Join us as we explore the mountainous region of eastern Zimbabwe. A place that’s like an enchanted secret garden. But stretching for 300km north to south it’s quite difficult to keep the Eastern Highlands a secret, much as you’d like to after visiting.
The Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe are a cool and refreshing contrast to the bristling bush of the Zambezi Valley and low lying southern regions.
Mountains, rivers, waterfalls, lakes and the bracing fresh air make this massive mountain range along the Zimbabwe-Mozambique border a favourite holiday destination for every Zimbabwean and, in the spirit of full disclosure, ourselves included.
Forming a link in the off-centre spine of Africa, the Eastern Highlands Mountain Range effectively begins all the way down in the Western Cape of South Africa, continues up along the Drakensburg Mountains and onwards along the Grift Rift to the Ethiopian Highlands.