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Elephant Chobe National Park is located in the Northern Region of Botswana. It  measures 11700km. It is renowned for it’s teeming game. It has some of the densest concentrations of Elephants, Zebra, Buffalo, Wildebeest and Lions. They are high chances of seeing THE BIG FIVE and they are ever present predictors - HUGE PRIDES OF LION trail the game. Chobe National Park is home to over 450 species of birds. 

Chobe River is a popular tourism center for Game Viewing by either boat or game viewing vehicle.

Victoria Falls is one of the seven wonders of the world. The Kololo called it – Mosi-oa-Tunya meaning The smoke that Thunders. It is the world’s spectacular, largest and certainly the most majestic waterfalls in the world. The falls were made famous to the world in the 1950’s and named by David Livingstone The Victoria Falls after Queen Victoria. He proclaimed –“so lovely that they must be seen by Angels on their flight”.

They are 1708 meters wide and depth of 92 meters high. In November when the falls are in their lowest 20 000 cubic meters of water flows over them each minute, but during heavy rains, this can rise to around 500 000 cubic meters.

Victoria Falls
Giant Makishi Dancers at The Kingdom, Victoria Falls
White Water Rafting
Horn Blower
They are tourist activities to suit all appetites, these includes full day’s excursion either to Hwange national park or Chobe National park in Botswana, Sundowner cruise on the Zambezi, Flight over the falls, Canoeing on the Zambezi, Game viewing, Visiting crocodile farm, Traditional Dancing, Visit to the Monde village, Golf, Fishing, Horse riding, Elephant ride, White water rafting on the rapid below the falls and for the really brave, Bungee Jump 111m on the Victoria Falls Bridge.

Hwange National Park is located in the North Western region, about 279 kilometers from the second largest city of Bulawayo. It is easily accessed by road from Bulawayo or Victoria falls. It is 15000 kilometers in size and it is of Africa’s leading Game reserves and largest in Zimbabwe. It has one of the greatest concentrations of Elephant in the world. The Park’s network of game viewing roads is criss- cross by great herds of Elephant and Buffalo, groups of Rhino, Giraffe, Zebra and Impala and a score of predators, including Lion , Leopard and Cheetah. At night, Lions on patrol are a common sight around luxury hotels and safari lodges. 

Hwange National Park is a big Game country where a visitor has a chance of seeing a herd of elephants, lions, leopard and buffalo.

Hwange National Park has 400 species of birds recorded.


The ruined city near Masvingo is the largest ancient ruins in Sub-Saharan Africa and oldest in Southern Africa. It is the country’s premier National Monument. The towering stone house are the remains of a city of some 20 000 Shona speaking people which prospered between the 12th and 15th centuries. The complex covers about 720 hectares with it’s huge granite walls conical tower and fortresses. Everything has been constructed entirely without mortar, a million stones, each one balancing upon the next in a feat of skill that is hard to imagine today.

A beautiful stylized soapstone fish eagle, now the National Emblem, was found in the ruins

There is souvenir shop and museum containing the archeological artifacts recovered from the ruins.

Great Zimbabwe
Kariba Dam LAKE KARIBA is one of largest man-made lakes in the world and covers an area of 5000km and is over 280km long. When it was firstly proposed to build the dam, the inhabitants of the area, the Tonga tribe lobbied against the idea. They spoke about the sacred land and river which were the home of the Nyaminyami, the half serpent, half fish river God who was the guardian of the river and protector of life in the area. The argument was that the dam would upset the Nyaminyami who would revenge for tampering with the area.

It took four years of incredible engineering to block the mouth of a narrow gorge in order to flood to the Gwembe trough and form the great lake Kariba – a place of outstanding beauty and tranquility.

Visitor find out very quickly the there are few finer ways to witness one of the spectacular African sunset than on the lake kariba, whether on a houseboat or at one of many lodges, fish, watersports, boating and wildlife viewing combine to create excellent memories that are hard to beat.

The Eastern Highlands are situated on the Eastern Border of Zimbabwe. It is the home to Nyangani, the highest mountain in Zimbabwe at 2593m. 

There are streams, waterfalls, lakes, forest, hiking trails and the leopard Rock golf course is considered one of the best mountain courses in the world.

Eastern Highlands
It also includes the Nyanga National Parks  with it’s spectacular World’s View, 30 hectares of indigenous and exotic plants which form the Vumba Botanical gardens, which the visitor a wonderful display of  flora.

Chimanimani is also home to Mtarazi Falls which is Zimbabwe’s highest at 762meters and the beautiful Bride Veil Falls. The crisp mountain air and the lush scenery make this a favourite tourist Destination.

Harare by night Harare is Zimbabwe’s capital and it is a modern cosmoplitan city with a vibrant cultural scene and the starting point for most visitors. It is the most beautiful cities in Africa with thousands of flowering trees lining the streets, the popular being the purple jacarandas and the red flambo yants which flower on spring. 

There are many attraction which include the National Gallery with it’s stunning collections of PAN-AFRICAN art and contemporary shona stone sculptures, the National Botanical Gardens and the famous Mbare Market.

Within easy reach of the city are wildlife attraction at the Lion and Cheetah park, Larvon Bird Gardens and the snake park. Geologist can wonder at the Epworth  Balancing Rocks. 
Matopo means “BALD HEADS” due to the area's many interesting balancing rock structures and giant granite domes. It covers an area of 2000km. It has some giant whale backed rocks form huge caves where the San people have left pre-historic rock paintings. There is a game park with varieties of game including the White Rhino and the World's largest concentration of Black Eagles. 

Picnic sports abound in the park and on the hill “Malindidzimu” the place of benevolent spirits, at “World’s View” lies the tomb of Cecil John Rhodes.

Matopo Hills

Bulawayo is the second largest City and also the second oldest city after Masvingo. The name means “a place of killing” which was given by King Lobengula, after a fierce battle for the land. It has the widest streets in the city center which were designed during early treeking days so that a wagon of 18 oxen would turn around in the road.

It is a pleasure to visit at any season because of it’s highveld climate. It has broad avenue lined with an attractive mixture of archive cure, gracious parks and flowers in perpetual give it special appeal.

Visit to Bulawayo is incomplete without visiting The Township Square Theatre, Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage, Khami Ruins, Railway Museum, Tshabalala Game Sanctuary and Mzilikazi Art and Craft Center. Natural History Museum in Bulawayo exhibits the second largest fully mainted Elephant in the world. 


Rates are available on request. We have some special and discounted group rate for clients above ten and more.


Jetaround Tours and Safaris
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Adam Stander Avenue
Victoria Falls

P.O. Box C.T 366
Victoria Falls

Tel No : +263-13-42118
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Eco-Tourism Contribution

Jetaround Tours and Safaris is involved in eco-tourism by offering clients a visit to the local rural areas
where the tourists will be shown how the local people preserve their environment.

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Latest update:  30 March 2003