The Vumba mountains include the highest peak in Zimbabwe, as well as the most humid areas. Their position is peculiar, as they represent the geological limit of the African plateau. From the Vumba you may look all the way to the Indian Ocean, as the ground disappears under your feet, creating a real step which divides hilly Zimbabwe from the flat land of Mozambique.
Lots of lovely walks in the Vumba,especially in the Bunga forest and also the beautiful National Parks Gardens they really are worth visiting,also Lepoard Rock Hotel but its is far and very windy road so don't go after dark if you do not know the area.
In such a cold and humid climate, there's room enough for the only tea estate in Zimbabwe. Its tea, traded under the "Four Roses" brand name, is widely consumed all over the country, as the habit of drinking tea remained after the English colonial rule.