Popular in Zimbabwe
Harare is the capital of Zimbabwe. Harare is home to some two million people, with most in central Harare but some 500,000 in the surrounding districts of Rural Harare, Chintungwiza and Epworth.
Bulawayo is a relaxed, elegant industrial city with wide tree-lined boulevards, in western Zimbabwe.
Matabeleland is a region in the southwest and west of Zimbabwe. It is inhabited by the Ndebele people, who settled here in the mid-1800s.
Mashonaland is a region in northern Zimbabwe. It is inhabited by the Shona people.
Mutare is the fourth largest city in Zimbabwe. Although Mutare has an small airstrip there are no regular scheduled services; however airtaxi or small private planes may land.
Great Zimbabwe is a complex of ruins built by Shona-speakers between the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
Southeastern Zimbabwe is a region in Zimbabwe corresponding to Masvingo province and the southern part of Midlands province.
Lake Kariba and the Lower Zambezi is a region in northern Zimbabwe. It includes the eastern part of Lake Kariba and the Zambezi shoreline east of the lake to the border with Mozambique.
The Eastern Highlands is a mountainous region in eastern Zimbabwe.