Getting to Zimbabwe

Getting to Zimbabwe

Travel information

Travelling by Air

Zimbabwe has three International Airports in three major cities in Harare there is Robert Mugabe International Airport, Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport in Bulawayo and Victoria Falls International Airport in Victoria Falls. There are also 17 domestic airports in the country for the convenience of tourists that prefer flying to their tourist attraction places other than travelling by road.

Travelling by Road

Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in Southern Africa surrounded by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the southwest, Zambia to the northwest and Mozambique to the east and north. It has ten main border posts namely Chirundu Border Post, Kariba Border Post, Victoria Falls Border Post, Kazungula Border Post, Pandamatenga Border Post, Ramokgwebane Border Post, Beitbridge Border Post, Espungabera Border Post, Forbes Border Post Mutare and Nyamapande Border Post.

Getting Around in Zimbabwe

There is so much to see in Zimbabwe that you’ll probably want to visit a number of National Parks and cities to get the most out of your trip. This brings up the tricky question of how to get around? Package holidays usually include transport within Zimbabwe which is great if you’re a first-timer! You can also book internal flights or buses or self drive

Self Drive

Driving yourself is a more authentic experience and best way to explore national parks and off road cars are advised.

Airport Shuttle

Prefer flying? No worries you can book your internal flight and fly to see your destination in Zimbabwe.

Shuttle services

Consider hiring a shuttle company (airport or Intercity) to transport you in Zimbabwe for your ultimate holiday experience.