Eastern Highlands

Location: Eastern Zimbabwe
Climate: Oct-Apr hot and sunny, possibly afternoon thunderstorms but rare, Jun-Aug is cooler but still warm and dry, rain occurs mostly in Nov and March
Typical Landscape: Mountain range covered in thick grass and forests

The Eastern Highlands is a moutain range in the East of Zimbabwe, and hosts Africa’s second longest waterfall, Mutarazi Falls and the Honde Valley, which leads to Mozambique. These regions are sparsely populated and covered in rich grass and forests.

The Matobo Hills are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and you can spend your days seeing leopard, rhino, bushmen art and following in the footsteps of Cecil Rhodes.