give you details of any levies and tourism taxes that may be payable, in addition to your accommodation, travel and other costs.

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