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Please visit our coronavirus page to stay informed about the latest developments in Zimbabwe.
In our opinion, you can consider it to be safe to visit Chizarira National Park, especially on an organized safari. The park is very remote, and a self-drive safari is only an option if you are totally self-sufficient. To obtain current information about traveling in Chizarira and Zimbabwe in general, travel advisories are worth checking (see the ‘Safety & Security – Zimbabwe’ link below).
Malaria protection is important. Take anti-malarials and equip yourself with mosquito repellent containing DEET. It’s a good idea to cover up as evening approaches too. Several vaccinations are recommended for Zimbabwe – seek advice from your local healthcare professional.
Wildlife viewing is very safe as long as you follow the instructions of your guide. Zimbabwean guides are some of the best-trained guides for walking safaris and Chizarira is a great destination for this. Please read the ‘Wildlife Viewing Safety Precautions’ below.