The 4 Best places to visit in Zimbabwe

By: Tinotenda Sibanda | Posted On: 2020-07-29 00:38:52 || Views: 4



Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.

Zimbabwe is one of the most beautiful places in the world to start your travel adventures. Most Zimbabweans would think getting on a plane and crossing the border is the best way to begin their travel journey and writing in your travel diaries but I’m here to show you just how beautiful Zimbabwe is and the introduce you to some places you should definitely put on your travel bucket list.

Bumi Hills

Bumi Hills

What a delight it is to see Lake Kariba from many captivating angles.

This is one of the spectacular views of the lake that can catch your eyes, I will list a few activities that you might be willing to engage in and a few travel tips that might come in handy

 

Boating

Cruise down Lake Kariba while a River Guide tells you stories passed down from generation to generation, tales of traditional fishing and the local people.

Tip

A pair of binoculars is probably the handiest item to bring along so you catch all views from far and wide and never miss anything.

 

Fishing

Spend the day cruising the water and taking in the gorgeous views. Try your hand at fishing for Tiger, Bream (Tilapia) or Vundu to be caught and then released.

Tip

  • A fishing rod is appropriate for this activity
  • A pair of sunglasses to block the sun
  • A big veranda hat

 

Stargazing

After a day in the bush, relax next to the campfire and allow yourself to get lost in the starry night above. At night, the stars utterly dominate the land; their brilliance and immediacy is totally arresting. Guides from the Bumi hills safari lodge have a growing passion in astronomy and are able to show you show you several star constellations including those which make up the Milky Way.

Tip

You need the most comfortable pair of clothes just to relax and watch the Milky Way.

 

Night drive

Experience the bush when elusive nocturnal wildlife awakens to hunt, forage and live their lives under the cover of darkness.

 

Binga

Have you ever heard about the “Binga Beach”

Binga

This is Binga, whose name apparently roughly translates to either ‘the enclosure surrounding a chief’s village’ or ‘a thick forest country’. 

Binga is a fishing, boating and cultural centre located on the South-Eastern shores of Lake Kariba in Matabeleland North province. It was built to accommodate the BaTonga people whose homelands had been flooded in the late 1950s when the Kariba dam wall was constructed. While you enjoy the shore you may find beautiful accommodation at the Masumu river lodge where you will enjoy the beautiful views of the lake and later take a walk on the shore. This is definitely a summer vibe.

 

SkyDeck Mountain Retreat

SkyDeck Mountain Retreat

The chilly highlands of Zimbabwe also makes the cut with some noteworthy facilities showing up on my tourism radar and today I just want to scrutinize one of them that has caught my attention of late. Well, there is this new majestic lodge coming up called Skydeck Mountain Retreat and its proving to be a hot addition to the Zim tourism industry even though it’s located in a chilly, hilly area where exactly is this.

 

Pamushana – Singita Gonarezhou

Pamushana – Singita Gonarezhou

Perched high on a sandstone ridge, Singita Pamushana Lodge’s eight elegant suites – all with private plunge pools is set within the 130,000-acre Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in Zimbabwe’s remote southeast.

The Malilangwe Reserve boasts one of the highest concentrations of the endangered black rhino and its abundant wildlife makes for unparalleled game-viewing opportunities. With private access to this untouched wilderness, guests can immerse themselves in nature on twice-daily game drives, bush walks, sundowner boat cruises, excursions to rock art sites and more.

 

Tinotenda Sibanda is Consultant at Industrial Psychology Consultants (Pvt) Ltd a management and human resources consulting firm. Phone +263 4 481946-48/ 481950/ 2900276/ 2900966 or email tinotendas@ipcconsultants.com or visit our website at www.ipcconsultants.com      


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