Discover Southern Africa


If you love adventures then Zimbabwe is going to get you excited! It’s a fascinating country, home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites, iconic wildlife, friendly people and a plethora of activities to suit all travelers tastes. Visit Victoria Falls, the most expansive curtain of water in the world; explore Hwange, the country’s largest national park where predators and game enthral; experience the unspoilt wilderness of Mana Pools along the Lower Zambezi, renowned for its elephants and abundant game viewing; and for the birders, there’s over 700 species to spot! With some of Africa’s finest guides, capture special moments with your loved ones, whether traveling as a family with children or as a couple on Honeymoon, Zimbabwe is sure to get your pulse racing.  

Map of Zimbabwe in Africa

‘Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight’
– Dr David Livingstone on seeing the Victoria Falls.

What Will the Weather Be?



Zimbabwe is generally a year-round travel destination with a wonderful climate – expect sunny days and cool, clear nights, with temperatures throughout the year ranging from 21°C to 35°C. May to October is the main dry (winter) season, whilst November to April brings humidity and some (summer) rainfall. September and October are extremely hot and dry, whilst June and July temperatures can get down to freezing.  

The Falls are at their highest between March and May when you’ll catch the spray from the raining curtain. June and July are still equally impressive.  


During the dry winter months of July to October when game viewing is at its peak, however May and June are ‘off-season’ so fantastic value and the Falls are spectacular.


There are no real months to avoid, however December to February have the most rainfall, but with the humidity and high temperatures this is a welcome relief!


The best time for game viewing is during the dry winter season between May and October when huge herds of wildlife congregate at the lakes, waterholes and rivers.


October to March are the best months for birding as the food is plentiful, the migrant species are around and many bird species are in breeding plumage.

Let’s Touch Your Imagination


Explore our sample itineraries to spark your imagination. Everyone is unique, so use these samples as an inspirational canvas waiting for your personal aspirations to paint it.

Remember, at Mallerby’s, we believe in tailoring each journey to the individual, ensuring your travel experience is as extraordinary as you are. Let these itineraries be a starting point, a palette of possibilities, waiting for the strokes of your own desires. Your journey is not just a trip; it’s a reflection of your dreams. Let’s craft it together.

Where Will You Travel To


zimbabwe Vic Falls

Victoria Falls

Fondly known as Mosi-oa-Tunya’ in the local language – the smoke that thunders Victoria Falls forms the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia with its impressive curtain of falling water. It’s the adventure capital with a smorgasbord of activities to partake in.  

Zimbabwe Hwange

Hwange NP

The largest game reserve in Zimbabwe, Hwange’s 1.4 million hectares is home to a rich variety of habitats, vegetation and wildlife. Known for its herds of buffalo, elephants, it holds 100 different mammal species, plains game, superb birdlife and white rhino.  

Mana Pools Zimbabwe

Mana Pools NP

Wild and remote, Mana Pools lies along the Zambezi River and its forests and floodplains are home to large herds of elephants, plenty of other game and incredible birdlife. Best explored on foot, canoe and vehicle, Mana Pools offers an authentic wilderness experience 

Zimbabwe Lake Kariba

Matusadona NP & Lake Kariba

The Matusadona National Park adjoins Lake Kariba for the ultimate bush and water experience – think guided walking safaris, game drives, catch and release fishing, sunset cruises, and birding. This area is a haven of serenity with wildlife-rich shores and exquisite scenery.  

zimbabwe Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve


The Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is 130,000-acres of untouched wilderness, set in the southeast corner of Zimbabwe, surrounded by captivating views. Home to the Big 5, over 400 species of birdlife, and impressive rock art sites from Zimbabwe’s rich tribal history 

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