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Why should you book a flight to Bulawayo, Zimbabwe? Travellers are drawn to this city for its numerous superb wildlife and cultural attractions.

Explore the Matobo Hills, a breathtaking area of lush forests and granite hills. The Matobo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is only a 45-minute drive from Bulawayo and is one of the most sought-after day trips for good reasons and offering a feast for the eyes. Enjoy the pride of Africa, the sable antelope, wildebeest, and black and white rhino that roam around the bush surrounding these impressive rocks and boulders. In addition, many caves are inviting you to admire the San’s mysterious rock paintings and carvings that originated from the Stone Age. 

Experience some of the country’s ancient history at the Khami Ruins. It is no surprise that this awe-inspiring national treasure is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site. A tour of Khami Ruins should be on your itinerary.

Ten kilometres from Bulawayo is the Tshabalala Game Reserve.Relax as you journey through the thorny bushveld, including birdlife, buck and other wildlife.You can get a real taste of the wild by leaving your car and going on a permitted walk through the bush. 

Make your way to the National Gallery of Zimbabwe Bulawayo and discover Zimbabwean artwork ranging from traditional African art to contemporary paintings and African prints. Remember to browse the souvenirs from a store in the museum, which sells sculptures, paintings, and woven baskets, which is Zimbabwean culture at its best. 

Do you or your children love trains? ​​Located at the Bulawayo Railway station, the Bulawayo Railway Museum has some exhibits of locomotives dating back to 1897. View the might of these old machines that were used so much in the past. Some of the old steam locomotives in the museum were restored to use the Zimbabwe Railways.

With so much to see and do, don’t delay booking your flight to Bulawayo. 

What language is spoken in Bulawayo?

Zimbabwe has 16 official languages. Ndebele is the most widely spoken language in Bulawayo. However, the use of English is widespread across the city as well.

Do I need a visa to visit Bulawayo?

A tourist visa is not needed if you only plan on visiting Zimbabwe for up to 90 days.

How long will my flight be from Johannesburg to Bulawayo?

A direct flight from OR Tambo International Airport to Bulawayo is about 1 hour and 15 minutes long.

Which airlines fly from Johannesburg to Bulawayo?

Airlink and Fastjet currently offer regular flights from Johannesburg to Bulawayo. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions about booking flights.

What is the name of Bulawayo’s international airport?

Bulawayo’s international airport is called Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport.

How safe is Bulawayo?

It is safe. Nevertheless, please be mindful of your safety and take the necessary actions to stay safe as you would when you travel abroad. You are welcome to contact us for any travel advice before your flight.

What is the local currency in Bulawayo?

The Zimbabwe Dollar is used in the country while the US Dollar use is also widespread.

What are the COVID-19-related travel restrictions for flights to Bulawayo?

COVID-19 travel restrictions such as COVID-19 tests and quarantining could change at any time. So, please don’t hesitate to contact us to find out the latest travel requirements and browse the latest travel updates here.

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