Bags are packed, bookings made, outfits laid out to satisfy your wanderlust. Finally, you are visiting the teapot shaped country famed for the majestic Mosi oa Tunya and home to the Big Five.
Mana Pools National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known as one of the world’s most rugged wilderness experiences. Derived from the word “four” in Shona, “Mana” refers to the four pools within the park. Here are five unique things you can do only in this remote piece of African paradise.
‘We don’t know if you have heard yet… The entire month of April 2020 will see thousands of Zimbabweans participating in the Zimbabwean event of the… Well, EVER. ZimThrive is taking place and we know it’s going to be big! In fact, we think it is going to be the biggest homecoming in Zimbabwean history! […]
Welcome to “Kariva” or the “little trap”. Well, the resort town is called Kariba, but Kariva is where the name came from, referring to the rock jutting out from the gorge where the dam wall was to be built. Whether you touched down at Kariba Airport then transferred by water, air or road to your […]
Victoria Falls, set on the Southern banks of the Zambezi river find yourself standing before the world’s largest sheet of falling water, experiencing the magic and power of nature in the resort Victoria Falls. If you have teenagers who love adrenaline-pumping activities, bring them along for Victoria Falls is an adrenalin centre with loads of […]
In case you have not heard, Shekhinah is going to be gracing the stage at the Vic Falls carnival 2019! If you are as excited as we are, then read this short interview we had with the Rose Gold Songstress on how she feels to be joining us on the 29th of December 2019 to […]
Welcome back everyone! This time, to Binga, whose name apparently roughly translates to either ‘the enclosure surrounding a chief’s village’ or ‘a thick forest country’. Binga is a fishing, boating and cultural centre located on the South-Eastern shores of Lake Kariba in Matabeleland North province. It was built to accommodate the BaTonga people whose homelands […]
So you have decided that you are going on vacation, you are going to Zimbabwe and you have read up a little. You know they speak English and so are quite safe, you will get around. Now, though most Zimbabweans speak English, people are quite pleased when visitors make an effort to speak local languages. […]
The Africa Cup of Nations kicks off this week and we are super excited about it! Why? Well, for starters, Zimbabwe is quite football crazy. You will seldom hear of anyone who does not support a football team- any football team, international, local, regional, something. Everyone supports a team!