Dates: 8 to 12 Aug 2016
5days and 4nights
Great Zimbabwe Ruins Located in Masvingo.
Is the largest and most significant ancient monument south of the Sahara and only second to the Egyptian pyramids, one of the country’s heritage. The name Zimbabwe which means “houses of Stones” came from the ruins. The ruins of Great Zimbabwe were built in 1200 AD.
Located 50km from Bulawayo the second largest city in Zimbabwe. An area of numerous cultural and historical sites, granite kopjes and wooded valleys
Enjoy the stunning panoramas at the World’s View and see cave paintings Matopos
• The unique balancing rock features
• The curio souvenir sales crafted by the local communities around the park
Hwange National Park
Hwange National Park Is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe. All Zimbabwe's specially protected animals are found in Hwange. Encounter the native wildlife at Hwange National Park.
ONE OF THE SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD. View the falls and walk through the rainforest while admiring the rainbows, and feeling the spray and thundering noise of the water falling into the gorge.
Optional activities include rafting, elephant riding, helicopter flights over the falls, lion walk experience, canoeing in the afternoon, night game drives, jet boarding, high wire experience, bungee jumping, bridge sliding, and gorge swinging
Countdown to the event
The 62nd IPSF World Conress is anticipated to be exhilarating and it will foment, beyond international interest.