Beauty of Zimbabwe

The land that reflects true Africa is Zimbabwe. It’s a landlocked country and one of the most beautiful countries in Africa. The centre of attention; Zimbabwe has gigantic waterfalls, bungee jumping sites and a vast range of Safari parks and offers beautiful sceneries, impressive culture and soothing atmosphere which attracts thousands of people from all over the world. These hot spots make Zimbabwe a popular destination for the tourists. In the last few years, demand for flights to Harare has increased swiftly.

Picturesque Features:

One can find many natural wonders in the country and a visit to the magnificent Victoria Falls is an unforgettable experience. It’s an adventure paradise and exclusively offers activities like parachuting, diving and water rafting. Since Zimbabwe is famous for its wonderments, it has a mountain series, which includes Mount Nvangani Bvumba Mountains and The Nyanga National Park. One can experience the panoramic views that are simple astounding. Zimbabwe is also known as “house of stones” hence, there are many ruined cities that are visited by tourists in great number. These include, Khami Ruins, Dhlo-Dhlo, Great Zimbabwe and Naletale and the most famous; Great Zimbabwe ruins.

Cities of Zimbabwe:


Zimbabwe has many beautiful cities, which include Bulawayo, Gweru, Harare and Mutare. The city of Harare is an advanced capital city of Zimbabwe that offers incredible nightlife, events, accommodations and a lot more. Due to its contemporary architecture and bright environment, many tourists book their cheap flights to Harare. One can taste the world’s delicious food and enjoy walking in the green parks of the city – Harare certainly is soul of Zimbabwe. Bulawayo is also an important and neat city of Zimbabwe as it homes a variety of parks, low colonial buildings and natural attractions that are famous all over the region. It is located near the Hwange National Park, The Victoria Falls, Khami Ruins and Matobo National Park. Affordable accommodations are easily available within Zimbabwe and visitors are facilitated with all possible needs.

Wildlife Extravaganza:


From adventure lovers to nature lovers; Zimbabwe offers a valuable range of game viewing and other exciting activities. One can visit any of eight national parks in Zimbabwe, which includes The Victoria Falls National Park, and Hwange National Park. These parks are well known for their flora and fauna. Visitors from all over the world are amazed to see more than 100 mammals in the park including; Lion, leopard, giraffe, zebra and so much more. Ones trip to these parks is certainly memorable as well as exciting.


National languages of Zimbabwe are Shona, Ndebele and English. One will not have any problem interacting with the friendly native of Zimbabwe due to the frequently spoken English.



Mineral exports and agriculture are the two main industries of the Zimbabwe, whereas Tourism industry is emerging with a successful process. Each year, the number of tourist’s increases and the economy and transportation in Zimbabwe has progressed as well. The government earns around $400 million in foreign currency each year, in addition to this; Zimbabwe’s tourism authority is also working to promote the country as a vacation destination and is planning to increase tourism by providing flights to Harare or anywhere else in Zimbabwe.

4 Responses

  1. aniston May 8, 2010 at 12:23 pm #

    Yes Zimbabwe is one of my most favorite African destinations. Though it has a huge list of tourists attractions but I like The Great Zimbabwe’s Ruin. Great Zimbabwe was the capital of Queen of Sheba and was spread over 80 ha. As it has an old nice structure that’s why It has been chosen as a World heritage Site in 1989. Believe me it’s a must visit place

  2. george May 10, 2010 at 12:59 pm #

    Though i have visited Zimbabwe but I don’t know much about it. I have been there for 3 days and all of my days were spend in Victoria Falls town and near Zambezi River. Belive me the Victoria Falls are breathtaking place and everyone should visit it. This time i have a plan to travel around whole Zimbabwe. I have heard much about The Great Zimbabwe Ruin.

  3. andy May 11, 2010 at 1:46 pm #

    hey that’s great if English is widely spoken language in Zimbabwe. By the way it’s a strange for me that in an African country English is such a widely spoken language. Anyways this would be helpful for tourists from around the world to deal with the shopkeepers.

  4. Admin May 26, 2010 at 5:28 am #

    Hey that’s great… It seems you people have good knowledge about Zimbabwe.
    Yes Andy, English is widely spoken language in Zimbabwe as it was the colony of British Government.