Zimbabwe is a country with great natural wealth. If we name it, we all come to mind Victoria Falls, savanna, rainforest, forests, rivers, lakes, animals, etc.
And it certainly has a ton of natural wonders to offer, so today we are going to discover some of them:
The quintessential attraction of the country. Until now it is considered the largest waterfall in the world in terms of its width and height. The form of the mighty Zambezi River, which at this point, plunges into a 100-meter abyss that produces a roar that can be heard up to 40 km away.
The flora and fauna of the area is very diverse thanks to the humidity of the environment. Birds are amazing at any time of the year. Imagine being able to enjoy so much beauty in a single destination.
Hwange National Park
Receding towards the edge of the eastern area of the Kalahari Desert, Hwange National Park occupies more than 14,000 square kilometers. The largest national park in Zimbabwe and about an hour from Victoria Falls. Hwange is home to a variety of wildlife that includes 100 species of mammals, 400 species of birds, and one of the largest populations of elephants in the world.
Together with Only One you can enjoy a variety of activities in Hwange including day hikes, night walks or just relaxing at camp. Take in the surroundings of the park, one of the most rugged and unspoiled destinations in Zimbabwe. Your itinerary may be incomplete if you do not visit the park.
This is a historic site of great value. It is one of the most ancient archaeological sites in all of Zimbabwe. In this area you can see the remains of a city that is believed to have been built in the s. XI for the Gokomere culture.
Mana Pools National Park
It is another of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, located on the Zambezi River in the heart of the Zambezi Valley. Mana means «four» in Shona, named after four main pools near the park headquarters.
Adventure lovers will be in awe of Mana Pools, take a walking safari and for those looking for more adventure, a day or extended canoe safari. It’s a great way to explore a 300km stretch of water that ends at the Mozambique border. Other activities include hiking and studying the stars that you can see how they light up the dark night sky.
Chobe National Park
The first national park in Botswana. The national park encompasses five countries: Zambia, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Angola. The highest density of African elephants on the continent.