WELCOME TO ZIMBABWE

Zimbabwe offers something for every budget, making it a top choice for value guests who want an authentic African experience that is also affordable. Changes by the local government have stabilized the country's infrastructure and made improvements that accommodate tourism. Local operators have maintained pricing to bring in guests of every budget lever. 

Zimbabwe have amazing bush destinations. The national parks have a abundant of diverse wildlife. You sense a certain sense of isolation when you explore the remote areas, because of the absence of people. 

You do feel a part of the communities travelling through Zimbabwe.  These people have a intense love for the homeland and they have no problem sharing it with others. 

The Big 5 and a abundance of other wildlife make this country worthwhile to visit. 

The Victoria Falls can also be seen on the Zimbabwe side and is also of the World Heritage sites in Zimbabwe. 

HISTORY AND TOURIST ATTRACTIONS: 

VISA REQUIREMENTS

South African passport holders do not require a visa to visit Zimbabwe. Most nationalities, including UK,USA,Canadian, Australian and New Zealand passport holders, require a visa to enter Zimbabwe which can be obtained upon arrival or in advance from an embassy. 

KAZA Visa

Zimbabwe and Zambia have re-introduced the popular, and much-awaited KAZA (Kavango-Zambezi) "Uni-Visa", which allows visitors to stay in either (or both) countries for up to 30days for a single payment of U$$50.

The UniVisa is available at Harare, Victoria Falls, Lusaka and Livingstone International airports, the Victoria Falls land border (Zimbabwe/Zambia) and the Kazungula land border (Zimbabwe/Zambia/Botswana)

CLIMATE

Altitude and relief greatly affect both temperature and rainfall in Zimbabwe. The higher areas in the east and the highveld receive more rainfall and are cooler than the lower areas. Temperatures on the highveld vary from 12–13° C (54–55° F ) in winter to 24° C (75° F ) in summer.

ELECTRICITY

In Zimbabwe the power sockets are of type D and G. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

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SA: VIC FALLS & HWANGE SPLENDOUR

6 DAYS/5 NIGHTS

SA: ZIMBABWE WATERWAYS AND ZAMBIA WILDERNESS

10 DAYS/9 NIGHTS

SA:LAKE KARIBA FLY INN

4 DAYS/3 NIGHTS

SA: MANA POOLS FLY IN

4 DAYS/3 NIGHTS