Great Zimbabwe Guide is an independent travel blog giving you useful information about Zimbabwe travel. Read the the FAQs, city guides, travel tips, itineraries, advice on where to stay as well as things to do. Plus, read some travel journals to get inspiration for your next visit.
Book overview: Out of Shadows by Jason Wallace Genre: Fiction Great Zimbabwe Guide summary: Plunges you into the wounded psyche of Zimbabwe as it might have been 25 years ago. Do read it: if you want to get another perspective of the racial struggles of pre- and post-Independence Zimbabwe; and to help put current-day events […]
The Impro Show: 80s aerobics edition 4-9 October 2010 Daily 7pm Reps Theatre Upstairs, Second Street Extension, Harare Tickets: $10 / students and pensioners $5 / discount for HIFA Amigos Contact: 308159 Website: www.theimproshow.com (more…)
One Sunday in November, 7 000 people of all ages, races and backgrounds gathered in Harare. 3 000 people met at White City stadium in Bulawayo. Similar meetings took place in Gweru, Masvingo, Hwange and scores of villages around the country. Further afield, from Canada, to Australia, UK, and Mauritius, there were Zimbabweans in the […]
Prudence Mabhena is the lead singer of the award-winning Zimbabwean band Liyana. She and her seven band members are all disabled. She is also the title character of the documentary Music by Prudence, which won the 2010 Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. Her voice has been likened to South African music legend Miriam Makeba […]
These are something special: unlike their sometimes dark and crowded overseas counterparts, they are open-air, laid-back jewels in Harare’s landscape …
Want to get a break from the bustle of Harare city? Here’s my list of the best day trips from Harare. Many of the venues offer accommodation, so they make great weekend breaks from Harare, too.
Zimbabwe’s capital city of Harare has something for everyone – you just have to know where to look …
If you found out that your flight to Zimbabwe was actually in 2 hours and not a day and 2 hours like you thought, what would you pack?