On Safari In Zimbabwe

Our Zimbabwe Safaris Gets You Close To Nature

Arguably the most exhilarating ways to experience the wild up close and personal the tented safaris are a must for anyone looking for the REAL Africa!

Everyone is welcome on one of our Zimbabwe Safaris – from first time safari travellers to seasoned safari guests the safaris uniquely incorporate the special interests of each guest group, including professional photographers, adventure enthusiasts, birding groups, families with children of any age, corporate/team building and bush weddings & honeymoons.

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How It Works


The luxury mobile camps are erected each time we host a new safari and are taken down after each one. This means we’re setting up a private safari camp just for YOU!

The Camps


We operate camps throughout Zimbabwe, and when you book a safari we arrange for your camp to be set up in the area/s of your choice. The mobile camps are comprised of East-African A-frame tents, each with en-suite bathroom featuring hot water bucket showers & drop or flush toilets. Typically camps are maximum 6 tents, but we have capacity for up to 70 pax on request. To See more on The Tents click here

Safari Areas


Our luxury mobile tented & walking safari operations span Zimbabwe’s premier wildlife areas, including Victoria Falls, Hwange NP, Matopos NP (we also have a semi-permanent luxury tented camp in Matopos on a private concession), Gonarezhou NP, Mana Pools and Matusadona. The luxury mobile camps are set up at National Parks camp sites within the Parks or at private operator sites in the National Parks.   To learn more about our safari areas click here.



One of the greatest features of the mobile safaris is the ability to enjoy unlimited bush activities and to have the activities each day tailored to suit you. This means you can do as much or as little game driving, bush walking or relaxing in camp as you wish. The full flexibility also allows us to incorporate special focuses like birding, professional photography, hiking/adventure activities and even special activities for children. On a typical day, your standard activities might include:

  • Game drives – all day game drives are welcome
  • Bush walks (2-20km)
  • Animal tracking
  • Sundowners at waterholes

Our Guides


A highlight on our Zimbabwe safaris is the guiding. Our guides are all trained in Zimbabwe, where the program is widely recognized as superior to qualifications from other Southern African countries. In addition each of our regular guides has at least 15 years industry experience to their credit.

All our guides will deliver an enriching experience as they inform, participate with and host our guests, but we also take care to appropriate specific guides for specialist safaris that may require it. As an example, we have guides that are particularly good with children on family safaris, and others that have specialist knowledge of birds or photography. We will always pre-check with our guests when booking about their specific interests and will match them up with the guide that will best suit them. Meet Our Guides

Our Safari Vehicles



Our fleet of safari vehicles includes bench and bucket seat cruisers / land rovers, each completely open, with no canvas obstruction. We have 7-seater capacity vehicles, and 10-seaters. We do guarantee window seating for all guests booked on a private safari. Guests booked on group safari / non-exclusive safari basis may not necessarily have a window seat, but we do try to give guests the best possible safari experience and will always strive to ensure each person has window opportunity for game viewing.

Our Transfer Vehicles


Our transfers are in semi-luxury mini-vans, such as Toyota Hiaces, and in a Toyota Hilux for 2-3 pax safaris. Our vehicles are comfortable and air-conditioned. Each vehicle is stocked with bottled water for each transfer and light snacks for longer transfers.

A Typical Day On Safari


6h00: Early morning wake-up call with tea and coffee and a light breakfast at fireside

6h30: First game drive of the day – good time to catch the cats before they retire to some shade for the day

11h00: Brunch in Camp – a hearty full breakfast plus extras after an invigorating morning out

13h30-15h00: Siesta Time! – take some time to relax and soak up the tranquility that comes with being out in the middle of


15h00: High Tea – A great tradition on safari and a great excuse to eat more!

15h30: Afternoon game drive with sundowners – competition for water in Hwange is high and when the thirsty herds

venture down to drink, so will we!

19h00: Dinner in Camp, followed by drinks around the fire