As Zimbabwe celebrates 39 years of 'Sovereignty', it is an opportune moment to reflect on key events of our history. In our opinion, they have had an impact on travel and tourism in a way or two. Let's learn from them, as we aspire to reach the highest standards of hospitality.
NO doubt - things are very tough - Zimbabwean people are suffering.
Take your significant other for a romantic safari instead and rekindle your love in the wilderness! Are you game?
2019 DAY CONFERENCE PACKAGE FROM $75 PER PERSON Includes: – Three-Course Lunch – WIFI – LCD projector and screen – Morning/Afternoon coffee – break with coffee/tea/fruit – juice and snacks. – Pens/pads/water/cordial mints/ flip-charts/Markers 2019 FULL CONFERENCE PACKAGE FROM $195 PER PERSON Includes: – Accommodation – Lunch, dinner & breakfast – WIFI – […]
Today is World Environment Day. This year the theme is “Beat Plastic Pollution” and official commemorations are taking place in India. The Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi, took to twitter and wrote: “Greetings on #WorldEnvironmentDay. Together, let us ensure that our future generations live in a clean and green planet, in harmony with […]
PRESS RELEASE: Matobo Hills Lodge wins TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2018 We have been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor. For the 4th time in a row! Matobo Hills Lodge couldn’t be more delighted. Our Lodge continues to establish itself as a first-rate Zimbabwean tourist destination. We strive to ensure that Guest Happiness is […]
Matobo Hills is Listed in the 2018 World Monuments Watch Wondering why it is listed in the World Monuments Watch (WMF)? This natural landscape is threatened by several factors including deforestation. That is the reason why. The World Monuments Fund announced the List on 15 October 2017. The WMF is a private nonprofit organization founded in […]
1. The People Every tourism nation claims its people are the friendliest on earth, but… Zimbabweans rank right up there at the top of the list. We have the highest literacy rate in Africa (98%) something to brag about; winner of the all-time population smile rate (100%), I made that up but it can’t be […]
Being in the hospitality industry we meet many foreign tourists visiting Zimbabwe for the first time. Without fail, each traveler begins their conversation something like this:
Great news for everyone! Matobo hills lodge is currently working on a variety of tours that will be on offer to in house guests and day visitors. Full day, half day, cave visits or sundowners at Rhodes grave! We will be releasing them next week!