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Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe offers a diverse range of activities. From luxury vacations, safari experiences, history and culture tours to exploring vast and unspoiled national parks, there is indeed something for everyone. No matter where you go, you are constantly surrounded by warm and hospitable people, always wearing a smile and willing to lend a helping hand.

A journey through Zimbabwe introduces you to the natural wonders of the African wilderness. You will be surprised to discover luxury accommodation and service in the most remote corners of this fascinating country. Zimbabwe remains largely pristine and non-commercialized, despite developing tourism.

A journey to Zimbabwe will leave the explorer satisfied with world-class facilities, with nature and friendly locals who display, as always, the warm hospitality of the Southern African people.

Best Time to Visit:
April to May and August to September.

Language:
English, Shona and Sindabele are the most commonly spoken languages, with English being the official language

Currency:
Having abandoned its own currency, the Z$, US dollars are now most widely accepted. For exchange rates, click here.

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Helpful Information

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Please contact your local embassy for visa requirements, or click here to email us should you require assistance.

Mosquito Icon Red Malaria Advice

It is recommended that an anti-malaria prophylactic is taken if visiting Zimbabwe as Malaria is common throughout the country. Please see your physician or visit your travel clinic for advice.

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A service charge is usually included in the bill; otherwise a 10% tip is customary. In general, tipping for good service is discretionary. Tour guides and game rangers depend largely on tips for their income, which should range from US$5 to US$10 per person per day. If you need any further information or have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact one of our consultants who will be more than happy to help.

Zimbabwe Diplomatic Affairs and Visa Information

Zimbabwean Consulate (South Africa office)

Tel: 0027 11 616-9534/5/6
Fax: 0027 011 616-8692
P O Box 9398, Johannesburg 2000
E-mail: zta@telkomsa.net

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