The best way to travel and see the best places is to join an organised tour, this is also the safest way to see as much as possible. As a tourist Zimbabwe is a safe destination to visit but we highly recommend travelling with a tour operator who will guide you in a structured trip.
Small Group, Overland, Wildlife & Adventure Tours in Zimbabwe
Book an Organised Tour of Zimbabwe
On an organised group tour you will get to see the natural beauty of the country for yourself and get close to wildlife on off the beaten track tours, nothing compares to seeing lions, elephants and giraffes in the wild. This really is a thrill seekers paradise. Search small group tours in Zimbabwe for all budgets, options include family tours, active hiking, trekking, cycling and adventure trips and more. Zimbabwe has has a very turbulent recent history and you will need to check latest travel advice before departing.
- Get the chance to get up close to elephants, lions, leopards, black and white rhino and buffalo on this exhilarating trek
- Get an authentic insight into the contemporary culture and lifestyle of the average rural Zulu person whilst having the opportunity, through a meaningful livestock
- See Victoria Falls
- Eat delicious, wholesome meals together with your hosts in the great hut, and sleep in traditional Zulu huts
- Cultural exchange, teaching how to share and be happy with almost no material possessions
Zimbabwe Tour Reviews
"I booked a tour with Oasis Overland and Zimbabwe took me by surprise, as it is such a beautiful country and everyone was so friendly, and there is just something for everyone! Matobo National Park where you can go trekking on foot to see rhino, a safari like no other, where you come back feeling you have learnt so much. Great Zimbabwe Ruins gives you a chance to explore the stone walls and remains of the old Capital City. A few days are spent at a Private Game ranch, where elephants stroll past your tents and you can go on a night time game drive and so much more! And of course there is Victoria Falls, where you can get drenched from the mist of the falls, get the adrenaline pumping by doing a gorge swing (yes that’s me taking the leap!), take a sunset cruise down the Zambezi or fly over the Falls!" - Katie, UK