Tented Expeditions

Our Location

Zimbabwe offers the discerning tourist a wealth of wonders

The Savé Valley Conservancy is situated in south-eastern Zimbabwe, one of six countries at the southern tip of Africa, which is bordered by Zambia (north), Mozambique (east), South Africa (south) and Botswana (west). Visit Zimbabwe Tourism for more information about our beautiful country. Click here for advice on travel arrangements or contact your agent.

Zimbabwe can be accessed by air or road. There are regular flights into Harare and Bulawayo daily.The Save Valley is approximately 440 kilometres south east of Harare and road transfers to our camp as well as hotel accommodation before and/or after your stay at Chapungu can be arranged by our staff upon request.

There is also the option of flying from Harare or Johannesburg into Buffalo Range Airport near Chiredzi. One would then be met by our team and transferred to camp (a 2 hour road trip).

Getting there 

By Air:

Fly with a commercial airline to Harare Airport, Zimbabwe, clear immigration and customs and charter a private flight to Sango Airstrip. Approximate journey time from Harare to Sango is 1 hour. There are a range of options for flying in, from the four seater C206 to the larger planes for bigger groups. One can also fly into Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second largest city and road transfer to the Save Valley. 

By Road:

Fly with a commercial airline to Harare Airport, Zimbabwe, clear immigration and customs and be collected by our airport transfer for the journey by road to Sango. Approximate journey time from Harare to Sango is 4 – 5 hours and allows one an interesting insight into rural African life outside the protected wildlife areas. Air and/or road transfers to Chapungu as well as hotel accommodation before and/or after your stay at Sango can be arranged by our staff upon request.

Drive with your own vehicle using directions from your point of entry into Zimbabwe which we will gladly provide. Please note that the last 50 kilometres are unpaved dirt roads, frequented by wildlife.

Facts on Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe offers the discerning tourist a wealth of wonders:

  • 5 World Heritage icons
  • Largest mega-structure south of Sahara - Great Zimbabwe
  • Largest waterfall in the world - Victoria Falls
  • Largest man-made lake in the world - Kariba
  • 2nd largest elephant population in the world
  • One 4 countries conserving over 96% of Africa’s rhino population
  • Over 20% of land utilised as wildlife preserves
  • Official language - English            

Notes:

  • 4 international airports to best access your safari region.
  • 3 Medical air rescue services.
  • Air, road and boat transfers available where applicable.
  • Fully qualified and registered Professional Guide.