There are many natural wonders to be found in Zimbabwe. The name Zimbabwe translates as “great house of stone”. Zimbabwe’s tourist destinations offer a huge variety of activities. Zimbabwe has a lot to offer its visitors.
Zimbabwe’s commercial capital is Harare. It is a cosmopolitan and culturally vibrant city. Among the most popular attractions in Harare are the National Gallery, the Queen Victoria Museum, the bustling Mbane Musika market, the Botanical Garden, and Chapungu Kraal, a traditional village. Harare is one of Zimbabwe’s most popular tourist destinations.
Victoria Falls National Park is located on the east and south banks of the Zambezi River. It is one of the most popular falls in the world. This park features a rainforest with ferns, palms and liana vines. It is also home to many animals like white rhino, elephants, cape buffalo and hippopotamus. Victoria Falls is among the most significant Zimbabwean tourist destinations visited by many tourists.
Bulawayo, the second largest city in Zimbabwe. The main attractions of this place are the Railway Museum, which features a passenger coach dating back to 1904 and the National Museum.
Mount Nyangani, located in Nyanga National Park is Zimbabwe’s highest peak and is 8504 feet high. It has many beautiful rivers and waterfalls which are the major attractions of this site. Mountain hiking and rock climbing are popular activities at this spot.
Naletale Ruins, found near Matabeleland display stone monuments. Matobo National Park in Bulawayo is home to the famous Matobo hills and Lake Matobo Recreational Park. It has different species of animals such as rhinoceros, leopards and sable antelopes.
The Bvumba Mountains are situated between Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The Bvumba Mountains are one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. It has a casino, a golf course and a botanical garden.
Khami Ruins is one of Zimbabwe’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These ruins can be traced back to the 13th century A.D. It is known for its stone walls and hut platforms.
Near Gweru, the Dhlo Dhlo Ruins hold ruins of a town dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries. Here you will find houses made of wood-reinforced mud.
Zimbabwe’s food comes in different shades of color and flavor. Some of the popular dishes of Zimbabwe are Sadza (porridge prepared from cornmeal and water), Nhedzi Soup, Bota, Whawha, Chibuku and Mazoe.