Zimbabwe

Points of Interests

Balancing Rocks, Victoria's Fall, National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Matobo National Park, Chapungu Sculpture Park

 

Climate

During the wet season, from November to March, rains usually fall in heavy afternoon showers, but they can sometimes be lighter and continuous for a couple of days. The dry season, from April to October, is pretty much rain free and colder. Nights and mornings can be as cold as 5°C, but daytime temperatures are still pleasant with a great deal of sunshine.

 

Transportations

There are three airports in Zimbabwe: Harare International Airport, which is the main gateway into Zimbabwe and alternate entry point into Central and Southern Africa; Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Airport, which is the gateway to the City of Kings and Queens as well as to world heritage sites Khami Ruins (ancient architecture) and Matobo Hills (bold beads) and Victoria Falls Airport, which provides direct access to the Seventh Natural Wonder of the World and Heritage Site Mosi-oa-Tunya on the River Zambezi, also known as the magnificent Victoria Falls.

 

Currency

 

Travel Tips

 

Source: Zimbabwe Tourism, World Travel Guide​​