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How To Travel To Zimbabwe

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By plane

Harare International Airport serves a variety of international destinations, mostly in Africa. From Europe, flights are available through Johannesburg, Nairobi, Dubai, Addis Ababa, and Cairo. You may travel with South African Airways, Airlink British Airways, or Air Zimbabwe from South Africa.

From Europe, Emirates Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Kenya Airways, and Egypt Air travel to Harare.

SAA flies to a number of European and African destinations, including Harare, Bulawayo, and Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, as well as Johannesburg, South Africa. Air Botswana flies to Gaborone from Harare and Victoria Falls. Air Namibia flies to Windhoek from Harare and Victoria Falls. Malawian Airlines flies between Harare and Lilongwe.

Non-stop flights between Harare and Heathrow have been halted by British Airways. However, British Airways currently offers flights from Harare to Heathrow through Johannesburg.

South African Airways, South African Airlink, and British Airways all fly to and from Victoria Falls airport on a regular basis.

Bulawayo also has an international airport, with SAA and Air Zimbabwe operating flights from Johannesburg.

Air Zimbabwe and Fly Africa provide domestic flights inside Zimbabwe, from Harare to Victoria Falls. Harare to Bulawayo and Harare to Kariba are also served by Air Zimbabwe.

Low-cost carrier Fastjet Zimbabwe offers local one-way tickets starting at $20 and international fares starting at $50. Fastjet flies from Harare to Bulawayo’s Victoria Falls. Johannesburg, Cape Town, Lusaka, Nairobi, and Dar es Salaam are all places worth visiting.

There’s also Fly Africa, a low-cost airline that flies from Victoria Falls to Johannesburg. and Johannesburg to Harare. Harare triumphs against Victoria.

By car

Zimbabwe is connected to the countries that surround it via road. The gasoline situation has improved, contrary to previous predictions, with prices now listed in US dollars. You may expect to spend more per litre than in most other Southern African nations since gasoline must be imported from either Mozambique or South Africa.

It should also be mentioned that Zimbabwe’s roads are currently in a very bad condition, and care should be used while driving, particularly at night and during the rainy season, which runs from November to March. Potholes are a frequent occurrence that pose a significant danger to any vehicle that comes into contact with one.

By bus

From Johannesburg to Harare, luxury bus services are available on a regular basis. From Johannesburg to Bulawayo, a variety of buses are available. Both destinations are served by Greyhound. Greyhound tickets may be purchased directly from the company or through the Computicket website.

Direct buses run from Harare to Blantyre, Malawi, by a number of bus companies.

There is no direct public transportation from Victoria Falls to Botswana; however, a cab to the border would set you back about USD40, and some hotels in Victoria Falls may arrange transports.

How To Travel Around Zimbabwe

You travel between cities in luxury buses such as Pathfinder and Citilink. You may also take good buses from Harare's RoadPort to other important cities in Zimbabwe and adjacent countries such as Johannesburg, Lusaka, and Lilongwe. Intra-city transportation is provided by minibus taxis, which are very cheap by European standards....

Visa & Passport Requirements for Zimbabwe

Category A (countries/territories whose citizens do not need visas): For up to a 6-month stay: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Botswana, Cyprus, Fiji, Grenada, Jamaica, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Malawi, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Namibia, Nauru, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia,...

Destinations in Zimbabwe

Regions in Zimbabwe MatabelelandThe western portion of the nation is made up of Bulawayo, the second biggest city, the magnificent Victoria Falls, and Hwange National Park. The Lower Zambezi and Lake KaribaThe eastern edge of Lake Kariba is a favorite holiday destination for Zimbabweans. Many national parks, such as Mana Pools...

Accommodation & Hotels in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe provides a wide range of visitor amenities and lodging choices, including international hotels, guest houses, lodges, backpacker hostels, and safari camps for various budgets. Most safari regions include tented camps, chalets, and camping spots for those on a safari trip. Most towns offer a backpacker hostel with rates starting at...

Things To See in Zimbabwe

Hwange National Park. The park, which is located between Victoria Falls and Bulawayo, is home to over 100 distinct animal species and over 400 different bird species. It is one of Africa's few major elephant sanctuaries, containing approximately 30,000 elephants.Matobo Hills National Park. This tiny park near Bulawayo, often known as...

Things To Do in Zimbabwe

Bungee jumping at Victoria Falls. A thrilling 111-metre drop from the Victoria Falls bridge into the roaring Zambezi.Walk with lions, swim with elephants, and ride a horse. Participants participate in other game activities in Antelope Park, which is situated near Gweru, between Harare and Bulawayo.An Authentic African Safari. Walking, kayaking, or...

Food & Drinks in Zimbabwe

Food in Zimbabwe Ask for "sadza and stew/relish" to get a taste of what Zimbabweans eat (in some manner, almost every day). The stew will be familiar, served over a big amount of sadza, a thick ground corn paste (vaguely similar to polenta and with the consistency of thick mashed...

Money & Shopping in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe legalized the use of foreign currencies as legal currency, obviating the necessity for the inflation-ravaged Zimbabwe dollar, which is now out of circulation. The US dollar is currently Zimbabwe's de facto currency. Credit card usage in Zimbabwe is increasing, with an increasing number of service providers accepting Visa or MasterCard....

Culture Of Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe has several distinct cultures, each with its own set of beliefs and rituals, one of which is Shona, Zimbabwe's biggest ethnic group. The Shona people have a large number of sculptures and carvings that are created from the best materials available. Zimbabwe declared independence on April 18, 1980. Harare's...

History Of Zimbabwe

Many stone towns were constructed in modern-day Zimbabwe. The most magnificent and well-known of them, Great Zimbabwe, was constructed in the 15th century, although people had been living on the site since about 400 AD. The Khami Ruins, located outside of Bulawayo, are another excellent example. The population was overwhelmingly...

Stay Safe & Healthy in Zimbabwe

Stay Safe in Zimbabwe Zimbabwe, in general, is a highly secure nation with much less crime risk than neighboring South Africa, and Zimbabweans are widely renowned for their unmatched hospitality. Travelers should take precautions to ensure their own security and safety. It's really simply a question of common sense, which...



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