Rated as one of the
"8 Outstanding Conservation Safaris Around The World"
by Epicure & Culture
Spring Break 2020 Special (30% off)
Dates: April /March, 2020
Journey to Zimbabwe with us, where you will be immersed in the natural wonders and spectacular views of Victoria Falls, the Zambezi River, and the Batoka Gorge. Enjoy daily safaris to discover the extraordinary wildlife thriving in the Hwange and Zambezi National parks. While on this adventure you will learn about one of the rarest species on the African continent, the African Painted Dog! We will work on a conservation project with our NGO partners, the Endangered Canid Project and The Painted Dog Research Trust in Zimbabwe, and enjoy learning about the dogs from our Trip Leader, Carrie Culp, Executive Director of ECP.
In addition to the family friendly safaris Zimbabwe offers, as part of the Learn, Serve, Immerse components of this tour, you and your family will have the opportunity to immerse in the local culture by connecting with the people of Ngunyana Village and visit with Ngamo School, just outside of Hwange National Park.
Located in southeastern Africa, Zimbabwe is known for natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, several UNESCO World Heritage sites, and serene, crowd free, and abundant wildlife parks. Read more about the Top 8 reasons to take a Conservation Safari to Zimbabwe in 2019!
Give the Gift of Meaningful Travel Holiday Promo: Take $250 off per person when you book two or more people on this trip or 5 other select trips that tackle global issues in 2020. That means a family of four can save $1,000 on a transformative trip of a lifetime. Trip Deposit must be made by December 31, 2019.
Learning Themes unique to this tour
The wildlife and ecosystems of Zimbabwe’s World Heritage sites and National Parks including Victoria Falls, the Zambezi River, Batoka Gorge, Hwange National Park and Zambezi National Park.
Observe and study the most rare species on the continent of Africa, the Painted Dog ( a.k.a African Wild Dog) near Victoria Falls, and in Zambezi National Park.
History and cultural traditions of Zimbabwe’s people including the Shona and Ndebele ethnic groups.