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A world of wonders

Home to some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes, journey to Zimbabwe to discover a perfect destination for an unforgettable adventure. From soaring mountains to majestic waterfalls to vast plains where lions, elephants, zebra and more roam. With flights to Harare, Bulawayo, Hwange, Kariba and Victoria Falls, you will fall in love with Zimbabwe, and before you leave, you will plan your next trip back.


Where We Fly To In Zimbabwe

Explore our flights to Zimbabwe's top destinations

Flights to BULAWAYO (BUQ)

Connecting Bulawayo with Johannesburg and Harare

*Subject to availability

From USD 112.33*
Flights to HARARE <br>(HRE)

Connecting Harare with Johannesburg, Bulawayo, Kariba and Victoria Falls.

*Subject to availability

From USD 112.33*

Connecting Victoria Falls with Johannesburg, Harare, Hwange, Kariba and Nelspruit, Kruger.

*Subject to availability

From USD 108.31*
Flights to Bulawayo

Connecting Bulawayo with Johannesburg and Harare

USD 112.33*
Flights to Harare

Connecting Harare with Johannesburg, Bulawayo and Victoria Falls.

From USD 112.33*

About Zimbabwe


Zimbabwe, officially the Republic of Zimbabwe, is a landlocked country located in Southeast Africa. The country is bordered by Zambia to the north, South Africa to the south, Botswana to the south-west and Mozambique to the east.

The capital and largest city is Harare. The second largest city is Bulawayo. The population of Zimbabwe is made up of approximately 15 million people. Zimbabwe has many official languages, with English, Shona, and Ndebele the most common.

Zimbabwe boasts a subtropical climate. Southern parts of the country tend to be the hottest and driest. The area around the Zambezi River being particularly hot. The Eastern Highlands experience cooler temperatures. The country’s rainy season generally runs from late October to March.

A journey to Zimbabwe is full of memorable moments. Soaring mountains, tumbling waterfalls, and vast plains where lions, elephants, zebra and more roam. Adventures are around every corner. From vibrant cities to areas of tranquillity such as Lake Kariba where fishing, water skiing and camping are popular activities. Another iconic destination such as the Hwange National Park is home to one of the biggest herds of elephants in the world. A wide range of animals such as the painted dog and the solitary civet are also a common sight in Hwange. And of course, a trip to Zimbabwe is not complete without visiting the majestic Victoria Falls – one of the natural wonders of the world.

Local taxis, buses, organised tour buses and regular flights provide inter and intra city connectivity. Visitors usually combine vacations with visits to South Africa, Mozambique & Botswana in exploring the amazing Southern Africa region and its diverse countries.

Local currency

The official currency of Zimbabwe is the Zimbabwe dollar (ZWL) although it is not an internationally recognised currency. The US Dollar is the dominant currency. If you are a visitor to Zimbabwe, you want to have with you US Dollars.

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