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Here’s what you need to know about health and safety regulations for travel to Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe re-opened its major airports to International and Regional passenger flights on 1 October 2020, with domestic services having already resumed earlier in September. We are DELIGHTED to welcome visitors back to our beautiful country once again! Please note the following measures
An African Safari is usually a once-in-a-lifetime bucket-list trip and Safari options are as varied and wide as the continent itself. Planning a Safari can be almost as fun as the Safari itself, if you have the right knowledge and advice. In today’s modern world with the pressures of everyday life and the issues facing
The following is a circular we have received from Botswana Tourism introducing a $30 tourism levy for entries into Botswana from June 1st 2017. TOURISM DEVELOPMENT LEVY The Levy Background The Ministry of Environment Natural Resources’ Conservation and Tourism through the Botswana Tourism Organisation wishes to announce the introduction of an obligatory Tourism
The new Victoria Falls Airport, which now has the capacity to handle 1.5 million passengers per annum, tripling its previous volume, and is capable of landing some of the world’s largest aircraft, was officially opened on Friday 18th November 2016. The airport features a four kilometer runway, state of the art control tower, which
Please note that as of the 1st October 2016, the Botswana Government updated their laws concerning traveling with minors. The Ministry of Nationality, Immigration and Gender Affairs informs the general public and travel industry that it has imposed requirements for minors (children under 18) traveling through the country’s ports of entry. Minors traveling
Vultures, also known as scavengers are integral to the ecosystem, as they are the rubbish collectors and cleaners of the bush – without them there would be more disease in our immediate environment, adversely affecting wildlife, domestic animals and humans. Vulture stomach acid is exceptionally corrosive; allowing them to safely digest putrid carcasses infected with
Steven Chikosi is a Harare-based photographer and videographer. Over time he noticed he had an eye for photography and began taking snapshots of city scenes and faces until he built Steven Chikosi Photography. Today Steven is a top Instagrammer, on a mission to tell positive stories of daily life in Zimbabwe. His portfolio covers anything
For those who are new to high tea, and for those who are frequent acquaintances, high tea at the Victoria Falls Hotel will not disappoint. The British tradition of ‘high tea’ stretches back to the mid-1700s as an afternoon meal, usually served between 3 and 4 o’clock and served at the dining room table.