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Aboard the Stimela Star

Aboard the Stimela Star

Sue Watt can’t resist a novel way of transferring from Victoria Falls to Hwange National Park “She’s a bit of a faded lady, but she’s lots of fun,” Butch says of the new love in his life. And having...

Guess where?

Guess where?

This has to be one of the most dramatic and rugged landscapes in Africa, captured so evocatively in this series of pics by Bad Rabbit Studios. Part of the ‘Afromontane archipelago’ which stretches from the Great Rift Valley in...

Good times in Harare

Good times in Harare

If you like art, food, shopping and nature, you’ll find the buzzing Zimbabwean capital to be a great starting point for your trip or a destination in its own right. Words and photographs by Christopher Scott Business is low...

Zimbabwe unwrapped

Zimbabwe unwrapped

An insider’s overview, from the experts at Steppes Travel Why visit? Following the recent political changes in the country, there has been a noticeable revival in Zimbabwe. Reinvestment and positive changes are taking place, new lodges are being built...

Senses and sensibility

Senses and sensibility

The new Super Sensory Safari in Mana Pools National Park demonstrates how innovative ideas and specialist guiding are enriching the experience of the modern-day safari. Words and photographs by Mike Unwin "How would nature build a city?” The question...

The wheels deal

The wheels deal

Mike Unwin takes his family on a road trip in Zimbabwe. Starting at Victoria Falls, he travels south through Hwange National Park to Bulawayo, explores the otherworldly Matobo Hills, then continues east to the ruins of Great Zimbabwe, and...

Walking in the wild

Walking in the wild

Rose Gamble relays her experience of walking in the remote Gonarezhou National Park, one of southern Africa’s great untramelled reserves It was our first dusk. We’d parked by an enormous baobab tree, decanted G&Ts into glasses and walked 200m...

From ground level

From ground level

Emma Gregg travels to Mana Pools, Zimbabwe’s northernmost national park, to experience this magnificent Natural World Heritage Site on foot My bed for the night is 24 steps up in the crown of an ancient tree. Before I climb,...

On the right track

On the right track

It’s great to hear of a national park that is thriving, and whose challenges are the result of its successes. So we sent Geoffrey Dean to Hwange for an enviable visit to see what kind of experience is on...

50 Shades of blue

50 Shades of blue

It’s Africa’s largest inland body of water — and the world’s largest man-made reservoir. Lake Kariba is immense, scenically outstanding and incredibly rich in wildlife, and what better way to explore it than on a houseboat, waking to a...

Hwange’s new pride

Hwange’s new pride

Sue Watt takes a trip to Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, the home of Cecil the lion, to find out more about life there, and what has changed in the past year since his death. All photographs by Will Whitford....

Pride of place

Pride of place

A year after the killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, Shelley Cox reports on what his death taught us The earliest recorded depictions of lions were painted on the walls of caves some 32,000 years...

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