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A landlocked country, Zimbabwe is located in southern Africa. The country is famed for its diverse wildlife as well as dramatic landscapes including highveld, balancing boulders, vast grasslands, flaming msasa trees, lush mountains, and lifeblood rivers. Zimbabwe is dotted with reserves, national parks, and safari areas. Visitors can discover UNESCO World Heritage archaeological sites in these very parks. The internationally renowned Victoria Falls is emblematic of the country. Among the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, the waterfall makes a steep 108-meter drop into the Batoka Gorge. Other top natural attractions in Zimbabwe are the Hwange National Park, Chimanimani Mountains, Epworth Balancing Rocks, and Matobo Hills. Visitors here can indulge in several activities such as rafting, bunjee jumping, hiking, cliff diving, trekking, swimming, and wildlife spotting. History enthusiasts would love to explore the multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely, Khami Ruins National Monument (archaeological site), Great Zimbabwe Ruins (former royal capital), and Matobo Hills (home to the largest collection of rock paintings in Southern Africa). The country is home to several cultural institutions and hosts popular festivals such as Harare International Festival of Arts, Bulawayo Music Festival, Zimbabwe International Book Fair, Jikinya Traditional Dance Festival, and Harare International Food Festival.
Popular Destinations in Zimbabwe

Harare

Capital of Zimbabwe, Harare is also the largest city in the country. The city sits on plateaus of Zimbabwe’s central highlands. The Epworth Balancing Rocks, located southeast of the city, is a major tourist attraction here. Visitors can also head over to Ngomakurira Hill, which is home to ancient San rock paintings. Harare is an upcoming metropolis and lined with a mix of colonial and contemporary buildings. The city’s downtown is full of shops, eateries, and bars that are open till late. Harare is home to several gardens and cultural institutions, such as Ewanrigg Botanical Gardens, National Botanic Garden, Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences, Chapungu Sculpture Park, National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe, Harare Gardens, Dendera Gallery, and First Floor Gallery Harare. The National Gallery of Zimbabwe is especially noteworthy for its extensive collection of African traditional objects such as jewelry, textiles, musical instruments, and baskets, and contemporary art.

Bulawayo

Located in southwest Zimbabwe, Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe. The city is famous for its regal colonial buildings which are a blend of art deco and Victorian architectural styles. With its leafy avenues, and wide squares, Bulawayo oozes an old-world charm. Today, Bulawayo isn’t simply a relic but a booming economic and industrial hub of Zimbabwe. The city has multiple interesting museums such as Natural History Museum of Zimbabwe, and Bulawayo Railway Museum. West of the city, history enthusiasts can explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Khami. It is the second most important archaeological site in the country after the Great Zimbabwe Ruins. Bulawayo is a lush green town and acts as a gateway to the Matoba National Park. The park is home to Stone Age cave art and the Matobo Hills rock formations. black eagles, impalas, zebras, and rhinos can be spotted in the region.

Hwange

Hwange is located near the international borders with Zambia and Botswana, in north-western Zimbabwe. Hwange is the nearest largest city to the UNESCO World Heritage Victoria Falls and a gateway to the Hwange National Park. The national park is becoming one of the most popular safari destinations due to its abundant wildlife. Spread across 15,000 square kilometres, the park encompasses Kalahari woods, teak groves, flood flats, and grass plains. Due to its proximity to the Victoria Falls, it is a prime spot to camp and stay close to nature. The Hwange National Park is also home two conservation centers, namely the Painted Dog Project Center and the National Leopard Project. Over 400 species of birds, cheetahs, wild dogs, African leopards, hyenas, cape dogs, and elephants roam freely in the park.

Best Time to Visit Zimbabwe
With 320 days of sunshine, Zimbabwe is an all year-round destination. However, the best time to take Zimbabwe flights is from July to October during dry season. For those who wish to avoid crowds and get economical flights, November to April is the ideal time to take cheap flights to Zimbabwe.
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