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Zimbabwe Overview

Zimbabwe is a gilded land of some of the most fascinating natural wonders. The land is home to Victoria Falls, the grand attraction that reveals something grand about the grace of Mother Nature. It also offers the best of wildlife parks in southern Africa, ranging from verdant mountains of the Eastern highlands to the verdant grasslands of Hwange National Park. There are also vast range of botanical gardens, remarkable sanctuaries and legions of national safaris. Indeed, holidaymakers from all over the globe plan vacations to tour the prized possessions of captivating marvels of this nation.

Top Destinations in Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls is undoubtedly the major attraction in Zimbabwe. Forming the natural border between Zimbabwe and Senegal, it is one of the most remarkable waterfalls on face of the earth. Another mesmerising attraction is Eastern Highlands, the chain of mountains and green countryside is a happy hunting ground for trekking. It is also home to country's Zimbabwe's highest mountain, Mt Nyangani. Vacationers also have the great prerogative of enjoying time in Harare, the capital and the largest city of the nation where past goes hand in hand with present. They also witness the grandeur of Great Zimbabwe National Monument, Mana Pools National Park, Matobo National Park and other wonderful parks of the nation.

Flight Tickets to Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is well-connected to major destinations of the world including United Kingdom. A good number of airlines based in East Africa, Europe and Middle East run scheduled flights to Zimbabwe key airports like Harare International Airport. British travellers who are looking for air connectivity from London Heathrow, Manchester or Birmingham have number of choices available for them. One of the best bets is UK's flag carrier British Airways that runs scheduled services to Zimbabwe, offering vast choices to Britons on a quest for tickets to Zimbabwe. Otherwise, they can reserve tickets with well-known global carriers like Kenya Airways and South African Airways.

Zimbabwe Quick Travel Facts

Geography: Zimbabwe is located in southern part of Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers. The country is bordered by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the southwest, Senegal to the northwest and Mozambique to the east.

Capital: Harare

Key Holiday Destinations: Harare, Mana Pools National Park, Matobo National Park, Victoria Falls

Popular Airports: Harare International Airport

Popular Airlines: Kenya Airways and South African Airways

Language: English, Shona and Ndebele

Time Zone: UTC+2

Popular Holidays: Wildlife, Adventure Sports, Shopping Winter Sun, Sightseeing, Culture and History.

British High Commission: British High Commission
3 Norfolk Road,
Mount Pleasant,

Best Time to Visit Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe features favourable climate regardless of its location in the middle of the tropical zone. However, the dry winter season from May to October makes for the ideal time to visit Zimbabwe and visit the spectacular game parks. It is a time when good number of animals gathers around ponds and streams and offer easy visibility. It is best to avoid vacations from mid-April to mid-May and mid-July to mid-September, December and early January due to South African school holidays and it can be very busy. Winter is also a great time with temperatures ranging agreeably between 13ºC and 20 ºC. Considering the high tourist influx, the tickets aboard flights and accommodations will be expensive.

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