Zimbabwe is an enigmatic animal. It had a particularly turbulent withdrawal from the era of European colonialism in Africa, as it was ravaged by wars and civil unrest. While there are still some unresolved human rights issues and authoritarian inclinations in the administration, the overall belief is that these threats are gradually dissipating. That means Zimbabwe is re-entering the safari fold, enticing intrepid travelers with its inselberg-studded backwoods, teak forests, and cypress-strewn hills; its craggy Eastern Highlands, where curious monkeys shelter against the cold air; and its deep caverns and underground riverways.
Of course, there are some well-known sights, including the thundering wonder of Victoria Falls and Harare, Zimbabwe's up-and-coming metropolis. So, if you're feeling daring and willing to take risks, this African south's lost pearl is definitely worth contemplating.
Let's have a look at the greatest spots to go in Zimbabwe: