Zimbabwe is a beautiful country in Central Southern Africa, that is known for its dramatic landscapes, its diverse wildlife and its hardworking people. Situated between the Limpopo and the Zambezi, Zimbabwe is landlocked and bounded by Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa and Botswana.
Home to the Great Zimbabwe Monument, the mighty Victoria Falls and the majestic Eastern Highlands, the country also boasts of world-class national parks in which a variety of animals, including the Big Five, can be found.
The largest of these are Hwange National Park in the west, and the Gonarezhou Transfrontier Park in the South. Zimbabwe has a total land area of 390,000 square kilometres and a well-educated population of around 14 million people.
Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe is an exciting hub with a slew of attractions. Bulawayo, referred to as the “City of Kings” is home to several outstanding attractions and UNESCO World Heritage sites. Great Zimbabwe is located in the Ancient City of Masvingo, while Eastern Highlands has breathtaking landscapes.
Zimbabwe is endowed with plentiful natural resources that include rich mineral deposits, wildlife and arable lands. The Victoria Falls between Zimbabwe and Zambia is the largest sheet of falling water in the world.