How & why to combine your Zimbabwe safari with a beach break…
Wondering why to combine your safari with some time at the beach?!
- Africa has many fantastic and little known #beach destinations.
- The excitement of a #safari and it’s early starts can be tiring- rejuvenate with a few days at the beach before heading home.
- If you are travelling in a group doing both will mean there’s something to suit everyone’s taste.
- Many of these options have a great price point- it’s very affordable!
- Africa is a continent of contrasts and you deserve to see more than one side of it!
Here at Travel Wild we have years of experience at combining your Zimbabwean Safari with time at the beach. This means we ensure it couldn’t be easier for you. Some options that work well are listed below. Contact us to find out more about any one of these or other options such as Cape Town or Namibia.
There are connections via Johannesburg to Maputo, Inhambane and Vilancoulos– we work to ensure the smoothest connections for you and to make sure these work in your favour.
The beauty of Mozambique’s long Indian Ocean coastline is undeniable. There are popular beaches like Tofo, off-shore marine parks, the Quirimbas Archipelago; a 250km stretch of coral islands and the Bazaruto Archipelago farther south which protects rare marine life including dugongs. Given all these options we can definitely find the perfect place and standard of accommodation for you.
Daily flights from Harare via Nairobi with a small wait time in Nairobi. These flights are often very reasonably priced.
We recommend Zanzibar for it’s incredible value, family friendly qualities and for combining time at the beach with incredible culture and cuisine. With some of the continents most scenic and beautiful tropical beaches Zanzibar offers the quintessential ‘beach holiday’ experience. Many resorts offer packages at incredible prices but it’s hard to know which offer true value… we can help with years of experience we know which are family friendly- offer the best service and have access to the best beaches.
There are direct flights 5 times per week from Harare to Lilongwe in Malawi.
The country of Malawi is defined by the enormous Lake Malawi- it’s actually as large as an inland sea. The lake’s southern end falls within Lake Malawi National Park – sheltering diverse wildlife from colourful fish to baboons – and its crystal clear waters are popular for diving and boating. accommodation options that can be overwhelming- luckily we have the inside track and can advise you of exactly where to stay and what to do.
Any questions? We are sure you have lots and we are here to answer them! Get in touch with us today!