The Best of Africa

Why Should You Try Zimbabwe?

Where else on Earth could one unwind in the splendid company of abundant wildlife including The Big 5 (African elephant, Buffallo, leopard, lion and rhino) and also gaze upon the most beautiful landscapes that Africa has to offer, including one of the original 7 natural wonders of the world, The Victoria Falls.

About Us

Try Zimbabwe is a private company with no political affiliations, which was created to allow wildlife enthusiast to easily plan a holiday to Africa.  One of Try Zimbabwe’s objectives is to aid conservation.  This is done through coordination holiday packages that fund wildlife protection and contribute to the continued existence of the diverse magnificent beasts of Africa.

Top Attractions

Rhino Conservation

One of the most important functions of Try Zimbabwe is aiding the conservation of rhinos.  The emergency concerning theses majestic animals is very real and immediate.  We cannot over emphasise or exaggerate the sad and alarming plight of the rhino. According to CNN in December 2011, statistics report that a rhino is killed every 21hours in Africa.  In 2011 more than 350 rhinos were killed in the Southern Africa region.

Top Destinations

Antelope Park

After the Victoria Falls,  Antelope Park is regarded as Zimbabwe’s most popular tourist destination. Antelope Park is home to ALERT – one of the world’s leading conservation programmes to help save the African lion from extinction.

Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is another wonderful destination for visitors to Africa.  This is the largest National Park in Zimbabwe, occupying 14 650 square kilometres of land that is rich and abundant in diverse wildlife.

The Matopos Hills

The historical figure; Cecil John Rhodes, was stupified and left breathless upon seeing this beautiful part of Africa.  Rhodes, who was familiar with Southern- Africa, concluded that this was the most beautiful place on the continent.

Zambezi River

The Zambezi River is one of Africa’s greatest rivers.  This 3540 km river profoundly influences the landscape that it flows through as it makes its journey to the Indian Ocean.
The river begins its life in North-West Zambia,

Victoria Falls

As the great explorer, David Livingstone, canoed his way gently down the Zambezi River, he encountered the most beautiful sight that he had ever seen in Africa:  The Victoria Falls.



Lake Kariba

After the Victoria Falls, the Zambezi River flows for a couple of hundred kilometres before becoming Lake Kariba.
Lake Kariba was built half a century ago with the