Zimbabwe Self Catering
If you are looking for more freedom during your stay in Zimbabwe, stay at a self-catering accommodation.
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Seldom seen cottages are the perfect location for those on the lookout for some peace and quiet and some fresh mountain air. A charming and comfortable getaway nestled in the beautiful Bvumba Mountain region in an area overlooking Mozambique.
Manyame dam is 76kms outside Harare, located in Darwendale Recreational Park and is very well known for its amount of bass fish that has been caught there over the years.
Hwange is one of the wildest parks in Africa and the best time to visit is between August and October when it is dry and the animals come to the many waterholes in the park.
The chalets, cabins, and camp site are set in gallery forest and named after the beautiful indigenous trees that provide a canopy of blissful shade over rolling buffalo lawns.
Victoria Falls is most visited tourist destination in Zimbabwe, and the National Park provides you with a choice of places to stay whilst enjoying discovering Victoria Falls. Activities included game
Chishakwe Ranch House is a home from home for people wanting to experience the bush on their own terms and on a self-catering basis with family and friends. The Ranch House is a sprawling house with a
La Rochelle is the haven of beauty, peace and tranquility. With its recently restored buildings and redesigned gardens, it is the ideal country breakaway. This beautiful Country House is situated near
The Matere cottage is situated in upper Vumba and overlooks the extraordinary scenery of the Burma Valley and the Himalaya Mountains, with Leopard Rock Hotel and Golf Course in the foreground.
Ngodza Hide Out is a small place found along Gardiner Road situated just outside Harare off the Arcturus Road. It is located at the foot of a mountain overlooking a flowing river.
In Kariba Recreational Park there are lodges, camping and caravan sites situated close to the lake shore at the mouth of the Nyanyana river. Hippo can be heard at night in close vicinity to the camp!