3-5 DAY TRIPS

Experience the diversity Zimbabwe boasts; from landscapes, to cultures, to wildlife. This is what you can expect in Zimbabwe #magic

Kariba

Destination Details

The most successful World Bank project ever! This hydroelectric dam separates the Zambezi River and now hosts the resort town whose name is derived and manipulated from the Shona word ‘Kariva’, which means ‘little trap’. The resort town is now the beginning of tourist activities surrounding the Lake, with islands along the shores, just waiting to be explored.

Tiritose will customise the tour according to your preferences, and available travel time, so hit us up, and let’s get exploring!

Provisional Itinerary

Day 1: Depart Harare

Stop-over at Chinhoyi Caves
tour of the bridge

Day 2: Boat cruise on Zambezi River: overnight at Matusadonha National Park

Fishing for bream, tiger and bass fish

Boat game viewing

Day 3: Boat ride back to shore

Nyamhunga Township tour & souvenir shopping

Drive back to Harare

Great Zimbabwe

Destination Details

Built in the 11th Century, this large collection of stone ruins and UNESCO World Heritage Site offers a glimpse to ancient civilisation, history and culture. The tour takes you through times past, and the modern, largest man-made inland lake in Zimbabwe: Lake Mutirikwi (formerly known as Lake Kyle). You will be able to see engineering genius on the dam wall as well as the recreational park, where you will find 3 of the big 5 wildlife!

Tiritose will customise the tour according to your preferences, and available travel time, so hit us up, and let’s get exploring!

Provisional Itinerary

Day 1: Depart Harare

Gweru Military Museum

Shurugwi: Boterekwa scenery

Tour of Great Zimbabwe Ruins

Day 2: Tour of the Great Zimbabwe Ruins

Gonarezhou National Park

Chilojo Cliffs

Day 3: Departure

Drive from Chiredzi to Harare via Masvingo

Victoria Falls

Destination Details

A place that needs no introduction – a spectacular natural wonder, boasting awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur! Mosi-oa-Tunya as described by the Kololo inhabitants in the 1800s referring to the largest curtain of falling water in the world – Smoke that Thunders! Enjoy the natural rain forest, bicycle ride to the big tree, game viewing, township tours, and oh yes! The Boma dinner and drumming session.
Tiritose will customise the tour according to your preferences, and available travel time, so hit us up, and let’s get exploring!

Provisional Itinerary

Day 1: Depart Harare

Hwange National Park

Game Drive

Day 2: Hwange National Park

Depart for Victoria Falls

Tour of the Falls

Day 3: Victoria Falls

Activities (offered in a separate brochure)

Day 4: Victoria Falls

Activities (offered in a separate brochure)

Day 5: Depart Victoria Falls

Eastern Highlands

Destination Details

The picturesque capital of Zimbabwe – here lies a city, several towns and villages that make up the best variety of scenic views. From the town of Rusape, literally referring to ‘a place that never dries out’; to Mutare, a city founded after gold was discovered in Penhalonga (1897); then to Inyanga, a town of rolling green hills and home to the highest mountain in the country, which leads us to Honde Valley and Vumba mountains, where tea and coffee is produced, along with the botanical gardens; lastly stopping in Chimanimani, a place with unparalleled gushing springs, rugged mountain grandeur and cascading waterfalls.

The Eastern Highlands combined make the region a unique theatre of nature’s artistry!

Tiritose will customise the tour according to your preferences, and available travel time, so hit us up, and let’s get exploring!

Provisional Itinerary

Day 1: Depart Harare

Hike Mount Nyangani

Nyangombe Falls

Day 2: Inyanga

Ziwa Ruins

Mtarazi Falls (Skywalk & Zipline)

Day 3: Vumba

Botanical Gardens

Mount Vumba

Tony’s Coffee Shop

Day 4: Chimanimani

Mount Binga

Bridal Veil

Village tour

Day 5: Depart for Harare

Birchenough Bridge

Mutare Museum

Bulawayo

Destination Details

The industrial and manufacturing capital of Zimbabwe, which turned its lights on ahead of London. It is home to the last Royal King of the country “Lobengula”. A trip here outlines early civilisation with the stone monuments at Khami Ruins, embodies the colonial history through Rhodes’s grave at Matopo Hills & cave paintings. The railway museum as well as the natural history museum make the city one of the best destinations.

Tiritose will customise the tour according to your preferences, and available travel time, so hit us up, and let’s get exploring!

Provisional Itinerary

Day 1: Depart Harare

Gweru Military Museum

Bulawayo City tour

Day 2: Bulawayo

Khami Ruins

Township tour

Chipangali Game Park

Day 3: Matopos

Rhino Tracking

Hiking

Rhodes’ Grave

Day 4: Depart for Harare

Mutoko Cultural Excursion

Destination Details

Mutoko, a small town established as an administrative station in 1911, and home to the Buja people who settled in this area from Mhingari, now Mozambique. It is from this area that the country is fed, with tomatoes, mangoes, cotton, maize and beans being some of the most grown crops. There are several attractions in Mutoko, leading with the Mutemwa Leprosy Centre established in 1937, and the centre where 25,000 people attend a church service in honour of John Bradburne, a Catholic martyr.

Mutoko ruins are the remains of ancient civilisation (14th Century), referred by locals as Tere raMakate, meaning Makate’s old village – an ancient chief who ruled the area until he was subdued by Nehoreka, who came from the north: now Mozambique. There are several caves in and around the Mutoko area, including, Madzimudzangara Cave, Ruchera Cave, Manemba Cave, and Gambarimwe Cave. Although some of the caves are remote, we make a reasonable effort to see them.

The Last Destination is a living village museum, with a collection of traditional weapons, art, and is a cultural preservation centre. Sekuru (an endearing term for an elderly man) Chiunye runs this museum together with his wife, and it gives visitors a chance to live and experience Zimbabwean culture and history. Nyadire River Fishing Safaris are on hand to take you on boat rides, and fishing camps.

Provisional Itinerary

Day 1: Depart Harare

Tour of the farms: tomatoes and tobacco

Mtemwa Leprosy Centre

Sunset hike

Day 2: boat ride on Nyadire River and fishing

Mutoko Ruins (Tere raMakate)

Last Destination Museum

Day 3: Visit to the local Chief’s Court

Depart for Harare

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