Discover a world of many wonders in Zimbabwe! You'll be taken by its lush forests, sun-washed grasslands and abundant wildlife. From Mana Pools National Park to the majestic ruins of Great Zimbabwe to the cascading Victoria Falls to the fine dining in Harare, this South African country is an adventure of a lifetime.Time Zone: UTC +2 hours (no DST)Official Language: EnglishSecondary Language: Shona and NdebeleCurrency: Zimbabwe Dollar (U.S. dollars accepted, many prices in U.S. dollars)Currency Exchange: Available at banks and major hotelsCredit Cards: Accepted in most hotels, restaurants and shopsATMs: Available in the cities Entry Requirements: Valid visa, passport and return ticket home Best Times to Visit: May through October
Enjoy the beginning of your new lives together exploring everything from the casino and club nightlife to a secluded wildlife camp. Together you can glide over Zimbabwe in a hot air balloon or enjoy a horseback safari. Experience a thrill while white water rafting or bungee jumping on the Zambezi River. Take a hike through the lush surroundings or land on the green, playing a round of golf at one of the many nearby golf courses.
Destination Weddings in Zimbabwe
Boasting majestic landscape, charming wildlife preserves and stunning views, your big day will be the most memorable day of your life. Tie the knot in the bustling city of Harare. Enjoy a small ceremony along the Zambezi River. Exchange vows overlooking a nature sanctuary. Destination wedding packages and wedding coordinators are available to turn any location into the perfect setting.
Climate & Weather
Zimbabwe experiences a warm climate because of the country's elevation. Summer is the rainy season, starting in November and ending in February. Winter, from May to August, is usually the best time to visit as days are dry and sunny with cooler nights.