We offer tailor made packages for the following tours including accommodation



(Nyanga Holiday Home) along Brackenridge road, 12km before Mutarazi Falls, sitting on 4 hectares of land. The holiday home has a main house which takes 13 people maximum and a family cottage which takes 6 people maximum. The house also has 2 apartments/ flatlets which are suitable for small families or single couples. We have no wifi at the home as the signal is very weak but we do have Tvs and open view decoders. Clients are free to bring their own explorer decoders. We do have a big and beautiful garden for those who would wish to have picnics, braai or just relaxing in the garden. Our garden houses quite a number of rare species of birds. This Holiday Home takes 26 people maximum in both main house and cottage. The house is close to Mutarazi Falls & 25km away from Heaven Rest Cottage and Sunset Lodge.



( Heaven Rest ) is located in Juliasdale (Tintagel road) 5-minute drive from Montclair Hotel. The main cottage takes 12 people maximum. This is our flagship cottage for those looking for private high-end accommodation in the countryside. The cottage has a seperate honeymoon apartment attached to the main cottage but uses a different entrance. Takes 12 people maximum in both main cottage and honeymoon apartment. It is a 1km away from Sunset Lodge.



This is our exclusive cottage located in Juliasdale, Nyanga. A 10-minute drive from Montclair Hotel. The lodge has 4 bedrooms comes with beautiful sunset views from the balcony, a big and beautiful garden, a bar area, a big lounge, and a big dining area. We do have a basement with an extra toilet where we can accommodate any extra people. The lodge takes 8 people maximum.


Nyakupinga Falls -2km

Pungwe View -7km

Home View 10km

Mutarazi Falls $5 entrance fees per person – 14km

Rhodes Museum $2 per person – 30km

National Parks $5 entrance fees – 30km

Nyangombe Falls $5 entrance fees 34km


Nyamoro Tea Garden

Horse riding at Trout-beck n for 30 minutes.

canoeing for 30 minutes.



Rhodes Hotel 30km radius meals from $5

Monteclair Hotel 23km radius meals from $15

Trout-beck Resort 52km meals from $15

Nyati Eco Game Park


Couple Chalet, Strictly for 2 adults…if kids sharing add $20 each… (Ages allowed 2-5yrs) Can add 2 kids @USD 20 each (max 2) Max people 4 (either 2 Adults & 2 kids) 85usd

Honeymoon Chalet, 1 Bedroom Two Adults only $100usd

Vazvare Family Chalet, 2 Bedrooms & 1 Bathroom Family (2 Adults, 2 Kids) additional kid/s USD20, adult USD30, not for 2 couples to share (Ideal for large young family) Max people 4 (either 2 Adults & 2 kids or 3 Adults & 1 kids) 130usd

Varongo Family Chalet, 2 Bedrooms & Upstairs Deck Family of (2 Adults, 3 Kids) additional kid/s USD20 & USD45 Adult, not for 2 couples to share (Ideal for large young family) Max people 6 (either 2 Adults & 4 kids) not more than 3 adults, if more than 2 Adults the 3rd pays, upstairs for kids only.145usd

Dzimbabwe Family Chalet, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Ensuite Bathrooms Family (2 Adults, 2 Kids) additional kid/s USD20, adult USD30, not for 2 couples to share (Ideal for large young with teens) Max people 5 (either 2 Adults & 3 kids or 3 Adults & 2 kids), if more than 2 Adults the 3rd pays.145usd

Activities at Additional Costs

Cable car (One way only). Horse Riding, Pony Riding -. Jetski (New), Speed boating, Small Boating, Canoeing, Mud pooling, Walk with the white lions, Nature walk / Heritage walk, Lion interaction, Bird watching,. Lion Feeding, Fishing (Strictly catch & release) bring on fishing equipment, Golf green fees, Bush Soccer. Obstacle Course, Beach Volleyball

Gonare Zhou National Park

Gonarezhou is a unique and special place of varied and scenic, rugged beauty and contains hidden secrets for those who know where to look. The ethos of the Park’s tourism is to tread as softly on this landscape as possible, whilst fully immersing oneself in the experience of being in this vast, wild space


The Park offers a variety of accommodation options, from remote wilderness campsites with no facilities to the comfort of the chalets at Swimuwini.

The main focus however remains on immersing oneself in the experience of being in nature through camping.  The three developed campsites, (Chipinda Pools, Chinguli and Mabalauta), have multiple sites at one spot with running water, a braai place, and access to shared ablution blocks with hot water and flushing toilets available.  The exclusive camping sites are the traditional bush experience where you camp in complete privacy, with just a ‘Blair’ toilet and braai area.  You are responsible for providing your own water and to be fully self-sufficient.  There are also a limited number of wilderness campsites in the Park. These sites shift annually depending on the availability of water in the pans in the central area of Gonarezhou where these sites are located.  There are no facilities at these sites, and visitors to these sites need to be aware that they are to leave no trace of their visit on their departure.

The chalets at Swimuwini have recently been refurbished, and offer visitors  a somewhat more comfortable park experience.  Chalets are equipped with solar geysers, lights, fridge/freezers and fully-equipped kitchens.  Cooking takes place on gas stoves or in the portable braai’s available at every unit.

The tented camp at Chipinda Pools is well established and very popular.  Tents are fully furnished, and have a small en-suite bathroom.  Secure kitchen units have a small gas stove and portable fridge/freezer.  As with Swimuwini, all power is solar, and solar geysers supply hot water.


The main activities on offer in the park include game viewing from vehicles and limited walking.   Some of the main roads in the Park, such as those around Mabalauta and the track down to the Chilojo Cliffs are accessible for 2 x 4 vehicles, but, for travellers who want to venture a bit further off the beaten path a 4 x 4 vehicle is a requirement.  Fishing is available for overnight visitors at specifically designated campsites along the Runde and Mwenezi rivers.

Matobo National Park

The Matobo National Park forms the core of the Matobo or Matopos Hills, an area of granite kopjes and wooded valleys commencing some 35 kilometers south of Bulawayo.
The Hills have formed over 2,000 million years ago with molten rock erupting across the landscape — this has eroded to produce smooth ‘whaleback dwalas’ and broken kopjes, strewn with boulders and interspersed with thickets of vegetation..

*This package trip requires any number of people.

*Can be customized upon request, to meet travelers needs

*Hotel/Lodge Best accommodation (upgrades on request)

*Meals = (B) Breakfast

‍The Hills cover an area of about 3,100 km², of which 424 km² is National Park, the remainder being largely communal land and a small proportion of commercial farmland. Part of the national park is set aside as a 100 km² game park, which has been stocked with game including black and white rhinoceros.
The area exhibits a profusion of distinctive rock landforms rising above the granite shield that covers much of Zimbabwe. The large boulders provide abundant natural shelters and have been associated with human occupation from the early Stone Age right through to early historical times, and intermittently since. They also feature an outstanding collection of rock paintings.
The Matobo Hills continue to provide a strong focus for the local community, which still uses shrines and sacred places closely linked to traditional, social and economic activities.
The Matobo balancing rocks are the burial place of Cecil John Rhodes. Commanding a vista clear to the horizon, the name ‘World’s View’, could not be more appropriate for this enchanting piece of Zimbabwe.
Local excursions
Game drives and walking safaris can be enjoyed around the nearby Matopos National Park, as well as rhino tracking excursions by vehicle or on foot led by experienced and knowledgeable guides. You can also explore the area’s ancient rock art and discover the rocks that the San People saw as spiritually significant on guided tours, or trek to the grave of Cecil Rhodes, who served as Prime Minister of the Cape Colony in the late 19th century.

Trip Extensions available on request.