Winter is finally here, and with gas and energy costs skyrocketing, it only makes sense to book a lavish vacation someplace warm to keep warm. Fortunately, there are a lot of locations one can travel to around this time that offer wonderful weather, terrific vibes, and are perfect for getting into the Christmas spirit, such as Malaga, Nairobi, or Brazil. This time, we’re taking you all the way down south, all the way to Zimbabwe. What’s not to enjoy about a destination that promises clear sky, a lovely cool wind, and warm sunny 25-degree days?
Victoria Falls is unquestionably the most breathtaking location anyone has ever seen, according to anyone who has been to Zimbabwe. Despite the fact that the precise location of Victoria Falls has never been fully determined due to the falls straddling the Zimbabwean and Zambian borders, it remains one of the World’s Seven Wonders. Who could argue that it is a wonder given the breathtaking vista of the falls from the Zambian border down to the surrounding flora. This is the perfect location if you’re seeking to take some amazing photos that will blow people away. There are still some fascinating things to do at Victoria Falls in addition to the wonderful resorts that come with the vacation. There are many outdoor sports, including water rafting and bungee jumping, that can be done if you want to get your heart racing and your adrenaline pumping.
But travellers who want to unwind rather than partake in extreme activities should have no fear. Safari excursions, elephant sightings, and river cruises on the serene Zambezi River are more leisurely pursuits. The river cruises are the most well-liked part of the trip because they offer complete catering, opulent lodging, enjoyable music, lovely views, and exceptional hippos appearances. Additionally, the area has a large selection of eateries that serve a variety of cuisines, including some traditional ethnic dishes. For all history buffs, there is still a chance to learn more about Zimbabwe’s history and culture while still having a good time. The Jafuta Heritage Centre has a diverse collection of indigenous arts, ranging from traditional musical instruments to hunting weaponry. Not to mention the big statue of David Livingstone, that was built during his colonial rule. The only thing we have to warn you about, in regards to your trip, are the monkeys who may want to peek into your room and possibly nibble on some of your food sometimes but otherwise mean no harm.
What is the most direct route? Because Zimbabwe is a small country, it is easy to travel to Victoria Falls, although the journey will almost likely be long. This is why we recommend choosing one of the local airlines, such as FastJet, to get you there on time. Harare’s major airport features several wonderful boutiques where you may start your shopping early, as well as gorgeous lounges with amazing bars and restaurants. Of course, we can’t forget about the excellent internet service, which allows you to pass the time by reading the Herald or playing games on sitesnotongamstop.com, both of which we highly recommend.
All that remains for you to do is pack your bags and book your trip!