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Looking for a bit more information about the tours and how we work? Take a look at the list of frequently asked questions below for some quick answers. If you can’t find what you need, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

  • Is it safe to visit Zimbabwe?
    Yes it is very safe to visit Zimbabwe as they have a very low rate of crime compared to other places within the region.
  • Are animals scared of vehicles?
    Animals are not scared of vehicles because they do not feel threatened by vehicles, if animals are approached on foot they will either run away or will attack if their safe zones are compromised.
  • May I feed wild animals in the national park?
    It is prohibited to feed wild animals as that will make them depend on people for food there by attacking people
  • Should I be worried with Malaria ?
    Yes, Zimbabwe is has some areas which are prone to the risk of Malaria, it is recommended that when planning to visit one has to get an anti-malaria course prescribed by their nurse or doctor before doing the trip and after returning from the tour. The best way of preventing malaria will be to prevent from being beaten by mosquitos by sleeping in a net or making use of repellents which are available in Pharmacies
  • What are the facts about Victoria Falls?
    · It is 108m tall and 1708 wide · It rains every day in the rainforest · Victoria Falls is part of the Zambezi river · 500 million litres of water cascade every minute · It is one of the seven natural wonders of the world
  • Was David Livingstone the first person to discover Victoria falls?
    No, they were Tonga people who lived along the Zambezi, river sustaining their livelihood on fishing and they also dug salt along the river.
  • What is the local name for Victoria falls?
    Mosi-oa-Tunya – meaning the smoke that thunders
  • Where is the source of the water which flows on the Zambezi river?
    Mwinulinga district in northern Zambia
  • Where does the zambezi river end or finish
    Indian Ocean
  • Which national park is the biggest in Zimbabwe?
    Hwange national park, it is 14651 square kilometres
  • How many countries does Zambezi River flow through?
  • In which countries does the Zambezi River flow through?
    Angola, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique
  • How long the Zambezi River?
    2574 km and Victoria falls is situated almost half way
  • What is the population of Zimbabwe in 2022?
    Approximately 15.24 million
  • What is the most spoken language in Zimbabwe?
    Shona followed by Ndebele
  • How many official languages are spoken in Zimbabwe?
  • Which languages are those?
    Chewa, Chibarwe, English, Kalanga, Koisan, Nambya, Ndau, Ndebele, Shangani, Shona, sign language, Sotho, Tonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa.
  • When did Zimbabwe get independence?
    18 April 1980
  • How many national parks are in Zimbabwe?
    Zimbabwe has eleven National Parks, each of which offers vastly contrasting and fulfilling wilderness experiences. The Parks are located around the country and the visitor can look forward to a wide variety of scenic, cultural and wildlife activities
  • What is the meaning of the name Zimbabwe?
    "Zimbabwe" derives from dzimba-dza-mabwe, translated from the Karanga dialect of Shona as "houses of stones".The Karanga-speaking Shona people live around Great Zimbabwe in the modern-day province of Masvingo.
  • How far is Hwange national park from Victoria Falls Town,
    180 km
  • How much are the national park conservation fees?
    Between $10.00 - $30.00 varies on the activity one would like to do in the National park.
  • What does one expect to see on a game drive in Hwange National Park?
    Being the biggest national park in Zimbabwe, it has about 100 species of mammals and 400 species of birds. Hwange national park is also popular for being home to the largest herd of Elephants in the world popularly known as the presidential herd.
  • Are there toilet stops along safari routes?
    Yes, they are ablution facilities in the National park
  • Which type of accommodations do you use?
    Accommodations, available will vary from a lodge to a five star hotel depending one’s budget. When booking in the national park mostly accommodations available there will be safari lodges which also have varied level of luxury depending on the budget one is willing to spend.
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