Experience Zimbabwe’s ethereal beauty, its wide-open spaces, never-ending skies, forested escarpments, national parks and game reserves teeming with wildlife and cascading waterfalls.

Preferred Accommodation in Zimbabwe

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Matusadona Luxury Houseboat

Cruising the shores of one of Africa’s last remaining true wilderness areas, MV Matusadona is perfectly combined with a visit to the Victoria Falls and offers the ideal extension to a land based African safari.

Chickwenya, Mana Pools National Park

Chikwenya is a tented camp, located in a private concession on the eastern side of Mana Pools National Park (on the border with Zambia).

Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge, Gonarezhou National Park

Gonarezhou is the second largest National Park in Zimbabwe, but due to historical access issues, was one of the least visited in Southern Africa.

Somalisa Camp, Hwange

Walk in the ‘land of the giants’ when you stay at Somalisa Camp in the heart of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Known for its big elephant herds, viewing these majestic animals from the comfort of camp is practically guaranteed.

Old Drift Lodge, Victoria Falls

Old Drift Lodge enjoys a privileged location overlooking the mighty Zambezi River. Set within the Zambezi National Park, this lodge makes the perfect base to explore Victoria Falls.

Bumi Hills Safari Lodge, Lake Kariba

​Bumi Hills has 20 en suite rooms. The lodge is nestled in the natural bush on top of the hills and offers both a cooling breeze and fantastic views of the lake.

Linkwasha Camp

​Linkwasha is located on a private concession close to the Ngamo Plains, which offer fantastic summer game viewing. The open and airy design is complemented by eclectic interiors which evoke the classic safari.

Victoria Falls Hotel

Suites and rooms are superbly furnished in an Edwardian-style that recaptures the comfortable charm of a bygone age, with colonial prints, four-poster and canopied beds, antique furniture and well-chosen artefacts.

Ruckomechi Camp, Mana Pools National Park

​Ruckomechi Camp lies on the banks of the Zambezi in a private concession on the western boundary of Mana Pools National Park.