Travel Guides to Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Travel guide

May 5, 2011 in Travel Guides | 2,654 views  |  No Comments

On the map of the world there is one place which is pinned away into the south corner of the vast African continent. Dividing the two rivers, Zambezi and Limpopo, this piece of land is often seen lit up with various colors and flavors. This land which glitters between two massive river flows is none other than the exalted country of Zimbabwe. Pin pointing just a few attractions bestowed in this country, both natural and manmade, the glorious Victoria Falls, the unparalleled wild life, the distinct culture and cuisines and the avenues for adventure are some of the things which simply cannot be ignored. Born out of a proud and brave history, Zimbabwe holds a special place in the hearts of millions of tourists who are pulled into its marvelous attractions every year. Geography Being a landlocked country Zimbabwe is however only slightly smaller than California. The Zimbabwean land shares boundaries with four renowned countries which happen to be Botswana on the west, Zambia placed in the [...]

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Air Zimbabwe Information Guide

August 30, 2010 in Travel Guides | 8,058 views  |  No Comments

Air Zimbabwe Information Guide

Zimbabwe is one of the fortunate African countries to have its own flagship and direct flights “Air Zimbabwe”. Air Zimbabwe also referred as “Air Zim” is headquartered in capital city, Harare and connects the country with Southern Africa, Asia and England. Flights to Zimbabwe from London are the most popular route of Air Zimbabwe. Every Monday and Thursday, Air Zimbabwe Flight flies form London Gatwick Airport to Harare International Airport offering cheap flights to Zimbabwe and affordable air fares. The return flights of Air Zimbabwe take off on Wednesday and Sundays, from Harare International Airport to Gatwick London.   Here are some interesting facts and information about your favorite airline: Flying Days: The flight times of Air Zimbabwe flight from London Gatwick is departure 18:25, with next day arrival at Harare Airport in early morning (Monday / Thursdays).  Other than that the flight times are usually in evening. On the way back from Harare, Air Zimbabwe [...]

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Victoria Falls Travel Guide

February 20, 2010 in Travel Guides | 2,871 views  |  No Comments

Victoria Falls Travel Guide

Victoria Falls, the town, is in the western portion of Zimbabwe, across the border from Livingstone, Zambia, and near Botswana. This popular tourist destination offers both adventure seekers and sightseers plenty of opportunities. Getting  in and out British Airways and South African Airways all offer daily flights between Johannesburg (JNB) and Victoria Falls Airport (VFA). Air Zimbabwe also offers flights between Victoria Falls Airport and other destinations within Zimbabwe. The roads within Zimbabwe are relatively good. The most direct way to Victoria Falls overland is from Bulawayo. It’s possible to drive in through Livingstone. Crossing an international border with a vehicle, however, will incur extra costs like carbon tax and insurance. Very annoying is the time consuming and disorganised procedure of obtaining a ‘temporary import permit’ for the car at the Zambian boarder posts. Once at the Zimbabwe boarder post the whole procedure is to be repeated, though a bit faster [...]

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Harare Travel Guide

February 19, 2010 in Travel Guides | 6,775 views  |  No Comments

Harare Travel Guide

Harare is the capital of Zimbabwe. Harare is home to some two million people, with most in central Harare but some 500,000 in the surrounding districts of Rural Harare, Chintungwiza and Epworth. Once a city of modern buildings, wide thoroughfares, numerous parks and gardens, it is now in increasing disrepair thanks to Zimbabwe’s economic downward spiral. Get in Citizens of most Western countries need to pay for visa to get into Zimbabwe. Many nationalities, such as the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and the USA can obtain a visa on arrival by paying the appropriate visa fees. Tourist arrivals could greatly increase if the new Zimbabwean government was to charge no visa fee in recognition for citizens of countries that have supported the country with food and emercency aid (900 million US Dollars) over the last few years. Visa-free entry is possible for nationals certain countries, including Malaysia, Zambia, Hong Kong and several others. Check this website for the full scoop. By plane There [...]

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