Their growth in popularity has attracted the corporate world, being the first local wheel-spinners to be dressed by Jan Jam men’s wear.Join one of our expert guides on a leisurely walk through the unspoiled bush landscape.
Continue reading It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned pro or a novice, all guests are welcome to hire boats and bring your own equipment – and have a go at reeling in the bass, bream and catfish in our river.
No engine noise gives you close encounters with the animals whilst enjoying complimentary drinks and snacks.
Continue reading Lions are not the only Big Five animal here; you will also be able to see our four resident elephants in and around the camp.
Mutare was founded in 1897 as a fort, about 8 km from the border with Mozambique, and is just 290 km from the Mozambican port of Beira, earning Mutare the title of "Zimbabwe's Gateway to the Sea".
It is sometimes also called "Gateway to the Eastern Highlands". Coquhoun was given concessionary rights and Fort Umtali (the fort later became Mutare) was established between the Tsambe and Mutare Rivers.