Half Term and February Special Offer – Kids Half Price
If you’re stuck for things to do with your kids this half term, consider bringing them to Imire Game Park for the day for half the standard day trip price. For just $20 per child and $50 for adults, you can get up close and personal with thier resident elephants and rhino, meet Teddy and their new lion, Cleo. On top of this you can also see a huge variety of plains game, buffalo, zebra, giraffe, warthogs and birds.
The Imire day trip itinerary is as follows:
- 0930 – Arrive at Sable Lodge for tea, coffee and biscuits
- 1000 – Leave on game drive to see black rhino, elephant, lion, hyena, giraffe and a variety of plains game
- 1330 – Arrive at the dam or kopje for lunch while watching elephants or black rhino
- 1430 – Game drive continues to see elephant, buffalo, crocodile, sable, wildebeest and more plains game
- 1530 – Arrive back at Sable Lodge for refreshments
- 1600 – Depart
This offer is running from 14th to the 28th February for day trip guests only. Prices exclude drinks which must be settled with your guide at the end of the day.
For more information and to book check the Imire Safari Ranch website: www.imiresafariranch.com or you can contact them via email: imiregp [at] zol.co.zw
Zimbabwe Travel Guides
If you are not a local and are looking for accommodation and things to do whilst on holiday in Zimbabwe, the books below feature Imire as well as many other excellent places to stay.
Zimbabwe Travel Guides
Zimbabwe (Bradt Travel Guide)
As political tension relaxes, wildlife enthusiasts and curious tourists are returning to Zimbabwe. With some of the finest national parks in Africa, the country is blessed with stunning landscapes and an abundance of wildlife. The mighty Zambezi River offers adventure holidays and Victoria Falls will leave visitors breathless, while the range of birdlife draws enthusiasts year-round. Game viewing in some of Africa’s finest national parks is a rewarding experience and this guide offers in-depth information on the facilities, advice on itinerary planning as well as how to select a safari. Accommodation is covered with up-to-date information on everything from luxury safari camps to budget stays for younger travellers who arrive overland, heading for the fast flowing waters of the Zambezi gorge.
Southern Africa (Lonely Planet Multi Country Guide)
An excellent book if you are travelling in the region, although it can be a little hit and miss as the book is essentially cobbled together out of other Lonely planet books on the individulal contries and therefore some of the information is out of date. Countries covered include Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.