Enjoy a wonderful 8-day safari package in the family! It is a terrific experience for those who want to live adventures and experience wildlife. Give your family the opportunity to visit the Hwange National Park and see the life that flows in Matopos with our Zambia Safari Tours.
Zimbabwe has not one official language but actually three official languages, English, Shona & Ndebele.
Strangely enough, despite the country being near to the coast & the many delicious bounties of the sea, the main food component is corn. Other commonly used food items are cassava, beans. Rice, potatoes & Squash among others. In short, you will always find something to satisfy your taste buds.
Despite the tap water being fine for purposes such as washing your teeth or taking a bath, we wouldn’t recommend it for drinking purposes, for that your better off sticking with bottled water.
The official currency of Zimbabwe is the Zimbabwean Dollar, its iso is ZWD, the exchange rate is as follows:
|One USD ( United States Dollar)||362 Zimbabwean Dollar ZWD|
|One CAD ( Canadian Dollar)||272 Zimbabwean Dollar ZWD|
|One EUR ( Euro)||426 Zimbabwean Dollar ZWD|
|One GPB (Sterling Pound)||473 Zimbabwean Dollar ZWD|
The theme of your packing when your visiting Zimbabwe should be casual and comfortable & if you’re going on a Safari, then the less you take the better, as the lodges will be able to provide almost everything, here is an example of some items you might need with you, among others.
Lightweight shirts/blouses with long sleeves as protection from the sun and mosquitos
A small powerful flashlight and extra batteries
Travel alarm clock
Small purse size umbrella can come in handy
Small lint roller
The answer is actually and surprisingly no, there are no legally required vaccinations. Still, yet again it’s better to be safe than sorry and take the routine vaccinations alongside a prescription for Malaria and you shall be fine.
Laundry services are pretty common and not rare in zimbabwe with several laundry services available in hotels, camps & Lodges throughout Zambia. Throughout most washing in lodges is done by hand, excluding all that is considered undergarments.
Although ATMs are common in larger cities, such as Livingstone & Lusaka, with most of them accepting Visa cards, not Master cards. But they won’t be nearby you as you go through your Safari. Therefore it’s advisable to have some cash close at hand.
The electrical current in zimbabwe runs on a 220V, despite adaptors generally being available in hotels. If you are going to use electrical appliances then you might need an adapter in case the pin configuration is diffrent.