87 well appointed air conditioned en-suite rooms including 2 luxury king suites, 2 luxury queen suites, 44 standard double rooms, 37 standard twin rooms and 2 standard paraplegic rooms (one twin and one double). Non-smoking rooms available. Majority of rooms have balconies facing the river and swimming pool whilst the rest face the National Park and the gardens.
There are various activities to be enjoyed at A’Zambezi River Lodge with helicopter flights over the Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe side), explore the African bush with an Elephant back safari, walk with the Lions, end your day of exploring with a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River and many other activities to choose from.
Depart after breakfast and head from A’Zambezi River Lodge to Hwange National Park where you will spend the next two days. On the edge of the famous Hwange National Park, on a private concession that boasts stunning views of the dried riverbed named the ‘Dete Vlei’, stands a rustic eco lodge within the pristine Teak and Mopani forest called Sable Sands
Sable Sands has 16 traditionally thatched ‘rondavels’ with en suite bathroom, making your lodge the perfect blend of ancient culture, nature and modern convenience. Each elevated en-suite room is positioned with sweeping views of the lodge’s productive waterhole. This is lit at night by an unobtrusive floodlight. There is also a tree house where one can sleep in and be able to see wild from a distance.
Big Cave Camp reposes atop an enormous granite whaleback, commanding inspirational views across the famous Matopos National Park. Sophisticated African architecture incorporates colossal boulders into a luxuriously appointed thatched lodge positioned amidst ancient Khoisan rock art.
The design of the lodges is A-frame granite under thatch, which ensures they are cool in summer and warm in winter. The eight lodges, each with en-suite bathroom and private balcony, resonate African creative flair. Included is a honeymoon suite, as well as family rooms for those with small children.
There is so much to do at Big Cave Camp guest have a wide variety of activities to choose from, all accompanied by a qualified guide, from game viewing and rhino tracking, mountain biking and adventure races, Yoga and wellness, cultural tours, bird watching, Rhodes grave/World’s view.
Mid-morning departure from Matopos to The ruins of Great Zimbabwe – the capital of the Queen of Sheba. Norma Jeane’s Lake View Resort (formerly known as the Inn on Great Zimbabwe) is set in a beautiful garden on a hill overlooking Lake Mutirikwi, only a few kilometers from the Great Zimbabwe Ruins – a World Heritage site. The Inn offers a range of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. Accommodation ranges from double and twin-bedded hotel rooms with en-suite bathrooms to self-catering lodges, budget rooms and a camping site.
You can enjoy activities such as fishing, boat cruise on Lake Mutirikwi, sailing and skiing, bird watching and guided bush walks
Depart after breakfast and head to the most beautiful area of Zimbabwe, the Eastern Highlands. You can make a stop at the famous Birchenough Bridge. Arrive at Musangano Lodge in time for lunch. Five spacious Lodges with spectacular views over the Eastern Highlands, their homely exterior inviting you to indulge in the comforts inside. You will feel completely at ease in the large living/dining area, tastefully furnished in an ethnic style with a fully-equipped kitchen. Between four and seven guests can be easily accommodated in the two or three cosy yet luxurious bedrooms with ample seating space for all in both the lounge and the outdoor covered porch. If you visit us in the winter, the fireplace will ensure a warm visit, and for summer visitors the covered veranda is a great place to enjoy a braai under the stars.
Musangano Lodge is the perfect place to relax, unwind and indulge. However when you feel like stretching your legs there are a variety of activities at hand to suit all ages and interest, marked nature trails, mountain and road biking, game drives at Chikudu Game Park, horse riding, cultural tours, golfing .
Today you will have a relaxed scenic drive through the Eastern Highlands to Harare, the “Sunshine City”, capital of Harare. Spend your last night in the luxurious Meikles Hotel. Meikles is a legendary meeting place for international business executives, dignitaries, leisure travellers and celebrities.
Meikles Hotel features 312 rooms in two luxurious multi-storey wings (North & South), offset to afford the north-facing rooms of both wings superb views of the gardens and trees of Africa Unity Square. A member of the prestigious, invitation-only Leading Hotels of the World, Meikles Hotel is renowned for impeccable service, luxurious accommodation and exceptional facilities.
Depending on your departure flight time you can spend the next full day shopping for some African souvenirs. For those with an early departure flight an airport transfer will be arranged, marking an end to this amazing and
magical Zimbabwe Safari.
Discover the most beautiful scenery that Zimbabwe and Botswana have to offer with the Best in the West Safari.
This classic journey covers Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe & the core of the international Kavango Zambezi (KAZA) Transfrontier Conservation Area.
Spend the week experiencing the magnificent wilderness of Southern Africa.
This itinerary takes you on a journey to explore the majestic Victoria Falls and the game rich Zambezi National Park.
Combining wildlife viewing at Hwange National Park with pure relaxation & adventure while on a houseboat – the only way to experience Lake Kariba.
Enjoy a luxurious canoe safari, where you begin at sunrise and leisurely paddle your way to each camp.
Explore the beauty of the Chobe River and the serenity of Hwange National Park.
Discover the best that Zimbabwe has to offer; including rhino tracking on foot - a bucket-list experience not to be missed!