Tailor made tours and Safari's of Zimbabwe

Self-drive and Fly-in tours



Zimbabwe’s diverse attractions makes it a holidaymaker’s paradise. Within a single day you could go tiger-fishing, watch elephants swim, go hunting, go shopping, visit historical ruins or relax in a modern hotel. Whether you are a sports enthusiast, a gourmet, an historian or someone looking for a holiday of a lifetime, Zimbabwe has it all.

It is a country rich in diversity and history. At least seven different states have occupied the territory since 1000 AD. Evidence suggests that building on the Great Zimbabwe Ruins commenced in the 12th century. The current Zimbabwean state was born in 1980 after a long civil war.

Zimbabwe boasts a temperate climate with year-round sunshine. Summer can be very hot, but winters are never cold, just comfortably cool. Light, casual clothing is the rule, although sometimes warm may be necessary for the evening. If you are planning lots of dining and dancing, you’ll need a tie or smart-casual dress, as some hotels require these. Tackies, shorts and jeans are not allowed in restaurants and casinos after 19h00.

Temba Travel: Adventure without the pain
Nature is waiting to welcome you back. This is our slogan, but on safaris, getting close to nature does not necessarily mean roughing it. We don’t believe that you have to eat sand and sleep as uncomfortably as possible to experience the adventure of the great outdoors. On safari with us, the transport is comfortable, even luxurious. We offer accommodation ranging from spacious tents, meru tents to five-star hotels. Because lodges are built in the best spots, you come closest to nature on a tour with Temba.

You get the service you deserve - without fail. Our ultimate aim is utter and complete customer satisfaction. We are only happy when every one of our clients regard our service as the best ever encountered.
As a well-established tour operator we know from experience what you expect from us. And we deliver - every time

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Spurwing Island in the Matusadona Game reserve in Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe is an excellent safari destination and popular with fishermen.
Troutbeck Inn hotel and resort near Nyanga in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe remains the most popular destination for families in Nyanga in Zimbabwe.
Inn on the Vumba is a boutique hotel with a very English style in the Vumba Mountains near Mutare in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe.


After your tour of Zimbabwe it might be a very good idea to visit Namibia. About 350 km from Victoria Falls isNgepi Camp, a very popular resort on the banks of the Okavango or Kavongo rivers in the Western Caprivi. Further to the west is Namibia's largest National Park. Etosha National Park is known for its large numbers of game and it's excellent accommodation. Swakopmund is known for its german style buildings and it is Namibia's famous coastal resort. From the Caprivi you will most likely drive west to the coast. On route you will can visit Ugab Terrace Lodge 2 days drive from Zimbabwe and in Damaraland. Accommodation in Swakopmund include hotels and self-catering. Sossusvlei Lodge is between Canon Lodge and Swakopmund near the masive sanddunes of the Namib desert and as such a perfect overnight stop.

Canon Lodge is about 15 km from the famous and second largest Canyon on earth namely the Fish River Canyon in Namibia.
Etosha Links 


South African Accommodation

Most people will combine a tour of South Africa with their Zambabwe tour or safari.
Kambro Lodge is on a farm about 20 km North of Bristown and it offers self-catering accommodation.
The Wildcoast of the Transkei are perhaps one of the worlds most beautiful coast and famous for its coastal resorts. Among them Kob Inn is one of the best.
Hakuna Matata guest house in Koffiefontein South Africa is about one days drive from Zimbabwe. Koffiefontein is in the Free State Province.

Rainbow Towers Hotel
Troutbeck Inn 
Jameson Hotel
Inn on The Vumba