For a country that went through such turbulent times, it is surprising to see Zimbabwe’s natural beauty come out unscathed. It still remains famous for its outdoor adventures and activities such as mountain climbing, wildlife safaris, game drives, freshwater fishing, hiking and whitewater rafting.
The Smoke That Thunders
Better known as Victoria Falls, this legendary mass of water ranks among the largest and most awe-inspiring waterfalls on the planet. Considered to be the most famous sight of Zimbabwe, this is what travelers dream of when they first think about visiting the country. The mist generated by the falls sustains an entire ecosystem which comprises of trees like palm, fig and mahogany and the surrounding areas are home to falcons, raptors and black eagles. The falls can be seen from as far as 20 kms away, but the best experiences are always found up close.
But There’s So Much More
Sure, the Victoria Falls are a remarkable sight, but Zimbabwe is much more than that. This magical country has a magnificent culture and landscapes that blow you away. A trip to Zimbabwe is always about exploring laidback towns, watching msasa trees and balancing boulders and becoming a part of the culture by interacting with its locals who are known for their politeness and welcoming attitude despite all their hardships.