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Lonely Planet and National Geographic top African country.

Zimbabwe Tops Lonely Planet rankings for African countries. This is what they had to say, and we can’t agree more:

A journey to Zimbabwe will take you through an attractive patchwork of landscapes, from high-veld, balancing boulders and flaming msasa trees, to laid-back towns, lush mountains and lifeblood rivers. Here you can spot the Big Five (leopard, lion, rhino, elephant and buffalo) in its national parks, discover World Heritage–listed archaeological sites and stand in awe of one of the natural wonders of the world, Victoria Falls.

We’re also super proud to see Zimbabwe ranked the highest of all African countries on National Geographic’s Cool list of 2019:

Victoria Falls and the surrounding area have always enjoyed the lion’s share of the attention, and for good reason. As well as the beautiful falls themselves, the Zambezi flows through gorges and over rapids that are perfect for those after an adrenaline rush. There’s plenty more to see if you head to the two primary wildlife hotspots: Hwange National Park and Mana Pools National Park. Don’t miss Gonarezhou National Park for amazing wildlife-viewing!

Check out the above lists, and if any of the destinations tickle your fancy – in or out of Zimbabwe – feel free to get in touch with us 👉 here 👈 and we’ll be happy to offer you a free consultation.

AZTA Award

We are humbled and excited by winning the prestigious Association of Zimbabwe Travel Agents (AZTA) Award for Best Tour Operator of the year 2017/8.

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It was wonderful! Harare is so beautiful and my driver was lovely! I will definitely use Nyati Travel again this year.

Nelia from RSA

Matobo Horse Riding

Horse Riding in Matobo (Matopos).

At $180 per person per night, All Inclusive except for National Parks Fees at Matobo National Park.  All modes of payment accepted except for swipe.

A SHORT HISTORY OF RIDE ZIMBABWE.

Still operating under the same principles and ideals of Varden Safaris, Ride Zimbabwe now operates in new riding areas which include Matobo National Park and Cawston Wildlife Estate in Matabeleland. These areas are easily accessible from the major tourism hubs of Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park and Bulawayo.  If you love horses, adventure and the great outdoors there is truly no better way to discover Africa than on the back of one of our beautiful safari horses.

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HIFA 2018 Programme

You will find the HIFA 2018 Programme here.

Nyati Travel has been a proud sponsor of HIFA for 18 years.

Hifa 2015

Rwandair Introduces Harare – Capetown

Rwandair is super excited to share their new route with you! Direct flights from HARARE to CAPETOWN starting 16th May 2018….

horse riding in Hwange

There has never been a better time to visit Zimbabwe and Imvelo Safari Lodges are thrilled to announce the launch of daily horse riding activities for guests enjoying a safari at Bomani and Camelthorn Lodges in the south of Hwange National Park!

7 magnificent and well trained horses are making their way to their new stables on the Camelthorn Concession ready for this fantastic new activity to kick off on the 1st March 2018.

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Spurwing Island January 2018 Special