About Harare

Travel to Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe, with FlySafair - your favourite airline. Enjoy the beauty of the city's jacaranda-lined street and the sunshine city's residents' warm, welcoming attitude to visitors while benefiting from our airfare deals.

Discover The Bustling Harare

Harare, Zimbabwe's commercial and industrial centre, is a bustling city and tourist gem! The city offers museums celebrating the country's rich culture and heritage and the city's majestic gardens. Harare is a tourist haven, surrounded by the African plains, scenic vistas, famous attractions, and abundant wildlife. The city allows visitors to witness wildlife like elephants, giraffes, lions, cheetahs and many more in their natural habitat.

Cheap Flights To Harare - Landing at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport (HRE)

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Entry Requirements

Passport Requirements when flying to Harare, Zimbabwe

  • A passport that is valid for at least 6 months from your date of entry. Non-South African citizens might also require a visa.
  • Infants and children under 18 require a passport and an unabridged birth certificate for travel. Additionally, a letter of consent (Affidavit) is required when an infant or child under 18 travels with one (1) single parent.
  • Return ticket to your country.
  • Sufficient funds to cover your stay.
  • Enough blank pages in your passport to fit the required entry visa.
  • Victoria Falls is not considered a yellow fever risk, so vaccinations are not necessary or required.

Things to do in Harare - An Exciting Journey Awaits

Zimbabwe is a country full of beautiful landscapes that are some of the most impressive in the world. Go for a picnic at Domboshawa - the Red Rock, or visit the Wild is Life Sanctuary and orphanage, where many animals freely wander its lawns or go and wander around through the Avondale Flea Market.

For those more inclined to experience the art and culture of Zimbabwe, there is the Museum of Human Sciences, which houses the 700-year-old Ark of the Covenant replica (the oldest wooden object ever found in sub-Saharan Africa, or visit the National Gallery, which features traditional Shona stone sculptures and paintings by local artists.

Restaurants In Harare - Delicious Discoveries

For the foodies, Harare has plenty on offer! Enjoy afternoon tea at the historic Meikles Hotel in the city centre or head to the suburbs for some high-end French cuisine at Victoria 22. Families can enjoy family-style Portuguese food at Paula's Place or traditional Zimbabwean sadza at Pamugoti.

Accommodation In Harare - From Rustic to Deluxe

Experience your home away from home in Harare. From lodges like York Lodge in Newlands, Harare, to luxurious hotels like the historic 5-star rated Meikles Hotel in the city centre, or something in between - there is something for everyone in Harare.

Public Holidays in Zimbabwe:

  1. New Year's Day, 1 January
  2. Robert Gabriel Mugabe National Youth Day, 21 February
  3. Good Friday, 7 April
  4. Holy Saturday, 8 April
  5. Easter, 9 April
  6. Easter Monday, 10 April
  7. Independence Day of Zimbabwe, 18 April
  8. Workers',1 May
  9. Africa Day, 25 May
  10. Heroes' Day, 14 August
  11. Zimbabwe Defence Forces Day, 1 November
  12. National Unity Day of Zimbabwe, 22 December
  13. Christmas Day, 25 December
  14. Boxing Day, 26 December