After you visit Zimbabwe, you’ll surely consider this land to have been bestowed with scenic beauties, spectacular landscapes, and prolific wildlife. Keeping apart the natural features, the country also imposes new challenges daily for adventure lovers with its resilient people and harsh weather. The country’s natural wonders, rich cultural history, and jaw-dropping scenic beauties make Zimbabwe’s presence compulsory on every African traveler’s bucket list. Zimbabwe tourism has seen tremendous growth in recent years. People can now easily book Zimbabwe holiday packages as per their needs and budget and not compromising on the travel quotient.
The unique attributes of Zimbabwe tourism-
A safe abode- Zimbabwe for many years is considered one of Africa’s safest and peaceful destinations. The abundance of world-class medical facilities across major cities makes the Cape Peninsula tours safe and enjoyable.
Diverse landscapes of Zimbabwe tourism- 13% of Zimbabwe’s total landmass, equating to 5 million hectares, is gifted with natural habitats and wildlife. Zimbabwe tourism boasts of 15 safari areas, 12 national parks, and 14 recreational parks.
The talented, hospitable, and friendly people- Most of the country’s citizens face the brunt of economic hardships but still, they stand true to their reputation of being hard-working, friendly and creative. The people there are driven by the zeal of ‘extending a helping hand’ to the needy.
The prolific wildlife- Zimbabwe tourism has the big five as well as is the home to Africa’s some of the most endangered species. The country has the second largest population of elephants of the world residing, also having a population of wild dogs, lions, and cheetahs in different regions in large numbers. Zimbabwe tourism also supports 672 bird species. 4440 plant species, 196 mammal species, 57 amphibian species, 156 reptile species, and 132 species of fish.
Outstanding guiding techniques and reputation- Zimbabwe’s guides can be considered to belong to the league of one of the best guides in Africa. These guides are trained well, undergoing an arduous and extensive qualification process which takes at least 3 to 5 years for completion.
The family-friendly trips of Cape peninsula tours- Zimbabweans have a reputation of being family-friendly and children adoring, welcoming the families with greater enthusiasm. Most of the camps of Zimbabwe tourism have family accommodations and units which are many times located at a distance from the main camps to avoid disruption. These camps can also be considered ideal for children as they many times organize activities for them which range from nature excursions to camping.
Variety of activity options- One has the choice of witnessing the grandeur of the country on horseback, foot, vehicles, or canoe, whichever you found appealing. There are many destinations of Zimbabwe tourism that offer both land and water-based activities which in itself can be joyous and surprising.