Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park is the country's premier safari destination sitting on the country's western border with Botswana and making an exceptional extension to other Africa safaris if you're hoping to see just a few more days of impressive African wildlife, or as a stand alone safari destination. During the day, you'll have opportunities to do game drives in hopes of spotting elephant and buffalo. At night, these drives will acquaint you with the elusive nocturnal animals, like hyena, leopard, civets, porcupine, and genet cats. Safaris in Zimbabwe are commonly coupled with visits to the mighty Victoria Falls and some tours even offer a cultural immersion, visiting a local school or going on a water run to one of the vital pumps that provides water to the region. Plan your trip to Zimbabwe with us today!
Highlights of Hwange National Park Undoubtedly the best place to witness Zimbabwe's wildlife, Hwange National Park is perfect for cultural and natural exploration.
Safari walks & Game Drives across the Ngamo Plains, where you might see giraffe, zebra, impala, and wild dogs.
School Visit to the local school at Chisuma Village where you can possibly hear the children sing in the assembly or enjoy a brief tour of the school. Interact with kids in a class and share where you are from on the world map.
Conservation Projects, like the a traditional pump run.