Zimbabwe, a natural and beauty country is located between South Africa and Zambia, full of a spectacular scenery.
Zimbabwe boasts the famous Victoria Falls, the giant marble-like boulders of the Motopo Hills, the mountains of the Eastern Highlands, national parks, the Great Zimbabwe ancient ruins and the country’s impressive capital city, Harare. Other major cities include Bulawayo, Chitungwiza, Mutare, Gweru, Kwekwe, Masvingo and Marondera.
There’s a loto f attraction in this great country, like the untamed wilderness of the Zambezi Valley, the national parks, and the shores of Lake Kariba, which hosts the most flourishing wildlife, where hippo, crocodiles, buffalo, rhino, elephant and lion wander freely. Visitors can enjoy some of the finest canoe safaris in Southern Africa, particularly in the World Heritage site at Mana Pools, famous for its wide variety of game.
The official language is English. It has a subtropical climate, and the country’s currency is the Zimbabwean Dollar.
Whenever you visit Zimbabwe, is very important to keep something in mind: US and International driving permits are accepted and the electricity runs on 220 Volts and the country code is 263.