Zimbabwe is a landlocked country located in the southern part of Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers.
Zimbabwe borders South Africa to the south, Botswana to the southwest, Zambia to the northwest and Mozambique to the east.
English, Shona and Ndebele are the official languages in Zimbabwe.
In 1923, Zimbabwe was known as Southern Rhodesia, in 1965, was Rhodesia, and in 1979 was the Zimbabwe Rhodesia.
Formerly known as Gu-Bulawayo by Ndebele, Zimbabwe's second largest city calm showing no signs of violence he witnessed on several occasions in the past. In fact, product and creative people...
There are three main types of street scene for the visitor to Harare. The streets pretty neat "city" with its tall buildings ranging from the brilliant eccentric. No through the quiet streets...
Eastern Zimbabwe is a country of mountains, national parks and secluded getaways. The highlands of the East, which stretches along the border between Zimbabwe and Mozambique, offers a refreshing ...
Northern Zimbabwe covering the area rich in scenic and wildlife just below the lower Zambezi River. Highlights of the area are the eastern side of River Kariba and Mana Pools National Park magic...
Western Zimbabwe is a place worth allocating a good portion of your travel time. Intriguing Bulawayo is a culturally rich city and great base for trips to nearby national parks.
This mountainous area bordering Mozambique offers a completely different landscape and climate to most of Zimbabwe. The cool, lushly vegetated uplands could easily be mistaken for the River District of England.
The Hwange Wildlife area is a 280km large area of land which includes the Hwange National Park, the remote Kazuma Pan National Park, three safari hunting areas and two indigenous forests.
River Kariba is the result of a massive damming project undertaken in 1958 to flood an area of the Zambezi Valley in order to create a hydroelectric power plant for Zimbabwe and Zambia.
This area is one of the more remote and wild areas of Zimbabwe, and also one of the only wildlife rich areas of Africa where guests can walk freely in the bush.
This ancient area of huge, heaped boulders and inspiring views is located just a few kilometers from the city of Bulawayo and is the final resting place of Cecil John Rhodes.
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