THE SEVEN WONDERS
Zimbabwe is the only country where one of the Seven Wonders of the World the Victoria Falls is super - ceded by other Wonders of “Our World” We take you through a journey of the seven wonders of “our world”. Zimbabwe is indeed a World of Wonders!
Our Wonderful People and Culture
Zimbabwe offers you a unique and diverse culture to explore friendly people and rich culture. No matter where you go, you will be constantly surrounded by warm and hospitable people, always wearing a smile and willing to lend a helping hand.
Rich History and Heritage
Travel around the country and see pieces of history few have seen or heard such as hundreds-year old rock art created by long forgotten San artists: altogether evidence of rich history and proud Heritage.
The Majestic Victoria Falls, Mosi – oa – Tunya
Victoria Falls, one of the natural Wonders of the World, is the definitive example of breathtaking power and splendid beauty wrapped up in one package – a place which everyone should see at least once in their life time.
Great Zimbabwe, the Grand Medieval Palace
The Great Zimbabwe, now a world heritage site, it is an awe-inspiring experience to stand at the base of the Hill overlooking the sprawling granite stonework of this Medieval Palace, Great Zimbabwe, the stone work that is a testament to the ingenuity, resilience and strength of the people who lived centuries ago..
Pristine wildlife and nature
Zimbabwe is the home of the renowned big seven – buffalo, elephant, rhino, leopard, lion, hippo and crocodile. Our National Parks have created viewing platforms near popular waterholes, giving visitors excellent opportunities to see wild game close up.
The Mystique of the Eastern Highlands
It is extremely relaxing to watch the morning sunlight gently filter through foliage, glinting off emerald green leaves and over dew dripping grass. Just sitting and listening to the sound of a nearby river coursing through the forest and then crushing over a waterfall a few kilometers further on, or watching as the veil of morning mist slowly clears from the mountain sides with the rise of the sun, fills one with incredible peace and joy. This is the Eastern Highlands, Zimbabwe’s Garden of Eden.
The Mythical Kariba and Mighty Zambezi
Built along the Zambezi River, this massive water body is one of the largest man-made reservoirs in the entire world. Measuring 280km long and 40km at its widest, Kariba Dam is home to around 40 different species of fish, as well as crocodiles and hippos. The Lake Kariba and Zambezi River areas are home to a large variety of bird and animal life, a prize destination for the birdlife enthusiast and wildlife- cameraman.