Victoria Falls known as the “Smoke that thunders” in the local Tonga language, is the largest single curtain of falling water in the world and 70% of the exquisite views are seen from the Zimbabwe rain forest. The rain forest which has constant rain 24/7 from the never ending spray of the Falls, has unique ecosystem. It is a botanists dream and bird lovers’ paradise. There are species here that don’t occur anywhere else, and our recommendation is to look just a little beyond the pathway and the numerous viewpoints. One of the beauties is that the area has not become over commercialized. In fact, once you are standing by the Falls your view will not be much different to that of David Livingstone’s who first saw the Falls in 1855.Walking within the Falls is a couple of kilometres and it does get very hot.
Hwange National Park is the largest and most popular park in Zimbabwe. It offers excellent wildlife viewing, and most big safari animals can be seen, including the Big Five. Hwange is most known for the impressive concentration of elephant that are attracted to the park’s waterholes during the dry season. Hwange is well known too for it’s bird watching, the best time to visit for birdwatching is from November to April as migratory birds return from Europe and Northern Africa. As one of the best-kept game parks on the continent, Hwange offers an experience like no other , from walking safaris to exciting game drives . Visitors can look forward to a private and secluded safari in a pristine environment. Whether you take a day trip to Hwange or spend whole week here, you can be sure of a memorable African Wildlife Experience!
KoMpisi Cultural Village is a sacred space to learn isi’ntu in the most peaceful wilderness to share traditional and 21st Century insights to collectively grow and get a feel of rural life , sleep in huts whose floors are surfaced with cow dung ,work in the fields and eat traditional meals.