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Capital City

Harare

Languages

Official language English but Bantu & Ndebele spoken in rural areas

Currency

Zimbabwean Dollar but US Dollars widely accepted

Time Difference (GMT) + 1 hour

Climate & average temperatures

Zimbabwe
Months J F M A M J J A S O N D
Temp °C 28 27 26 24 22 18 19 21 24 26 26 27
Rain mm 130 97 86 46 20 8 8 8 20 66 109 112
Seasons Green Dry Green
Airlines

British Airways, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic, South African Airways

Flight time from UK

9 hours

 
Visa requirements

Required by UK passport holders

Health requirements

Contact your GP for information


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Zimbabwe Safari and Holidays

A Zimbabwe safari and holiday places the traveller in one of Africa's longest established, professional and well-run safari destinations. The guiding is outstanding, the conservation efforts enviable and the quality of luxury holiday accommodation is first class.

Zimbabwe’s principal physical feature is the broad ridge running 645 kilometres from southwest to northeast across the entire country, from near the Botswana frontier to the Inyanga Mountains, which separate Zimbabwe from Mozambique.

The land is mostly given over to savannah, although the moist and mountainous east supports tropical evergreen and hardwood forests. There is an abundance of trees and flowers across this African safari landscape.

Mammals to be seen across Zimbabwe include: hippo, rhino, baboon, giraffe, kudu, Sable, zebra, warthog and porcupine, in all, there are around 350 species. Snakes and lizards abound with the largest lizard, the water monitor, found in many rivers, as are several species of crocodile. There are more than 500 types of bird like the ant-thrush, Bee-eater, Bush-warbler, Emerald Cuckoo and grey lourie, also let us not forget the prolific insect kingdom. This is an excellent holiday location in African for birdwatching.

Warm, friendly smiling faces, welcoming attitude and help.....

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Zimbabwe Safari and Holidays

A Zimbabwe safari and holiday places the traveller in one of Africa's longest established, professional and well-run safari destinations. The guiding is outstanding, the conservation efforts enviable and the quality of luxury holiday accommodation is first class.

Zimbabwe’s principal physical feature is the broad ridge running 645 kilometres from southwest to northeast across the entire country, from near the Botswana frontier to the Inyanga Mountains, which separate Zimbabwe from Mozambique.

The land is mostly given over to savannah, although the moist and mountainous east supports tropical evergreen and hardwood forests. There is an abundance of trees and flowers across this African safari landscape.

Mammals to be seen across Zimbabwe include: hippo, rhino, baboon, giraffe, kudu, Sable, zebra, warthog and porcupine, in all, there are around 350 species. Snakes and lizards abound with the largest lizard, the water monitor, found in many rivers, as are several species of crocodile. There are more than 500 types of bird like the ant-thrush, Bee-eater, Bush-warbler, Emerald Cuckoo and grey lourie, also let us not forget the prolific insect kingdom. This is an excellent holiday location in African for birdwatching.

Warm, friendly smiling faces, welcoming attitude and helping hands make Zimbabwe holidays a joy. Hospitality is second nature to the many ethnic groups, including the Shona in the northern regions and the Ndebele in the western parts of the country.

Traditional ceremonies and dance performances across the country feature a combination of one or more of the following: the mystical and spiritual mbira, marimba, the African drum, clapping, singing, ululations and uniquely rhythmic body movements. Zimbabwe’s culture is punctuated by a fabric of unique dances and ceremonies ranging from the UNESCO proclaimed Intangible Cultural Heritage Mbende-Jerusarema dance to Nyau and Makishi among the many genres.

From boating, canoeing safaris and white water rafting, through to flying, bungee jumping and elephant riding, the ability to boost ones adrenaline flow is endless and exciting. Zimbabwe is a destination for those seeking thrills in a traditional African environment.

 

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