There is no better way to enjoy the wonder of the Vumba than outdoors at our amazing Adventure Park. A place where you can breathe the fresh air, enjoy the scenic beauty with the benefits of all our great facilities and activities.
A fun place for the whole family to enjoy together.
Group events and team building are also available.
WE ARE OPEN : 7 days a week from 8am to 5 pm.
ENTRY FEE: US$5 per person (adults and children).
Group, corporate and team-building rates available on request no less than 48hours in advance of arrivals.
Indemnity form to be signed by all guests prior to access.
The Adventure Park is a pleasureland of fun, come along and enjoy…
It is not necessary to access the Adventure Park to enjoy the riding experiences. Enjoy a ride in the forest or for your children have them supervised by our experienced staff.
Various options are available
Hivu is also the location for the Friend’s of the Vumba walking and hiking group which is a local voluntary initiative. For guided walks to view the best areas a small rate is requested to help this group upkeep the tracks clear and safe for walking.
For additional people in the group US$5 per person
Payment is made to Friends of the Vumba, find them on Facebook & Instagram
These are available in addition to the Adventure Park Forest Walk. The guided walk will take you to exciting view points & waterfalls. Contact the Hivu Office for details. Guide and up to 10 people US$10 US.
Vumba is an exciting Eastern Highlands birding destination with many montane specials in an area comprising montane forest and grassland, bracken-scrub, exotic vegetation, miombo and acacia woodland and streams and dams. The great variation in altitudes and moisture from the east means that our bird list should be used with caution as some species occur in the drier rain shadow, others in east facing habitats and others are marginal altitudinal migrants from the Burma Valley.
The montane forests and their edges are a favoured birding habitat with birds like Swynnerton’s Robin, White-starred Robin, Red-capped Robin-chat, Orange Ground-thrush, Chirinda Apalis, Roberts’s Warbler, Buff-spotted Flufftail, Yellow-throated Woodland-warbler, Dark-backed Weaver, Yellow-streaked and Stripe-cheeked Greenbul, Grey Cuckooshrike, Square-tailed Drongo, White-eared Barbet, Yellow-rumped Tinkerbird, Livingstone’s Turaco, Eastern Bronze-naped Pigeon, African Broadbill, Scaly-throated Honeyguide, Green Twinspot, Red-faced Crimsonwing, African Firefinch and many other more common species.
Silvery-cheeked Hornbill fly about looking for fruit and visit woodlands too, and in the woodlands are Green-backed Woodpecker, Rufous-bellied Tit, Miombo Tit, Spotted Creeper, Miombo Rock-thrush, Western Violet-backed Sunbird and Cabanis’s Bunting with Bearded Scrub-robin coming up from the lowlands.
Feel free to download the checklist and add your own sightings. Feel free to ask us for more detail.
Use of our facilities is subject to the following: