Day 1

It’s finally the day where you’re going to head to Zimbabwe for an onset adventure! Upon arriving at the airport, meet your tour representative who will transfer you to a luxury camp in the Zambezi National Park which is an hour away from the airport. Spend your time refreshing yourself in the peace of the park.

Overnight stay at Zambezi.

Day 2

Upon breakfast at your camp, you’ll be spending your day doing activities like fishing, canoeing, game drives and visiting the ever beautiful, The Victoria Falls.

After the activities, return back to your camp.

Overnight stay at Zambezi.

Day 3

Upon breakfast in the morning, spend your time at leisure within the Zambezi National Park.

Overnight stay at Zambezi.

Day 4
Departure from Zimbabwe

Upon breakfast in the morning, get transferred to Zambezi, to board your flight back to your home country.

Emerging from a period of uncertainty of tourists had made Zimbabwe one of the underrated countries of the African continent but has a plethora of things to offer to the visitors with gems luring to be explored.

Zimbabwe has many competing factors as to be a must to visit destination, even though it is largely undervalued. The country is the perfect point of beauty where it is highly sophisticated with lively streets and boulevards but is still very much a hidden gem.

The country is said to have some of the greatest and varied species of animals but the people are worth the mention. Even though Zimbabwe has been on the ‘safari map’ for over 150 years already, the hospitality of the people of Zimbabwe has been timeless and effortless. Only here at Zimbabwe will you get to experience warm handshakes and the most genuine customer service.

There is no doubt in the fact that not only the safaris overwhelm the tourists but also the country’s areas highlighting monumental importance. We wouldn’t complete the discussion without talking about some of the stunning natural wonders of the world that lie here – one of them being The Victoria Falls. These Falls are known to be the world’s largest waterfalls in the world, and the most stunning one indeed. By being one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and a multipurpose attraction, the activities to do here are endless.

The steady recovery of the country has, in turn, favoured tourism with travellers now increasing in numbers considering the reborn of Zimbabwe and now it should definitely be on your bucket list countries!

-          Take up a Zambezi River Rafting Trip

If river cruising seems to be of no interest to you, then why not opt for some adventure instead. River rafting is far better than any other activities because it gets you closer to two worlds – adventure and natural beauty.

The Zambezi River takes you to some of the sturdy rapids on the world, making white water rafting even more interesting.


-          Explore the Great Zimbabwe National Monument


A UNESCO World Heritage Site that is home to Zimbabwe ruins, the capital of Queen Sheba and also an important trading spot during the Middle Age era. Legends have said it that the Great Zimbabwe has always been an important historical and sites in the African continent.


-          Visit the Elephant’s Walk Shopping and Artist Village


A must visit for the ones that love African crafts, Elephant’s walk shopping and artist village is a unique shopping destination having a variety of boutiques, and stores that promote local artists and their work.

It’s a place where tourists can purchase the most authentic crafts they’d ever want. It’s here where you can always enjoy some locally brewed and filtered Zimbabwean coffee and savor the delicacies at one of the coffee shops.

CURRENCY Zimbabwean Dollars
VISA  https://www.evisa.gov.zw/#/Home
FLIGHTS FROM DUBAI Ethiopian Airways, Kenya Airlines, Emirates
LANGUAGE Tonga, English, Xhosa
RELIGION Christianity


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Price From AEDد.إ5,160/person
Total د.إ 5,160 AED