Not Required: British Commonwealth, the European Union, Norway,
Switzerland, the USA, or Japan.
Best to travel
In autumn, winter and spring, (April to September). Winters are
mild during the day and cold at night, with almost no rainfall.
Electricity is 220-240 V.
English is the official language of Zimbabwe. Other indigenous languages
spoken include Shona and Ndebele.
Please note that there is a huge shortage of petrol in Zimbabwe, so it is
advisable to use external airlines or private charters.
I would also suggest
pre-paying your holiday before departing for Zimbabwe as the inflation rate
The major credit cards are widely accepted but will incur
high charges. Travellers cheques are best taken in US Dollars or Pounds
Sterling. Most Hotel accommodation must be paid for in foreign currency.
and Business Hours:
Monday - Friday 0800-1500
Monday to Friday: 0800-1700
TO REMEMBER FOR YOUR SAFARI
Neutral coloured clothing for
the Game Parks.
Shorts and t-shirts. Warm clothes for evenings.
Comfortable walking shoes.
A hat with a wide brim.
A fleece or windbreaker.
Camera with spare batteries and film.
Binoculars. Sunscreen. Insect repellent.
Passport. International Driverís License.