Zimbabwe is one of the most underrated countries in the world that can offer a myriad of adventure and natural places to explore. As obvious per Zimbabwe news, the country is infamous for political turmoil and economic instability. However, this exotic country has more to offer to visitors than one can expect. Zimbabwe’s currency is the Zimbabwean dollar and due to the low value of Zimbabwe’s currency, you can get a higher quality service at a relatively low price in Zimbabwe. Compared to its neighboring states, Zimbabwe is much more affordable option that offers a similar type of an amazing African experience. If you’re a fan of the “Madagascar” movie, then you will enjoy the national parks in Zimbabwe.
These parks showcase Zimbabwe’s exotic wildlife, which is one of the finest in Africa. In Hwange National Park, you will get chance to watch zebras running, elephants chilling, and many other animals. Being located in the north-west of Zimbabwe, Hwange Park has a Belgium sized area and is home to lions, cheetahs, elephants, sable etc other well-known National parks include Mana pools National Parks and South Gonarezhou National Park. Zimbabwe is home to the best wildlife is in Africa. It encompasses various types of bird, mammal, and reptile species. Zimbabwe bears a habitat for various carnivores, such as lions and cheetahs. The country also boasts large herds of rhinoceros, buffalos, giraffes, and zebras.
There are more than 670 bird species recorded in Zimbabwe’s savannas and wilderness. Bird symbols and carvings were discovered on the walls of ancient buildings when the ruins of Zimbabwe were found due to the discovery of this the Zimbabwean bird has become the national emblem of the country. Another reason why you should travel to Zimbabwe is the chance to enjoy beautiful nature. The country has beautiful rivers, savannas and highlands. First you can enjoy the amazing savannas of the country by visiting national parks. Then, you may enjoy the amazing scenery in the Eastern Highlands, aka the Manica Highlands in Matombo National Park, the erosion process has created fascinating formations, the most famous one being the Matombo Hills. Zimbabwe also features the largest man-made lake in the world, lake Kariba.
Visitors can enjoy sailing and motorboating on the lake. Another push factor to travel to Zimbabwe is getting a chance to see one of the worlds largest waterfalls, Victoria Falls. Being located on the Zambezi River at the boarder of Zambia and Zimbabwe, and being one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Victoria Falls is the most marvelous places in the world. It is twice as wide and deep as Niagara Falls. Apart from being attractive in terms of its wildlife, national parks and nature, Zimbabwe is home to one of the friendliest people in Africa. A lot of visitors give excellent reviews to Zimbabwe and their high positive attitude towards tourists. A Zimbabwean smile is something you will get wherever you go within the country.