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.
Matobo national Park is located around 34kms to the South of the city of Bulawayo. This green park was established in 1926 and is also the oldest national park in Zimbabwe. Matobo National Park teems with diverse plant, bird and animal species. It has over 200 tree species including mountain acacia, wild pear, paper bark tree […]
Before jumping into what to consider when booking an African safari, did you know that safari is a Swahili term meaning, “a journey”? In the past, this journey usually involved a lot of trophy hunting. With certain wildlife facing the threat of extinction, thankfully, those days are just that. In the past. If you’re planning […]
The quickest and easiest way to become a rhino expertFirstly, is a Black Rhino even black? Is a White Rhino well, white? The answer to both questions is NO. That’s right! Both species are, in fact, grey with the Black Rhino having a darker shade than the White Rhino. So, how do you tell the Difference Between […]
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 […]
A Quick Guide to the Matobo Hills Matobo Hills is a natural UNESCO World Heritage Site covering 44 500 Hectares of rugged land and some of the most spectacular granite scenery in the world.