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Discover Zimbabwe’s best kept secrets with tailor-made holidays from the expert team at A to A Safaris

July 7, 2014 Travel Deals No Comments Email Email

A to A Safaris shares their first-hand knowledge on the best kept secrets in Zimbabwe – Africa’sit destination. With the country’s beautifully preserved national parks and private game reserves, and relatively flexible rules on night activities, travellers can explore Zimbabwe with tailor-made holidays that include exciting activities such as walking safarisand night drives.

A to A Safaris provides irresistible individually designed holidays to Zimbabwe’s must-see and off-the-beaten-track destinations, and exceptional luxury accommodation options. Every camp in A to A Safaris’ Zimbabwe portfolio is small, exclusive and situated in the very best locations in the country, ensuring unforgettable true African safari experience. Guests can experience the beauty of the countries’ finest wildlife up close and personal. Early bookings are advised for those who want to visit the country during its popular winter season, typically from May to October.

There is no better way to explore and experience the African bush than on foot. Walking safaris offers an intimate and raw journey where travellers can engage all their senses – hearing, sight, smell, taste and touch while exploring safely under the guidance of A to A Safari’s professional partners. Zimbabwe is one of the very few countries which allow walking safaris in all its national parks including the country’s largest game park Hwange National Park, the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls, and Mana Pool National Park, both of the latter being Zimbabwean UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Zimbabwe’s walking safari guides are highly qualified due to the difficulties in acquiring license. Clients can rely on their extensive knowledge to experience the best of the country.

“A typical walking safari takes two to four hours of gentle slow paced exploration. Travellers are accompanied by professional guides and experienced game scouts who will ensure their safety, and encourage them to try new things. Multi-day and multi-camp walking and even canoeing safaris are options for those who want to spend a couple of hours walking between each camp interspersed with canoeing, and expect their luggage at the next camp. Travellers can also choose to walk part of the way and rest their legs and game drive the remainder,” says seasoned safari guide and A to A Safaris Managing Director – Asia, Kim Nixon.


Unlike many national parks in Southern and East Africa that do not allow activities after 6pm, wildlife enthusiasts can experiencenight drives at the country’s private game reserves such as Malilangwe Private Game Reserve, where travellers can witness predators in action, and Ruckomechi Camp, a private game reserve located near the popular Mana Pools National Park. Nocturnal encounters might include chameleons, bushbabies, civets, porcupines, aardvarks, and honey badgers.

A to A Safaris, uniquely dedicated to serving the needs of the Asian market, are experts in exceeding the requirements of travellers, whether travelling alone, as a couple, group of friends or even in a multi-generational family group. With decades of hands-on experience seeking out the most luxurious and exclusive destinations and accommodations, travellers’ can be sure they are staying in the best there is to offer.


Top suggestions for Hong Kongers wishing to create their own sensational Zimbabwe holiday include:

Hwange National Park is home to over 100 mammal species, including lion, leopard and rhino, as is known for one of the largest population of elephants in Africa today. The best time to visit is during the dry season from July to October when large densities of wildlife congregate around the park’s waterholes.

Mana Pools National Park is synonymous with the Zambezi River, elephants, lions and its world famous multi-day canoe safaris. A popular destination between May and November, the park has a large population of hippo and crocodiles and is a favourite for large herds of elephant that come out to drink on the banks of Zambezi. Clients can book night drives at Ruckomechi Camp located nearby on prime private game land.

Malilangwe Private Game Reserve is a 50,000 hectare private reserve with healthy populations of lion, buffalo, leopard, elephants and is one of the few havens for both black and white rhino in Africa. The reserve is managed by non-profit trust which works hand in hand with the local communities and provides improved healthcare, education and a major source of livelihood for everyone in the region.

Victoria Falls along the Zambezi River between Zambia and Zimbabwe is known as the greatest curtain of falling water in the world, columns of spray can be seen high in the air from miles away and the height of the rainy season, more than 500 million cubic meters of water plummet over the edge of every minute, over a width of nearly two kilometres, into a gorge over one hundred meters below.

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