Zimbabwe! is a country with many sights to see and explore!

Zimbabwe is a country with many sights to see and explore beyond its well-known attraction, Victoria Falls. While the falls are undoubtedly a must-visit destination, Zimbabwe has much more to offer visitors. From the stunning wildlife in the various parks to the ancient ruins of ""Great Zimbabwe"", there are plenty of places to discover in this beautiful African nation.

Shona sculpture from Sampson Kuvenguhwa - Artist name Sam Kuve - Shona Sculptor

Discover the best holidays while immersing yourself in the vibrant world of Shona Sculpture and the rich tapestry of Zimbabwean traditions. Get ready to meet two remarkable artists, Barry Lungu and Sampson Kuvenguhwa, also known as Sam Kuve, who will guide you through this extraordinary experience.

Immerse yourself in Zimbabwe's awe-inspiring landscapes and delve into its cultural heritage. From the majestic Victoria Falls, known as "The Smoke That Thunders," to the ancient ruins of ""Great Zimbabwe"", this country is a treasure trove of natural and historical wonders.

But the journey doesn't stop there. Zimbabwe's art scene is a vibrant tapestry that will leave you inspired. Shona Sculpture, renowned worldwide, captures the essence of Zimbabwe's spirit through captivating stone carvings. Explore the workshops and galleries where Barry Lungu and Sam Kuve bring their masterpieces to life. Their intricate designs and attention to detail will fascinate art enthusiasts and collectors alike.

Experience the warmth and hospitality of the Zimbabwean people as you engage with the local culture. Immerse yourself in traditional music and dance, and taste the flavors of Zimbabwean cuisine. From the bustling markets of Harare to the tranquil rural villages, every corner of this country reveals a unique aspect of its history and traditions.

Barry Lungu and Sam Kuve will serve as your guides, sharing their stories and insights into the world of Zimbabwean art. Barry's expertise lies in capturing the soul of wildlife in his sculptures, while Sam's creations draw inspiration from the beauty of nature and the resilience of the human spirit.

Whether you're an art lover, a history enthusiast, or simply seeking a new adventure, Zimbabwe offers an experience like no other. Join us on a journey that celebrates the best of this remarkable country, where you'll encounter the magic of Shona Sculpture, immerse yourself in vibrant culture, and forge lifelong memories. Let Barry Lungu and Sampson Kuvenguhwa - Sam Kuve - lead the way as you explore the captivating art, culture, and history of Zimbabwe.

Enjoy the destinations:

Hwange National Park is one such destination. Located not far from Victoria Falls, it is the largest national park in Zimbabwe and ""Home"" to a wide range of wildlife, including elephants, lions, cheetahs, and wild dogs. Visitors can enjoy game drives or guided walks to experience the park's beauty up close. Or do as Kevin did - visit the locals - read about his experience here - A Trip to the Family of My Very Good Friend Thandanani in Hwange.

""Great Zimbabwe"" is another significant destination in Zimbabwe. The ancient ruins date back to the 11th century and are a testament to the country's rich history and culture. Visitors can explore the ruins and learn about the ancient civilization that once thrived there.

Mana Pools National Park is a popular destination for adventurous travelers. This UNESCO World Heritage site is located on the banks of the Zambezi River  and offers canoeing and fishing opportunities. Game drives and walking safaris are also available, providing visitors with the chance to spot some of Zimbabwe's diverse wildlife.

Matobo National Park is a unique and fascinating destination. The area is famous for its stunning rock formations and ancient rock art, and visitors can go on guided tours to learn about the region's history and culture. The landscape is also a highlight, with breathtaking views of the surrounding hills.

Lake Kariba  is a paradise for fishing enthusiasts. This vast lake is ""Home"" to a wide range of fish species, including the prized tiger fish. Visitors can go on fishing tours or simply relax and take in the stunning scenery of this beautiful location.  The Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe and South Gonarezhou National Park are a few other sights worth seeing.

Zimbabwe's cities are also worth exploring. Harare and Bulawayo are both vibrant cultural hubs, with a particular focus on Shona Sculptures. Art galleries and museums provide insight into the country's rich artistic traditions.

If you're planning a trip to Zimbabwe, it's important to know how to get there and what the weather is like as well as what activities you can take part in. The country is easily accessible by air, with a number of airlines offering flights from around the world. The best time to visit is from May to September when the weather is cooler and drier.

To make planning your trip easier, we've included a suggested holiday itinerary with distances between different areas. This will help you make the most of your time in this incredible country and discover all the amazing places it has to offer.

Overall, Zimbabwe is a destination that should not be missed. With its incredible wildlife, stunning natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and friendly people, it's a country that has something for everyone to enjoy.