Zimbabwe - It would be impossible to deny the political unrest that has dogged Zimbabwe in the last couple of years, however those that do visit Zimbabwe will find the rewards far out weigh the perceived risks. Zimbabwe's tourism highlights are well away from urban centres and with a network of charter and scheduled flights able to whisk you into remote game viewing country, it is easy to spend 2 weeks here and never see or hear of trouble.
Much of Zimbabwe consists of a central plateau or highveld which stretches from southwest to northeast with a mountainous region along the Eastern border rising up to 2440m (8000ft) in altitude. From south to north the country extends from the Limpopo to the Zambezi, rivers with names that evoke the mystery of Africa. Wildlife is plentiful and you may choose to see it on guided game drives, walking safaris or from the river, whichever way, you will be escorted by some of Africa's most highly qualified and informative safari guides.
Zimbabwe is as rich in natural resources as in natural beauty. The Eastern Highlands boast golf courses and trout steams, Mana Pools and Hwange National Parks offer unparalleled game viewing and there are another 8 more remote National Parks. There are the historic ruins of Great Zimbabwe and the spectacle and adventure of Victoria Falls. All this adds up to a safari experience that is packed with diversity and adventure.