Experience the natural
beauty of

Victoria Falls, safaris & welcoming locals

Whether you are looking to take part in meaningful conservation of the famous Big Five, or to get more hands on with endangered species in the sanctuary that has been designated an Intensive Protection Zone for rhinos, then Zimbabwe is the place to visit!

With something to offer everyone, you can escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and explore the incredible natural landscapes that stretch as far as the eye can see. No visit would be complete without a trip to one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Victoria Falls - an awe-inspiring curtain of water that can be heard from up to 40km away!

You will be able to really appreciate the outdoors, with many chances to go hiking and to even camp out in the reserves. Looking up into the milky way, hearing the animals around you is an amazing experience!

Our programmes start on selected dates every month throughout the year and you can choose to join us from 1-12 weeks.

Our structured and safe programmes makes volunteering in Zimbabwe ideal for first time and / or solo travellers. Volunteering is the perfect way to meet like-minded people and allows you to explore Zimbabwe as a group. 

What's included
  • Accommodation, meals and airport transfers
  • 24/7 in-country & UK support
  • Pre-departure buddy lists and a dedicated Zimbabwe Facebook group to talk with other volunteers
  • Assistance with all aspects of your trip and comprehensive pre-departure information

TMR Zimbabwe Facebook Group

From £620

Zimbabwe Elephant & Rhino Sanctuary

  • Duration
    1-8 Weeks
  • Accompanied age
  • Minimum age
  • Start dates
    Every Monday
Get up close with our rhinos and elephant herd where you will be involved in valuable conservation work that will help towards securing the futures of these endangered species. This hands-on diverse experience will see you studying and learning about the animals behaviour, undertaking anti poaching patrols and lots more! You will get a unique behind the scenes insight into this family owned 10,000 acre game reserve in the heart of Zimbabwe.

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From £900

Zimbabwe Horse Riding & Wildlife Conservation

  • Duration
    1-2 Weeks
  • Minimum age
  • Selected Mondays throughout the year
A horse riding safari within a 10,000 acre wildlife reserve located in the heart of the African bush? Say no more! Jump on and head off the beaten track to get up close to elephants, rhinos, giraffe, zebras and many more animals as you contribute to the overall conservancy management and reserve with unique activities and experiences.

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From £950

Zimbabwe Victoria Falls Big Five Conservation

  • Duration
    2-12 Weeks
  • Minimum age
  • Start dates
    1st & 3rd Monday
This is your opportunity to take part in meaningful conservation as you follow in the footsteps of explorer David Livingstone. Get up close to some amazing animals, enjoy the breathtakingly beautiful surroundings, take part in some awesome adrenalin activities and visit the famous Victoria Falls (just 10 minutes away). Home to the famous African Big Five, this 2,500 hectare game reserve boasts many elephants, black rhinos, lions, leopards, buffalo and a wealth of other native wildlife.

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Victoria Falls

The largest and most spectacular waterfall in the world, Victoria Falls cannot be missed. The thunderous noise of this UNESCO heritage site can be heard 40km away and needs to be seen to be appreciated. There are many activities you can do here for both the adrenaline junkie or someone just looking to relax and take in their incredible surroundings.

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National Parks

Zimbabwe boasts many national parks, with the vast majority being protected zones for their wildlife and ecology. Head out on safari at one of the top ten largest national parks in Africa with the worlds largest population of elephants - some 40,000 tuskers! Or if you fancy something a little different, see the mind-boggling natural occurrence of perfectly balanced rocks and even have a go yourself.

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Points of interest

There are no shortage of awe-inspiring sights and attractions to explore, there really is something for everyone. With diverse landscapes and cultures spread across the country, you will always find a new mesmerising place to stop by - and maybe an animal or two along the way!

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One of the more attractive capitals in Africa, Harare. With a laid back atmosphere, the wide avenues are lined with dusty read earth and plants. Learn all about the history of Zimbabwe by visiting the many national galleries and museums, stop for something to eat at one of the restaurants / bars or head to the flea markets to grab a bargain.

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