Kariba Tour

Unforgettable Kariba Holiday Package


The most successful World Bank project ever! This hydroelectric dam separates the Zambezi River and now hosts the resort town whose name is derived and manipulated from the Shona word ‘Kariva’, which means ‘little trap’. The resort town is now the beginning of tourist activities surrounding the Lake, with islands along the shores, just waiting to be explored. If you're looking for unbeatable Kariba holiday packages, you've come to the right place!

Tiritose will customise the tour according to your preferences, and available travel time, so hit us up, and let’s get exploring!

Provisional Itinerary

Day 1: Depart Harare 

stop-over at Chinhoyi Caves 

tour of the bridge

Day 2: Boat cruise on Zambezi River: overnight at Matusadona

fishing for bream, tiger and bass fish

boat game viewing

Day 3: Boat ride back to shore

township tour and souvenir shopping

drive back to Harare

Price: From US$327.00 pp ( 2 nights 3 days)



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What people say

Stuart Smith United States, Ohio State University

This has truly been a life changing experience, especially because it was my first trip outside of the United States. The program taught me to be more open to taking new experiences, exposed me to paediatrics at the children’s rehabilitation unit, which I did not think I would enjoy.

Necrisha in Zimbabwe for her Global Health Clinical Rotation Internship with Tiritose Sustainable Travel
Necrisha Roach United States, Ohio State University

Coming to Zimbabwe for my medical internship and working with Tiritose was an interesting experience and I really enjoyed the exposure to the healthcare system, the people and the excursions

Christopher Zheng United States, Ohio State University

I was pretty happy the whole time and the Tiritose staff were very supportive. What I enjoyed most about doing my internship in Zimbabwe is that it was a new continent for me, a whole new perspective on medicine, a better appreciation for the luxuries of US.

Sola Morakinyo United States, Ohio State University

What I enjoyed most about doing my medical clinical rotation internship in Zimbabwe was seeing the differences and similarities in how medicine is practiced here vs. the U.S. and differences and similarities in disease incidence.

Van Don Williams II United States, Ohio State University

The programme was also very organised. Other than waiting on our supervising physicians at the Children’s hospital on some of the days, it was a pretty good internship. Oh! And it was made better by watching Black Panther in Africa.

Global Health Medical Rotation in Africa - Zimbabwe
Jessica Hippolyte United States, Ohio State University

I really liked the balance between the fun staff and the clinical rotations at the various hospitals in the city and the rural placement just blew me away. I was exposed to medical conditions that I would otherwise not come across back home.

Martins Ayoola-Adeola United States, Ohio State University

I had a wonderful time in Zimbabwe. There are times I find myself fantasizing about going back. The administrative staff were great and really took the time to make the trip as personalized as possible.



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