Zimbabwe Travel Directory
Welcome to Zimbabwe - a land rich in diversity from low-lying semi-desert to lush highlands enveloped in forests and lakes. Zimbabwe continues to dip in and out of international headlines, often creating a daunting vibe for prospective visitors. In 2008 the economy collapsed and there was a cholera outbreak that killed around 4000 people.
Today, the cholera has abated, the economy has dollarised and, at least in the urban areas, things are easier and the people happier. Behind the grim news reports lies one of Southern Africa's most beautiful countries. Situated on a high plateau in Southern Africa and covering 390 245km, visitors will see a wholly different image of the country, and will realise just how amazing it truly is.
Despite being forced to sacrifice so much, Zimbabweans have not lost their humour or tenacity. With so few visiting the country, tourists can expect royal treatment! Zimbabwe is not nearly as cheap as it once was, but its richness in culture remain the same. Colonialism stays etched in all sorts of ways, but local traditions are visible. Read More