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We Provide Ground Handling Services In Zimbabwe
- FVBU / BUQ / Bulawayo : Bulawayo International Airport- Ground Handling Arrangement
- FVHA / HRE / Harare : Harare International Airport- Ground Handling Arrangement
- FVKB / KAB / Kariba : Kariba International Airport- Ground Handling Arrangement
- FVFA / VFA / Victoria Falls : Victoria Falls International Airport- Ground Handling Arrangement+
Travel To Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in southern Africa known for its dramatic landscape and diverse wildlife, much of it within parks, reserves and safari areas. On the Zambezi River, Victoria Falls make a thundering 108m drop into narrow Batoka Gorge, where there’s white-water rafting and bungee-jumping. Downstream are Matusadona and Mana Pools national parks, home to hippos, rhinos and birdlife.
- Victoria Falls
There’s a clear reason why tersely-named Victoria Falls is one of Zimbabwe’s must-see places. Like the eponymous towns of Niagara in the US and Canada, the settlement is just a stone’s throw from the roaring waterfalls that gave it its moniker. Thousands of people flock here to see the awesome sight every year too.
Nearly three million people call the metropolis of Harare their home, making it not only the capital but also the largest city of the nation. Sat up on plateaus of Zimbabwe’s central highlands, it certainly looks the part. Endless steel-clad skyscrapers shoot up from its CBD – the economic kingpin of the country – and First Street and the downtown buzz with purring traffic and shoppers from morning until night.
Bulawayo belies a sort of New Orleans vibe. It’s got age-stained colonial frontispieces that ooze art deco and Victorian regal styles. It’s got swaying trees dotting its old avenues, and the occasional Anglo-esque public house occupying the arcades. But this second city is more than just a historical relic. It’s also an industrial and economic hub, once known for its smoke-belching factories, and still crisscrossed by more railway lines than you can shake a Ndebele tribal trinket at.
- Matobo National Park
The legendary Matobo National Park is a cross-shaped reserve found just south out of aforementioned Bulawayo. Famed since time immemorial for its curious array of inselbergs and hoodoo rock formations, it’s a land of sculpted granite peaks and anthropomorphic bluffs. These have been a shelter for man for millennia, and today it’s possible to spy out remnants of southern Africa’s pre-history carved into the stone at spots like the Nswatugi Cave.
- Nyanga National Park
The home of the Highveld is a wild and wonderful place. Perched on the very roof of Zimbabwe, more than 1,800 meters above sea level, it’s formed by hulking hills of dolomite rock, and suspended boulders that creak in the cool breezes. Dressed in groves of msasa trees and cypresses that are rare to these regions, the habitats here can host a truly otherworldly array of creatures. Hwange National Park Bringing up the forefront of Zimbabwe’s ecotourism offering with its nigh on 15,000 square kilometers of protected landscape, the Hwange National Park rarely fails to impress safari goers making their way through this section of southern Africa. Inside its boundaries is a mosaic of Kalahari woods and teak groves, grass plains and flood flats, all of which are peppered with bulbous termite mounds and the occasional pan – a watering hole that makes this one a perfect destination for lion stalkers.
The gateway to the farthest eastern fringes of Zimbabwe and the Nyanga National Park besides, Mutare makes its home between the steep-side valleys of Manicaland. All around you can see the serrated tops of the Bvumba Mountains that enfold the town, making this one something of an enclave of civilization in the deep southern African wilds.
Welcoming travelers to the deeper reaches of Zimbabwe, Masvingo is one of the prime drop off points for VIP buses heading through to the southern edge of the country. And what a welcome it is! Sat neatly on the edge of the Mutirikwi National Park, the place has plenty in the way of outdoors exploration up its sleeve. However, the real treat has to be the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Great Zimbabwe, which lurks between the bush some 20 kilometers away.
- Lake Mutirikwi National Park
In the shadow of the sculpted Beza Range and the undulating hills of southern Zimbabwe, the Lake Mutirikwi National Park is one of the country’s more off-the-beaten-track areas for outdoors recreation. Small and compact, it completely ensconces the reservoir of erstwhile Lake Kyle, which flooded the valleys here after the construction of a dam in 1960.
A small crossroads town on the main way west from Harare to Lusaka across the border in Zambia, sleepy Chinhoyi is a kind of picture of rural Zimbabwe. It sits nestled between the rising ridges of the Mashonaland West Province, and comes with a sleepy vibe and a set of essential services – a bank, hospital and the like. However, Chinhoyi is famed mainly for one thing and one thing only: its caves.