Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Zimbabwe: Up and Coming!

After spending a decade off the tourist map, Zimbabwe is slowly making a comeback as the political situation improves. It is a country of remarkable diversity and easily explored as each of the many highlights are often not more than a couple of hours drive from another, making it both a self drive and guided touring destination. New Frontiers is one of the first regional ground handlers to expand its offerings throughout Zimbabwe. Our New Frontiers team recently explored Zimbabwe and has created several excellent itineraries featuring the top highlights of this off-the-beaten path destination. Additionally, we offer customized safari options and FIT safaris both escorted and self-drive. Contact us for a detailed trip report and stay tuned for news of our New Frontiers Zimbabwe office opening in early 2011!

Our Best of Zimbabwe itinerary is an in-depth 15-day guided tour (self-drive option available) that visits the highlights of Harare (with its interesting soap stone carving museum), the Eastern Highlands and Vumba, Masvingo and the Great Zimbabwe Ruins, Bulawayo and Matobo Hills, Hwange and ending in Victoria Falls. Optional extensions to Bumi Hills and Mana Pools are available. For more details on this itinerary please contact New Frontiers or the Kusini Collection.

Our Towards the African Sun itinerary is a 10-day tour that includes Victoria Falls, Hwange, Bulawayo and Matobo Hills; a Singita Pumushana extension is available. This safari is ideal for travelers looking to experience the highlights of Zimbabwe with limited time. Travelers will experience the remote and off-the-beaten path feel of this great African destination. For more details on this itinerary please contact New Frontiers or the Kusini Collection.

The Best of the West itinerary is a 10-day tour that visits Bulawayo, Matobo Hills, Hwange National Park and Victoria Falls, and offers an optional extension to Mana Pools or Lake Kariba. This guided safari focuses on history and excellent wildlife view. For more details on this itinerary please contact New Frontiers or the Kusini Collection.

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