Wildlife sightings aren’t marred by hoards of other tourists, and the guides are among the best on the continent, thanks to their rigorous four- to seven-year training.
Whether you prefer a picnic with your family, climbing a hill to new heights or just a gathering with friends, the Matobo area is abound with landmarks that offer experiences worth sharing.
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Caves, Rocks, Wildlife—and affordable luxury accommodation: everything comes together in Zimbabwe’s Oldest National Park.
The Matobo Hills are an extesive granite landscape, charactised by a sea of rocky peaks and undulating plains.Here's a look at only five prominent granite peaks in Matobo and the meaning behind their names.
YES you read that right. There is a right and wrong way to be a wildlife tourist.Riding elephants, walking with lions and taking photos WITH wild animals is simply unethical.
If you and your family have a passion for history, culture and geography, put the Matobo Hills at the top of your vacation list.
The Zambezi, Runde, Pungwe, & Mtshelele Rivers provide some of the best wildlife🦅 watching around Zimbabwe—and some adrenaline-fueled recreation, too🧗♂️.Here's what to do when you take a 🔥🔥trip there
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.
10 Reasons to travel to Matobo National Park.✔️Getting there is easier than you think.✔️It will open your eyes.✔️You will create meaningful relationships.