Across the 50-day course, you will travel to, explore and become at one with four of Zimbabwe’s wildest and most iconic wilderness areas:
Zambezi National Park
Located adjacent to the World Famous Victoria Falls. Situated in the north-western corner of Zimbabwe, where Zimbabwe and Zambia meet, Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
Matopos National Park
World's Largest Granite Outcrop with the highest density per square kilometer of Leopard and Black Eagle. The Matopos National Park was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2003 and includes an Intensive Protection Zone where small populations of white and black rhino are safely breeding.
Bubye Valley Conservancy
The conservancy is named after the Bubye River that runs through it and is a safe haven for the largest stand of breeding black and white rhino in Zimbabwe. With just under One Million Acres in Southern Zimbabwe Lowveld, you will be experiencing paradise on earth for 21 to 28 days.
Antelope Park is the site of the African Lion Rehabilitation and Release into the Wild project, in partnership with ALERT (African Lion and Environmental Research Trust). Here, stage two of the pioneering project has been underway since 2007, and ongoing research is yielding promising results for the reintroduction of captive-bred lions into the wild. You will have access to this beautiful, expansive game park in the Zimbabwean Midlands for 12 to 16 days.