Zimbabwe has one of the most iconic natural wonders in the world, Victoria Falls. Students can witness the sheer power and beauty of the falls, learn about the geology and formation of the Zambezi River, and explore the surrounding rainforest ecosystem.
Zimbabwe has a rich history and is home to significant archaeological sites like the Great Zimbabwe Ruins, an ancient city with impressive stone structures. Visiting these historical sites can provide insights into the country’s history, culture, and its ancient civilizations. Students can go on a safari in Hwange or Mana Pools. Observing animals in their natural habitats allows students to learn about wildlife conservation and the importance of protecting endangered species.
Zimbabwe is known for its warm and welcoming people. Engaging with locals can provide students with an authentic cultural experience and a chance to practice their interpersonal and cultural understanding skills.
We offer educational tours and programs that focus on wildlife conservation, community development, and environmental sustainability. These programs can provide students with a hands-on understanding of the challenges and solutions related to conservation efforts in authentic learning environment.