From museums and art galleries to medieval stone cities, Zimbabwe will take you on a journey you'll never forget. Visit Victoria Falls, often called the world's largest waterfall, and feel the rush of the Zambezi River as it plunges into a dramatic gorge creating rainbows from sheets of mist. After visiting, you'll easily see why Victoria Falls ranks among the world's seven natural wonders. Hwange National Park, one of the biggest national parks in Africa, offers you the chance to get close to the exotic wildlife of Zimbabwe. Walk with rhinos, watch lions bathe in the sun and see elephants splashing in rivers. This national park boasts a wide variety of mammals and birds. There are plenty of camping and picnic sites, so take the chance to eat outside whilst the shimmering sunrise brings the park alive with animal calls. Mana Pools National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its sheer beauty. Old river channels form large ponds that draw even larger numbers of animals and birds. Zebras, impalas, hippos and hyenas are among the many animals which visit the Mana Pools. You can canoe the waters or explore on foot, either way, you'll be in the heart of Zimbabwe experiencing personal encounters with awe-inspiring wildlife.