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Destinations 2018-05-07T11:25:39+00:00

DESTINATIONS








Victoria Falls

“Mosi oa-Tunya” (the smoke that thunders) is
one of the seven wonders of the natural world
and a must see to any visitor to Africa. Easily
accessible from Victoria Falls is Masumu
River Lodge (Binga, Lake Kariba). A 35 minute
light aircraft flight or a 5 hour leisurely drive
through the Tongan rural lands brings you to the
spectacular Lake Kariba and our stunning lodge
over looking the many islands of Elephant Bay.

Hwange

The largest game reserve in Zimbabwe, Hwange
National Park’s Main Camp lies 2.5 hours south
of the mighty Victoria Falls and only 2.5 hours
from our harbour and Masumu River Lodge.
Hwange is notorious for its huge elephant
population, close to 50 thousand! ZC&S operate
with a number of the best camps and lodges in
Hwange National Park as part of their country
wide itineraries.

Lake Kariba

When Lake Kariba was contructed in 1959 it
was the largest man-made lake in the world
and still remains the largest by volume. For first
time visitors, the magnitude of this aqua marine
lake is comparable to the size of an ocean. No
where else in Africa can one cruise these vast
distances upon such a remote and untouched
wilderness. The sunsets and backdrop of the
Zambezi Escarpment are renowned as some of
the best in the world.







Mana Pools

Located down stream from Kariba on the
Zambezi River is this World Heritage Reserve
which is famous for its wildlife, incredible beauty,
inland pools and unique flood plain. Mana Pools
is a short 20 minute light aircraft flight from our
Lake Kariba lodges and harbour or a 2 hour drive
through the Zambezi Escarpment to Chirundu.
From Chirundu one would board a transfer boat
for a thrilling 1.5 hour river trip into Main Mana
and the stunning camps whom we operate with.

Matobo National Park

Matobo National Park lies in the southwest of
Zimbabwe. It is known for its range of huge
balancing granite rock formations and its
stunning scenery and cultural history. The park
has significant populations of black eagles, black
and white rhinos and the grave of Cecil John
Rhodes, founder of the former British Colony,
Rhodesia. Shashani Lodge as pictured above lies
within a private game reserve and is only a half
an hour drive to the main National Park.

Pamuzinda & Chengeta Safari Lodges

Situated an hour from the capital city Harare,
these two unique loges are a haven for wildlife
within a 13 500 acre reserve. This is a great
start or end to a safari circuit in Zimbabwe. A
vast array of wildlife and activities are on offer
at both lodges, as well as the option to visit our
own rural primary and secondary school of 900
pupils & community projects.