Zimbabwe is a landlocked country located in the south-eastern part of Africa. It is bordered by South Africa on the south, Botswana on the west, Zambia and Mozambique on the north and central Tanzania on its eastern side. Zimbabwe has an area of 390 000 square kilometers and it lies between 18.1 degrees south and 28 degrees east longitude.

The country’s terrain is made up mostly of high plateaus and mountains (with some savanna, grasslands and forests) that are bordered on the east by a high mountain range with Mount Nyangani (formerly Mount Inyangani) as the highest point at 2592 metres

Zimbabwe’s terrain is made up mostly of high plateaus and mountains (with some savanna, grasslands and forests) that are bordered on the east by a high mountain range with Mount Nyangani (formerly Mount Inyangani) as the highest point at 2592 metres.

Best time to visit Zimbabwe: From November to March is the best time to visit Zimbabwe as it has both winter season, spring season and summer season. Temperatures can vary from 5°C to 36°C during this period.

The Victoria Falls one of seven natural wonders of the world is a major tourist attraction. Mosi-oa-Tunya “The Smoke that Thunders” – is a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River.

The Victoria Falls one of seven natural wonders of the world is a major tourist attraction. Mosi-oa-Tunya “The Smoke that Thunders” – is a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River. The falls are about a mile wide, 9 by 6 miles (14.5 by 9.6 km) in area and about 100 feet (30 m) tall on average.

Victoria Falls was named after Queen Victoria by David Livingstone in 1855 who saw it as he descended from the Zambezi escarpment after his first journey to Lake Ngami (now known as Ngami Pan). He named it after her because she was an important supporter during his time in Africa and because he had been unable to reach any other European monarchs during his travels so far away from Europe

Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe is one of the top game parks in Africa. It was established in 1928 mainly to preserve herds of large game and abounds with African wildlife such as lion, elephant, giraffe and many more.

Hwange National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Zimbabwe and covers an area of 22 000 hectares. It was established in 1928 mainly to preserve herds of large game and abounds with African wildlife such as lion, elephant, giraffe and many more. The park is also known for its wide variety of bird species including flamingos.

Hwange National Park has five main camps, namely Ngwenya House, Lower Zambezi Camp, Impalila Wilderness Camp, Nswatugi Bush Camp and Hwange Safari Lodge. Ngwenya House offers accommodation for up to 6 people while Lower Zambezi Camp accommodates a maximum of 14 guests who enjoy their meals under the stars overlooking the Zambezi River at sunset!

Matobo National Park also known as Matopos National Park is located about 30 kilometers from Bulawayo Zimbabwe. Matobo Hills National Park has one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world and it is well known for its rich rock art paintings which go back over 2000 years.

Matobo National Park also known as Matopos National Park is located about 30 kilometers from Bulawayo Zimbabwe. Matobo Hills National Park has one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world and it is well known for its rich rock art paintings which go back over 2000 years.

The rock paintings are located on a granite hill called Inyati, this hill was once covered with soil but now only bare rocks remain. The paintings depict giraffes, elephants and other animals of that time period. There are various types of rock art found at Matopo’s including petroglyphs (rock carvings), pictographs (rock painting) and engravings on outcrops or boulders.

Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is a private game reserve that covers an area of 45 000ha located less than two hours drive from Bulawayo in Zimbabwe’s south east Lowveld. This exceptional conservation area offers some of Southern Africa’s best wildlife viewing.

Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is a private game reserve that covers an area of 45 000ha located less than two hours drive from Bulawayo in Zimbabwe’s south east Lowveld. This exceptional conservation area offers some of Southern Africa’s best wildlife viewing.

The reserve was established in 2000 to provide a haven for large mammals and birds whose habitat had been destroyed by logging, agriculture and poaching activities. It is managed by African Parks Network, who have brought together their expertise with those of local communities to ensure the survival of endangered species such as the black rhino (Diceros bicornis).

Malilangwe means “the place where we live” in Shona language. The Malilangwe Tourism Development Offices are situated on top of Mt Darwin overlooking the entire Malilangwe Game Reserve at an elevation of 1 900m above sea level

Conclusion

Zimbabwe is a beautiful country and it has so many tourist attractions to offer. The Victoria Falls and Hwange National Park are places that should be on your bucket list if you are planning on visiting Zimbabwe.