Cheap flights to Zimbabwe
Flights to Zimbabwe
Reasons To Visit Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe has an extremely interesting history and has long been a popular destination for travelers looking to explore the incredible natural wonders of the country. By far the most famous spot in the country is the stunning Victoria Falls, celebrated as one of the seven natural wonders of the world. There are also many more spectacular natural sights to be seen in the country including at the Hwange National Park with its diverse wildlife, while there are plenty of adventurous outdoor pursuits to be enjoyed including hiking, camping and wildlife watching. The capital of Zimbabwe is Harare, a place rich in culture and heritage where you can find many interesting things to do. Consider visiting the famous National Gallery with its many ancient artifacts or the incredible Mukuvisi Woodlands for a day of bird watching.
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Arriving In Zimbabwe
If you are looking to catch flights from the UAE to Zimbabwe you will not be able to make the journey directly. However, it is relatively simple to fly to Harare Airport, the country’s main airport, by making a stopover. Also known as Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport, Harare Airport is set within a single passenger terminal and is located just over 10 km away from the capital. Inside the airport you will find all of the essential amenities and services you would need including a few shops and places to eat and drink, while the airport also provides travelers with Wi-Fi. When you have arrived at the airport, the most convenient way to get to your destination is by taxi which can be arranged just outside the airport.
Zimbabwe Travel Information
Many nationals including those from the UAE will be able to obtain a visa upon arrival in Zimbabwe. In Zimbabwe you can expect relatively hot temperatures from September to November with average highs of around 28 degrees, while the coolest period in the country falls between May and August. In Zimbabwe a number of currencies are legal tender as the country does not utilize its own national currency, with the US dollar the most popular form of payment.
* This information is correct as of December 2017
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