Diving in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe offers a variety of attractions such as Victoria Falls, three national parks and Lake Kariba, which is an inland sea that runs for over two hundred kilometres long (124 miles) and is forty kilometres (24.9 miles) at its widest point. Zimbabwe generally has warm temperatures that seldom exceed 33 ºC (91.4º F) or fall below seven ºC (44.6 ºF). Summer runs from November to February, which is rain season.

Diving in Zimbabwe, you’ll have the rare opportunity of swimming in a landlocked country in south-central Africa that offers a variety of attractions such as Victoria Falls, Lake Kariba, which is an inland sea that is over 200 Km long (124 miles) and Chinhoyi Caves. The majority of their rain falls in the summer months. We recommend you visit from November to May when you won’t find rain, as it’s dry season and you’ll still find warm temperatures. The best way to arrive is by flying to Harare Airport, its international airport.

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Featured places to go in Zimbabwe

Makonde District

In Makonde District, there you will find the famous Chinhoyi Caves, which are a designated national park.

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