Enchanting. Captivating. Honestly. There is a lot of rock and game in Zimbabwe.

This tiny inland in southern Africa is a wilderness of towering hardwoods, dense mopani and fierce forests, the plains of Mapari and the Broken Hill Land. What the country lacks in stability is made up for by its charm, wilderness, adventure and generous and welcoming people.

Meet professionally guided 4×4 game drives. Take a fancy sunset cruise on Lake Kariba. Explore the 130,000-acre Malilangwe Game Reserve, home to wildlife, including the endangered black rhino. Fish tiger fish, perch, bream and catfish. Visit the 10,000-year-old rock art of the Saan Bushmen. Hang out with Shangaans and get a glimpse of their traditional life. Fly by helicopter through the rainbow over the Victoria Falls and land over the Zambezi River. Embark in the pristine bush for a private sunset dinner where lions roam the day. They rest and relax in characterful eco-lodges, on huge and opulent private estates, in bush camps spotted by giant cats, on exclusive, private river boats offering a four-poster bed under the stars.

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Elegance and opulence shaped the age of the steam train. Beautiful classic steam locomotives and wagons have been lovingly restored, combining vintage luxury with a modern, fine dining experience to evoke moments of past romance. This experience takes you back to the early 20th century. Embark on a journey across the Victoria Falls Bridge as you sit comfortably on cushions and benches. With the Victoria Falls in the background, the “train-express” remains standing on the bridge to give you a unique and unforgettable sunset. The locomotive “chugs” and you enjoy a five-course meal.


Experience an exceptional luxury cruise in both parts of the Victoria Falls. Take a river safari in the direction of the rushing slope while relaxing. Enjoy the ultimate in comfort aboard the Victoria, the Queen of the Fleet. Relax in the style and sophistication of old English art. Explore smaller canals near the waterfalls and enjoy birdlife and wildlife all to yourself. The principle of exploration is that you travel to places that seem untouched and unreachable. As you meander through the islands, take a look at the “Smoke That Thunders” before and after rumbling over the edge of the Victoria Falls.


Enjoy incredible views of the majestic Victoria Falls, the mighty Zambezi and all the natural beauty and wildlife that roams and thrives through this magical place. Let the story tell you how the vegetation looks on the flight. Enjoy the sunlight and the water from above and marvel at how the river has made a path across the landscape.


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Season / Weather / Climate

Zimbabwe is located between South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Mozambique. In Zimbabwe, it rains mainly from December to March. With mild temperatures and almost no rain, the time of year from May to October is the best season to travel to Zimbabwe and observe the wildlife. For the most spectacular views of the Victoria Falls, travel between April and May after the rainy season.

Time shift

The time difference compared to the Central European Time (CET) is + 1 hour. During summer time, there is no time difference between Germany and Zimbabwe.


Zimbabwe has 16 official languages, including English, Shona and Ndebele. Although English is an official language, only 2.5% of Zimbabweans speak English as their native language. The most dominant languages ​​are Shona, a Bantu language that is a subgroup of Niger-Congo languages ​​spoken by about 70% of the population, and Ndebele, as well as a Bantu language spoken by about 20% of the population.

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To eat and drink

The food in Zimbabwe is very much influenced by English cuisine, with sugar, tea and bread. The national dish is Sadza – a cornmeal paste. A food that the Zimbabweans cook every day in different forms. 


Zimbabwe is a mix of people and ethnic groups. More than two-thirds of the population speaks Shona. The Shona tribe is Zimbabwe’s largest indigenous group, whose tribal language is also called Shona (Bantu). The Shona tribe, with over 80% of the population, is the most dominant strain in Zimbabwe. The Shona are found in Zimbabwe, Botswana and southern Mozambique. Traditionally, Shona people live in isolated settlements, which usually consist of one or more older men and their extended families. The Shona are a group of peoples who have been living in a region of the Southern Africa Plateau for over 2,000 years, covering most of Zimbabwe and part of Mozambique. Shona is the name given collectively to two groups of Bantu in the east and southeast of Zimbabwe and in southern Mozambique.

Zimbabwe travel with unforgettable journeys

Exceptional trips to spectacular landscapes, fascinating wildlife and outstanding lodges. They meet impressive people and relax and rest in very special camps. Our Zimbabwe trips are luxury travel – wildly and casually interpreted, totally unpretentious

We design your private Zimbabwe trip exclusively according to your individual ideas and wishes.

With us you are very close to the great migration, the impressive animal migration, which already called Bernhard Grzimek to protect. We know when and where you’ll spend memorable moments watching wildlife, because we know the best mobile luxury camps. On exciting game drives in Hwange National Park. We let you fly and drive over the Victoria Falls by helicopter and train.

You switch off at exclusive barefoot luxury. The experience is not too short. You marvel at the dammed Lake Kariba, which lies in the north of Zimbabwe, along the border with Zambia and has a larger volume than any other man-made lake. You will experience the Mana Pools National Park which is a spectacular wilderness area along the southern Zambezi River in northern Zimbabwe. A combination of permanent water supply and abundant feed in the Au brings large herds of wild animals to this area. Mana Pools will take a very special place in their hearts.

Experience and experience the Matopos Hills, an area made up of granite-kopjes (granite cliffs) and wooded valleys in the southeastern corner of Zimbabwe, near the bustling African city of Bulawayo. The area is rich in flora and fauna and rich in history and legends. A fascinating corner of this diverse country, the area around Bulawayo and especially the Matopos Hill, offers you an unparalleled experience in southern Africa. A combination of rugged landscape, varied activities, rich biodiversity and vibrant, colorful and eventful history makes for an unforgettable stay.

Whether you are adventurous, a romantic couple or a family safari, we will take you to the highest and most romantic lodges and camps, and to the most beautiful regions of Zimbabwe, where you will experience your own private safari.

We don not only plan your accommodations, but we also make this experience inclusive of the day and evening setting, to your taste and pace, giving you unforgettable moments with unforgettable journeys.