At the intersection of Botswana's arid Kalahari and lush Mozambique lies Zimbabwe, bursting with wildlife and panoramic landscapes, a land of contrasts and changing moods.
From Hwange's ancient fossil dunes in the south to her dense teak forsts in the north. From the waterside terraces of Mana Pools, where teeming game breaks cover from dense woodlands in search of Albida fruit and water. From the spectacular red sandstone Chilojo Cliffs to the dramatic Chibilia Falls of Gonarezhou, 'Place of many Elephants'; Zimbabwe is alive with diversity, contrasts and contradictions.
From beautiful African sunsets on Lake Kariba, to the abundant wildlife, including vast herds of elephant, buffalo, zebra and giraffe, treasure troves of gemsbok and brown hyhena, home to Africa's largest wild dog population. And the pumping, unstoppable Zambezi River, lifeblood of the subcontinent, that thunders down the spectacular Victoria Falls.