The Chimanimani Mountains rugged natural beauty Heavenly waterfalls Crystal clear streams Its Another World

The Chimanimani National Park is probably Africa’s least-known nature reserve. An hour’s jeep-ride from the village, it includes the magnificent Chimanimani Mountains, a massive barrier of ancient and jagged crystalline rock forming the border with Mozambique.

The breathtaking beauty and pristine environment of these mountains have always drawn adventurous travellers. At present the park provides only basic facilities, catering for the self-sufficient explorer. Hiking, rock climbing, birding, camping in caves among the sparkling waterfalls and natural swimming pools … it’s a park for those who want nothing more than to revel in the heart-soothing loveliness of nature.

About Chimanimani

Chimanimani is a quiet and relaxing place to visit with most activities taking place outdoors; beautiful scenic walks or hikes, swimming in the crystal clear pools among natural waterfalls or bird watching in one of Zimbabwe’s most species rich areas.

Our Community

Join the Chimanimani community online and share your thoughts and ideas on how to make our wonderful village even better. Setup an account, create groups and invite friends to join in the conversations taking place.

Business Directory

Add your business details to our local Chimanimani Business Directory. Or use the directory to find local suppliers and service providers. For visitors to Chimanimani you’ll find information on places to stay, local guides and more.

Local Attractions

Close to the village Bridal Veil Falls is the perfect place for an afternoon picnic or braai. Golfers can enjoy a round of golf at the 9 hole Golf Course. For the more adventurous a hike up the Mountain or drive to Corner Camp is an adventure.

Nearby Attractions

When planning your trip to Chimanimani consider a visit to some of our nearby attractions such as The Vumba (161km), the Chirinda Forest Botanical Reserve (96km), Hot Springs (94km), Gonarezhou (264km) or Great Zimbabwe (301km).

Initiatives

The Zimbabwe Mountain Guide Training Course. The course’s duration is two and a half years and covers theory and practical training. Trained guides play a central role in how tourists experience the mountain, our local culture and heritage.

Chimanimani Business Expo

3rd December 2020Chimanimani Hotel, Chimanimani  Exhibition Concept Note  Introduction Exhibitions are an important part of the marketing activities of the any community. They serve as an influential platform for various stakeholders to come together, share information and build long-lasting business relationships. Exhibitions also have a strong impact on the economic, social, cultural, and environment within a community.  The Chimanimani Business […]

We launch our new community website

Welcome to the new look community based Chimanimani website. There are four main objectives for the introduction of this new website. Primarily it is aimed at providing an online forum / meeting place for people who live in Chimanimani or who have a connection with the village and the mountains. This is where we can share our news, an opportunity […]

Chimanimani.com

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