Zimbabwe is a beautiful country that’s found in Southern Africa. The country houses one of the world’s seven natural wonders, that is, the Victoria Falls. A trip to Zimbabwe will be a memorable one. This is because there are many things that the country has to offer and the best way to appreciate all of them, you will have to take a road trip. Below, we will give you a detailed guide on the best route for your Zimbabwe road trip, one that will take you to all the major attractions. Before that though, we just want to take the opportunity to inform you that Zimbabwe is a liberal country hence you can enjoy things such as to signup at NoviCasino and start playing your favorite casino games.

Origin: Harare

For many people who visit Zimbabwe, the first port of call is the capital Harare which is home to the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport, the biggest airport in the country. Suppose you are one of the many who first get to know Zimbabwe at the Robert Mugabe International Airport, your first attraction will be the capital itself with its warm and welcoming citizens. From Harare, the destination is Victoria Falls but before we get there, you will get to see otherworldly attractions.

Masvingo

From Harare, you will have to take the Masvingo route. When you arrive in Masvingo, you will have to drive some 10 km out of the CBD to Great Zimbabwe, a traditional village built in the 15th Century. At Great Zimbabwe, you get to see some houses built of stone only without mortar that still stand to this day. There is also a museum at the site where you can learn more about Zimbabwe’s history.

Gweru

From Masvingo, you will travel to Gweru through Zvishavane and Shurugwi. In Gweru, there is Antelope Park. Antelope Park is a game reserve that houses several wild animals including elephants and lions. At Antelope Park, not only will you be able to see wild animals, but you also get to enjoy some elephant rides. There is also accommodation available so you can have a rest at the Park.

Bulawayo

From Gweru, the next stop is Bulawayo, the second-most populous city in the country. In Bulawayo, you can visit Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage, a haven for injured, orphaned and rescued wild animals. All sorts of wild animals are present at this haven. At Chipangali, not only will you get to see wild animals, but you will also learn how the caregivers take care of injured wild animals. With more time on your hands, you can also visit the Khami Ruins as well as Matobo National Park.

Hwange

From Bulawayo, the next stop is Hwange where the attraction that you will get to visit is the Hwange National Park. Hwange National Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe. The park is home to 400 bird species, over 100 mammals, 19 large herbivores and 8 large carnivores. For those who like camping, Hwange offers great camping sites which include Deka Exclusive camp., Lukosi Exclusive camp, Bumbusi Exclusive camp, Robins, Camp, Sinamatella camp and the Main Camp.

Destination: Victoria Falls

From Hwange, you proceed to your destination, that is, Victoria Falls. The main attraction here are the falls themselves. besides the falls, you can also take a swim in the natural Mana Pools swimming pool. Victoria Falls is also home to other game reserves.