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For the kids

Tamba tamba

The largest indoor all weather children’s soft play centre in Harare where you can let your children have FUN! Fantastic facilities include a HUGE soft play frame with two large slides, cannon shooters, and many soft obstacles to go over, under and through. There is a separate toddler soft play frame with lots of sensory toys for the 3yrs and under. Not forgetting the mini football and basketball area and cafe!

Benji’s fun factory

Benji’s fun factory kids amusement park and kids party Venue is located in the northern suburbs of Harare. There is a wide range of awesome playground toys for the younger kids which are bound to keep them occupied for hours, and will allow parents to relax and watch them enjoy. To cater for the older children, Benji’s fun factory has some water activities available as well a few slides to keep them entertained. The miniature train is a great hit amongst the younger kids, and there is also an indoor play area.

Go karting and paintball

Wild is life

An animal sanctuary that gives visitors the opportunity to feed the animals and have close contact with them.

Donny Brook

Drag racing, dirt bikes, go karts and more

Wedding Venues

If you are planning a wedding check out some of our venues!


There are many beautiful houseboats which can be hired and guarantee you a beautiful stay on Lake Kariba


Trout, tiger fish, bream/tilapia, vundu catfish and many other species of fish are found all over Zimbabwe.

Lake Kariba

Good fishing occurs throughout the year but best time for tiger fishing is September/October. Lake Kariba is every fisherman's dream destination and anglers come from all over the world to test their skills against the ferocious tiger. Explore the lake on a houseboat - fun for the whole family - superb fishing - great relaxation

Zambezi River

- Lower Zambezi (Below Kariba) - Upper Zambezi (Upstream of Victoria Fall) January on the floodplains is the breeding time for a variety of species ranging from robbers and Babbles to Bulldogs and Bream. As the water levels continue to rise, reaching their highest in May, try fly fishing over the months of May, June and July.

Best times to go fishing

On the Lower and Upper Zambezi the months of May, June and July are best using lure and feather. By May the river has reached its highest level over the floodplains and starts to empty into its main channel. By middle January the floodplains sees such species as barbs and bream feeding and breeding. Before the water levels drop they must make their way into the main channel. The Tiger fish, and other predatory fish such as the Nembwe, Bream and sharp tooth Catfish, feed on these “baitfish”. In June there is a mass exodus of these baitfish, moving down stream to areas of more cover and structure. This movement causes “bait balls” to be formed and they separate from the safety of the clay bank edges and move out into deeper waters. As the water level drop from August to November, so the targeting of shallow water tigers becomes more of a reality from the confines of wooden dugout Mokoro. This is truly the most natural way of fishing for tiger fish, also lending itself to great bird watching and the feeling of really being one with the river. By the end of November the rainy season starts, and water levels start to steadily rise again, bringing with it dirty water and an end to fly fishing the Zambezi.


Zimbabwe has many beautiful golf courses, here are some of the best ones

Leopard Rock Golf Club

Spectacular views, a bracing climate and 18 challenging holes on this Peter Matkovich-designed, championship-rated course named one of Africa's Top 10 by CNN Travel, make this one of the most spectacular golfing venues you'll ever play.

Troutbeck Resort Golf Course

The Gary Player designed course at Troutbeck is a beautiful scenic and moderately challenging 9/9 course. You are assured to burn a lot of calories as you walk your way on this beautiful course. With its well-maintained putting greens and fairways you will surely enjoy your game of golf.

Chapman Golf Club

The 18 hole, 6582 metre course is intricately incorporated into a parkland setting with its undulating manicured terrain, entwined by the clever use of a major tributary of the Mukuvisi River. The bent grass greens at Chapman conform to the highest international standards and Peter Matkovich designed the water features to form an integral part of the course where even professional golfers will find them a challenge.

Elephant Hills Resort Golf Course

The 18 Hole Golf course at Elephant Hills Hotel was designed by Garry Player. The blend of natural flora and fauna with the imported grasses has made the Elephant Hills Golf one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world. Playing Golf at the Elephant hills is like a walk in the park, kudus, warthogs, waterbucks and many others are seen enjoying the well maintained grasses and the vegetation. The superbly maintained fairways and greens of this golf course have been planted with imported grasses and modern irrigation systems to ensure that they are always lush. Nowhere else has the blend of the wild been so perfected with lush fairways and close cropped greens for golf at its best, as at Elephant Hills golf course - Victoria falls but be warned - wild game wandering free can wreak havoc on your golf swing and bunker shots.


Zimbabwe has a plethora of indigenous plants, which can be seen at Botanical Gardens and in the bush National Herbarium and Botanic Garden, Bunga Forest Botanical Reserve, Ewanrigg Botanical Gardens, Bvumba National Botanical Gardens, Chirinda Forest Botanical Reserve.

Bird watching

Birding in Zimbabwe is by far one of the most rewarding experiences any novice or serious birder can imagine. With over 670 species Zimbabwe boasts varied habitats ranging from the lower Zambezi’s Southern Carmine Bee-eater breeding sites to the Blue Swallow’s Eastern highlands montane grasslands. To really experience all that Zimbabwe has to offer you need to at least sample a couple of these habitats with their different birds.