Zimbabwe is located on the southeast of the African continent, to the northeast of South Africa. It has a tropical climate, but because of relatively high altitude, it doesn't get too hot.
You can go hiking in the remote Mana Pools National Park in the north of Zimbabwe, in Chimanimani National Park in the east, among the remarkable granite outcrops in Matobo National Park, or in the eastern highlands across Nyanga National Park to climb Mount Nyangani (2592 m).
Best time to go is at the end of the dry season in September or October.
- Classic Safari Camps of Africa
- Classic Safari Camps of Africa was started 11 years ago as an association of independent, privately-operated camps and lodges - each situated in some of the finest and most unusual wildlife destinations in Southern and East Africa. In this spectacular, full-colour coffee table book, author and photographer David Rogers journeys to more than 40... Read more