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Top 10 Places To Visit In Harare

Harare is the capital of Zimbabwe. On the edge of landscaped Harare Gardens, the National Gallery of Zimbabwe has a large collection of African contemporary art and traditional pieces like baskets, textiles, jewelry, and musical instruments. The unusual granite formation Epworth Balancing Rocks is southeast of the city. Wildlife such as zebras and giraffes roam Mukuvisi Woodlands, which has bike

Chilojo Cliffs

The Chilojo cliffs are situated within the great Gonarezhou National Park. They were created as a result of a long natural process involving water and wind erosion, which occurs over innumerable years. Even though the cliffs are found in the park which is the main attraction, they are a wonder to behold. The red coloured cliffs which offer a view

Cecil John Rhodes

Cecil John Rhodes, business man, mining entrepreneur and a politician in Southern Africa – his legacy and memory still lives on.... Cecil John Rhodes will always be known as an aspiring leader. He was extremely fascinated by the beauty of Zimbabwe as well as the potential it held and saw Zimbabwe as a truly extraordinary region. Born in England, he relocated to

Chinhoyi Caves

The Chinhoyi Caves are a group of caves near the town of Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe. They are located approximately 8 km north of the town of Chinhoyi, and 128 km north-west of Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe. The Chinhoyi Caves are the most extensive cave system in Zimbabwe that the public can access, and were designated a National Park in 1955. The


Harare the capital of Zimbabwe, The city contains modern buildings, wide roads, numbers of huge parks and gardens. The whole city is lined up with flowering trees and moderate climate which gives a green feel. The city is very rich in cultural and historical heritage and many old building has been prevented from decaying. The city is popular in manufacturing


  Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe, with a population of more than a million people.  Known as “The City of Kings”, Bulawayo is a multicultural city with residents able to speak at least three languages (including English, Ndebele, Zulu, Xhosa, Kalanga, Sotho and SeSwati). Bulawayo has been considered the business capital of Zimbabwe and is strategically close to Botswana

Hwange National Park

At just over 14 600 square kilometres, Hwange is the largest National Park in Zimbabwe, and one of the most important natural sanctuaries for wildlife in Southern Africa. Situated on the main road between Bulawayo and the world famous Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park boasts a tremendous selection of wildlife and over 100 species of birds.  Hwange carries 105 mammal species, including 19 large

Matobo Hills National Park,

The fantastic shapes and deep valleys of the Matopos Hills were formed by river erosion over 2000 million years ago.  The granite was forced to the surface, and eroded to produce smooth surfaces among broken hills, strewn with boulders and interspersed with chunks of vegetation.  This landscape led to its name, “Matopos Hills”, meaning “Bald Heads” in Ndebele. The Matobo Hills cover

Gonarezhou National Park, Zimbabwe

Gonarezhou meaning "Place of many Elephants" is an extremely scenic Park full of rugged and beautiful landscapes. Three major rivers - The Save, Runde and Mwenezi - cut their courses through the Park, forming pools and natural oases from which hundreds of species of birds, wildlife and fish gather to feed and drink. Gonarezhou is famous for its elephants, and

Mana Pools National Park

  Mana Pools is a wildlife conservation area in Western Zimbabwe. Mana means “four” in Shona, in reference to the four large permanent pools formed over time by the movement of the lower Zambezi River, where the flood plains turn into a broad expanse of lakes after each rainy season.  The variety and number of wild animals that can be seen at