About Us

African Wanderer Safaris is based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
 We specialise in Historical and Game Viewing Tours in the surrounding area. Specifically 
Half and Full Day Tours to Matobo National Park, where one can experience the magical
beauty of the area, while driving and walking in the ​Matobo Hills, visiting Bushman rock
art, and taking in the Panorama from Worlds View ( Rhodes Grave ), or getting up close
​and personal, tracking Rhino through the bush. All times receiving wide and varied
information on the relevant interest, be it the history of Cecil John Rhodes, or King
Mzilikazi, or a dung beetle rolling a ball over the road. Nothing is irrelevant. We can
​collect you from any camp near the National Park, or Lodge or Hotel in Bulawayo.
Alternatively we can offer tours to Khami Ruins, the Bulawayo Natural History Museum, Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage, King Mzilikazi’s grave site, or one of the historical Battlefields. African Wanderer also offers tours in Hwange National Park. Again, both full and half Day tours inside the National Park, where one is able to game view from a Safari Landrover to track the game and gain a deeper understanding of ones’ surroundings whilst learning about plants, bird calls, track and sign.

We can also tailor make a package to your requirements, arranging accommodation, transport and guiding anywhere in Zimbabwe, as well as offer multiple day tours in specific parks for clients who would like to relax and absorb the experiences of being in the bush. We can also offer Specialised Tours to those that have specific interests. Be it Bird watching, Rock Art, History or game.

Touring & Photographic Safaris

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African Wanderer Safaris is a family run business started in 1995.The Harmer family has lived in the Matabeleland area since the early 1890’s having arrived with the first Settlers into "Rhodesia" Ian Harmer is a fully qualified professional guide, who has spent his life in the Matabeleland bush growing up with the history and ways of its peoples, flora and fauna. The company comprises professional guides well versed in the cultural and natural wonders of Matopos with its history of great leaders such as Matabele King Mzilikazi King Lobengula, Rhodesia’s founder Cecil John Rhodes and Leander Starr Jameson and many others or gaining a better understanding of the Bushman (San) and the Rock Art that they have left as a reminder of their lives in the hills.

Shortlisted for 

 Guide of the year Award