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HOW TO DO IT

You would need at least a month to do full justice to all of Zimbabwe’s remarkable sights, so most people select a combination of attractions that suit their interests and which are easily linked. Here we highlight three popular circuits, each with their own character, which show the country’s versatile nature and accessibility. Link them together for the ultimate grand tour!

GETTING AROUND

AIR CHARTER

A number of the more remote destinations are easily accessed by air, which ofiers a quicker transfer time than road transport. For those who don’t have budget restrictions but who are short on time, this option is recommended. Charter operators provide safe, reliable, quick and comfortable access to most of the major national parks and a number of the safari camps have bush airstrips. Charter fiight times are usually confirmed 24-48 hours before departure if travelling on a ‘seat’ basis rather than a private charter basis, so keep this in mind when planning your circuit.

PRIVATE ROAD TRANSFER

For those on a slightly tighter budget or who prefer to travel by road, it is recommended to book road transfers with a private operator who will provide a comfortable and reliable door-to-door service to your destinations. Vehicles are generally air-conditioned minibuses, but be aware that circuits can be limited due to the distance between destinations.

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