Harare

The nation’s capital Harare is in the northeastern region of Zimbabwe and is also the traditional homeland to the Shona people. Not to be missed is the magical Chinhoyi Caves.

Where To Go

Harare
Zimbabwe's capital city Harare is the most cosmopolitan city north of the Limpopo river in Southern Africa. Harare boasts of an international airport and numerous five-star hotels and restaurants, shopping malls, cinemas, theatres, night clubs, horseracing, plus more cultural pleasures in and around the city. ...read more
Mavuradonha Wilderness
The Mavuradonha Wilderness, meaning “Place of Falling Water” in the Shona language, is one of the last intact pristine wilderness areas remaining in the country. It is a truly unique part of the world, with some amazing six hundred square kilometers of savannah woodland, the spectacular scenery of the Zambezi Escarpment and of course diverse wildlife. ...read more

What To Do

Kuimba Shiri Bird Park
Kuimba Shiri Bird Park is situated on the shores of Lake Chivero, in a National Park boasting over 460 species of indigenous birds in the wild. Established over 20 years ago Kuimba Shiri Bird Park is the only bird park in Zimbabwe and is home to orphaned, injured and abandoned birds. ...read more
Amanzi Restaurant
Situated in the heart of the Northern Suburbs of Harare, Amanzi Restaurant is set well back from the road in 4 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. An old farmhouse, architecturally converted to a stylish modern restaurant, Amanzi has the capacity to seat 100 people. ...read more
Lake Manyame
Lake Manyame is one of the best angling environments in the world. Challenge the staggering Bass fishing record of 18,4 pounds, experience stunning and breathtaking views of the lake from the dam wall and picnic sites, try out a variety of water sports or enjoy bird watching in this peaceful and tranquil environment. ...read more
National Herbarium and Botanic Garden
The 58-hectare National Botanic Gardens contain examples of the diverse plant life that thrive in Harare's pleasant climate. Most Zimbabwean species are represented, as well as specimens from Southern Africa. It's a great place to spend the day. One can walk one's dog, have a light meal in the restaurant and generally enjoy the situation. ...read more
Chinhoyi Caves
The Chinhoyi Caves consist of a system of tunnels, dark caverns & sunlit pools. Explore The Wonder Hole, a large collapsed cavern whose walls drop vertically down into the depths of the unbelievably blue and crystal clear Sleeping Pool. ...read more
Lake Chivero
Lake Chivero Recreational Park is located just outside of Harare, the nation's capital. This 16km long lake is a paradise for wildlife and also has a great variety of birdlife. There are plenty of activities here including Fishing, Watersports, Game Walks, Horse Riding & Crocodile Viewing. ...read more
Ewanrigg Botanical Garden
Ewanrigg Botanical Garden is noted for its wide collection of indigenous and exotic plants and is one of the world's largest aloe and cycad gardens. It has a calm and peaceful environment, scenic views and wide variety of plant species. ...read more