Harare Tourism

Harare is a wonderful place for nature lovers. One of the most popular Metropolitan cities of Africa, Harare has a beautiful history as well. During the colonial times, it was known as Salisbury, and after gaining proper independence, it was changed to Harare. Known as the Sunlight Paradise, this place is truly worth your time and money. Being one of the leading producers of tobacco, citrus fruits, textiles, steel, chemicals and gold, Harare is the economical backbone of Zimbabwe. 

Many Harare Tourism Packages are available to choose from. You can also take help of the Harare Tourism Guides online to plan your holiday with ease! So, what are you waiting for? Book your own Harare Tour today and gift yourself one of the best holidays of your life.

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Best Harare Tourism Guide

Travel to the charming center of Zimbabwean politics and business with Harare travel packages. It’s the best place to learn about the country’s history and experience its vibrant culture. Plan to travel to this destination for your Harare holidays by plane to the international airport in the city. South African Airways, which has direct flights from Johannesburg, can take you to the city for your trip to this place. Other airlines bring travelers to see the various attractions of Harare  from cities like Nairobi, Luanda and Dar es Salaam. Visitors can also get to the city in trains from Bulawayo and Mutare on the border with Mozambique. Alternately, you can take a bus from Johannesburg to avail Harare holiday packages.

Taxis and minibuses take tourists around the city for their Harare tour. Go over to the National Gallery, which is where several interesting national artifacts are kept. You can find glorious Shona soft-stone carvings at the gallery during your Harare tours.

The National Archives is the place to read up on the history of Zimbabwe and Africa. It’s where you can see some great examples of missionary work of the past. To make Harare vacation packages memorable, vacationers often find their way to the Book Café, which has live bands and a great ambience.

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