It is in the unspoilt northern parks that we concentrate our safari operations.
Mana Pools National Park located on the Zambezi River, offers superb wildlife viewing and vistas, home to hippos, rhino and birdlife.
Along the Botswana border, Hwange National Park is home to some of southern Africa’s last great elephant, buffalo and sable herds.
The Zambezi River has spectacular scenery as well as one of the world’s natural wonders: the Victoria Falls, making a 108m drop into narrow Batoka Gorge, where there’s white-water rafting and bungee-jumping.
Seasons and Weather:
December to March: Rainy months with the higher eastern areas usually receiving more rainfall than the lower lying western areas.
April to May: Most of the rain is gone, leaving a verdant setting which is starting to dry out, especially in more southerly and higher locations and night temperatures start to drop.
June to August: The nights become a lot more cooler while the days remain warm and clear. This is the start of the “peak season” where skies are clearer and best for sightseeing.
September to October: The temperatures rise, especially in lower lying rift valleys and Mana Pools. During this time you will see fantastic game and wildlife.
November: The weather is unpredictable, it can be hot and dry but also see rainfall.
|Hi-Lo in Fahrenheit:||90/63||86/63||88/64||84/57||84/50||77/45||77/43||82/46||91/57||93/64||88/64||88/63|
|Rainfall in inches:||8.42||7.28||3.94||1.77||0.20||0.12||0.04||0.12||0.16||0.79||3.94||7.48|