If you a nature and wildlife lover, then plan a trip to Zimbabwe sooner than later. The nation offers multiple exciting options for breath-stealing and enthralling safaris. Apart from this, huge waterfalls and hilly landscape amongst other natural splendours will captivate you like never before.
The country was named after huge stone structures of high significance. They were known as ‘dzimba dza mabwe’ which translates to ‘great stone houses’. They stand 11 meters high, as examples of greatness of ancient African architecture. Evidences from the past establish that the natives had abilities in farming, livestock management and casting metallic jewels and ornaments.
The heart of the country is made up of grassy highlands with wide zones of forested savannah. These areas witness temperate climatic conditions. Coming to the lower lands of the Zambezi Valley, it gets hotter. Sindebele and Shona are the languages most widely spoken in the country, even though English and Bantu are the official languages. Christians and Roman Catholics dominate the population. The locals feast on meat dishes and green vegetables cooked in their own, intricate style.
The Victoria Falls at the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia deserves a special mention for being a World Heritage Site. Milky white waters fall straight down from a high cliff to create an unforgettable experience to the visitors. Hwange National Park, the largest national park in the country, comes next on the traveller’s list. It is home to numerous wild creatures. Form the cutest to the wildest, you will get to watch numerous species of birds and animals here. The capital Harare is an enigmatic city brimming with fashion, art and culture. There is much more to this beautiful African country.
If you a nature and wildlife lover, then plan a trip to Zimbabwe sooner than later. The nation offers multiple exciting options for breath-stealing and enthralling safar...