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  • Harare is the largest city and capital of Zimbabwe.

  • Situated at an elevation of 1,483m.

  • Estimated population of 1,542,813 (2018)


  • Zimbabwe’s centre of administration, commerce and communications.

  • Trade centre for tobacco, maize, cotton and citrus fruits. 

  • Manufactures textiles, steel and chemicals, and gold is also mined in the area.

  • Abundance of restaurants and coffee shops (we are happy to recommend our favourites).

  • Offers a number of local markets for purchasing curios to take home.

  • Domboshawa is a beautiful granite hill on the outskirts of Harare and is perfect for a picnic or sundowner. 

  • Wild is Life, Twala Trust, Bally Vaughan and Mukuvisi are wildlife sanctuaries that are well worth a visit.

  • A warm temperate climate almost all year round. 

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By road
All border posts contain easily sign posted routes to Harare

By air
The international airport is relatively small but does service a number of international destinations as well as daily flights to Bulawayo and a few times weekly flights to Kariba and Victoria Falls.

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