Things to Know


International flights arrive at Harare and Victoria Falls both of which are linked well with regional hubs. There is also a daily service between Johannesburg and Bulawayo

Current Airlines arriving in Zimbabwe

South African Airways (Via Johannesburg )– British Airways ( Via Johannesburg ) – Ethiopian Airlines ( Via Addis Ababa )- Kenya Airways ( via Nairobi ) – Emirates ( via Dubai ) – Rwanda Air ( via Kigali ) – Air Namibia ( Via Windhoek ) – Fastjet


Daily Bus Services arrive and leave Zimbabwe from South Africa via Beit Bridge – Zambia via Chirundu – Botswana via Plumtree – Mozambique via Mutare.


The only Passenger service currently running efficiently is on Rovos Rail from Pretoria in South Africa to Victoria Falls – the journey is 3 days and is a luxury service that includes a game drive when you pass Hwange National Park and goes via Bulawayo

Self Drive

The country has a good network of roads and a number of border posts that allow access from all its neighbouring countries, vehicle hire is available locally although there is no one currently offering equipped off road vehicles, these should be hired through South Africa, Botswana or Zambia. We can do these arrangements for you. In all of our National Parks there is clean and tidy accommodation in campsites or fully equipped cottages that are available to you. You can also hire a National Parks game scout to accompany you in the area or take you for bush walks.