The Eastern Highlands Of Zimbabwe


The beautiful Eastern Highlands mountain range extends 300 km from north to south and forms a natural border in the east between Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The Eastern Highlands can be split into three distinct areas; Nyanga to the north, Bvumba roughly in the centre and the fierce granite spikes of Chimanimani to the south. Due to its high altitude the highlands have a cooler and wetter climate than the rest of Zimbabwe, with low cloud and heavy mists. Many streams and rivers originate in these mountains, which form the watershed between the Zambezi and the Save River systems. With its rolling hills,...




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What to see and do in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe . For some of the best trout fishing in Africa you should visit the Gairesi Valley. The national parks and private dams provide good fishing for brown and rainbow trout, making the Nyanga area one of the best districts for trout fishing in Africa
Three major rivers – The Save, Runde and Mwenezi – cut their courses through Gona-rez-hou national park, forming pools and natural oases from which hundreds of species of birds, wildlife and fish gather to feed and drink

  • Nyanga National Park

    is situated in the northernmost part of the Eastern Highlands, the park is not a game park but there are waterbuck, steenbok, leopard, kudu, wildebeest and the area is rich in birdlife.
    Here you will find:

    • Zimbabwe's highest mountain, Nyangani (2593m)Nyanga's Ancient Ruins Nyazengu Nature Reserve Pungwe Gorge Honde Valley with it's tea and coffee estates and fruit farms Mutarazi National Park where Africa's second highest waterfall, Mutarazi Falls, can he seen.Visit nyangombe falls
    • Mountain hiking is the adventure activitiy that you do.

    The nearest major centre to Nyanga is Mutare.
    It is surrounded by mountains and has an excellent climate. There are nature reserves within a few minutes drive of the city centre

Just twenty kilometres to the south of Mutare is a mountainous region called
Apart from fantastic views into Mozambique there is a range of vegetation which varies from green lush pasture lands to deep montane forests
* Bunga forest in the Bunga Botanical Reserve.
* Bumba Botanical gardens is known for it's wooden bridges, streams, lakes, aloes and its spectacular views


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Vic Falls & world's famous elephant park.
Enjoy these two major tourist destinations in southern Africa. Its a holiday package that gives you the opportunity to experience activities in Vic falls and game viewing in Chobe national Park. Victoria falls regarded one of the seven wonders of the world. Chobe national park one of the best parks to view animals from the boat and large groups of elephants .




Victoria falls & Hwange national park 4 nights 5 days
world wonder and the big five game in hwange
This trip features Victoria falls and the largest national park of Zimbabwe (Hwange National Park). Victoria falls is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. It features a lot of adventure activities that you can partake while staying in Victoria falls. It is one of the mail highlight in African holidays. For the big five game lovers Hwange is waiting for you to explore her. Its one of the best parks in Africa with vast of animals and variety bird species.
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victoria falls, chobe national park & the delta
The Okavango Delta is one of the world’s largest inland water systems. It's headwaters start in Angola’s western highlands, with numerous tributaries joining to form the Cubango river, which then flows through Namibia (called the Kavango) and finally enters Botswana, where it is then called the Okavango. Millions of years ago the Okavango river use to flow into a large inland lake called Lake Makgadikgadi (now Makgadikgadi Pans).
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