The luxurious iconic 5-star hotel offers a unique and refreshing experience for both business and leisure customers in the sunshine city. The hotel’s location is ideal - close to most entertainment spots in Harare’s CBD. The Rainbow Hotel & Conference Centre has the largest hotel-based conferencing capacity in Zimbabwe; the main auditorium seats up to 4500 delegates. Parking space is unlimited. The hotel’s delectable menu will have your mouth watering.
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Attractions travelers recommend
The Bird Sanctuary (Kuimba Shiri means “singing birds”) is situated on the shores of Lake Chivero with a rustic thatched restaurant building amidst attractive gardens with plenty of shade and the lake as a visual backdrop. In business for over 20 years the Bird Park’s primary purpose is to provide a home to orphaned, injured and abandoned birds.
Go for a 4 hour walking township tour in Mbare, which is Zimbabwe’s oldest township equivalent to Soweto in South Africa. See the pre-colonial Zimbabwe, diverse religious sects and the contemporary art and culture. The area represents everything that has gone right and wrong in the country. There is no better representation of Zimbabwe than the township of Mbare.
Sam Levy's Village. Sam Levy's in Harare is in the upmarket Borrowdale area, housing shops over a large area, supported by plenty of parking space and eateries. But the prices of most items there seemed very high, even the eateries. Good for shoppers and relaxing moments after touring the wild parts of Zimbabwe.
On top of the old car park at the back of Avondale Shopping Centre , This daily flea market predominantly sells clothing but is also worth a browse for local music, craft and books
Enjoy a lovely wander around our large Interpretive Area: Enjoy our resident wildlife; crocodiles, tortoises, the Wildfowl Pond and more. Then head over to our Game Viewing Platform. Sit quietly there and enjoy the lovely view and the wildlife for as long as you like. The animals are fed weekends only, so this is especially good time to see a range of our resident species
The Lion & Cheetah Park is a sanctuary for lions and cheetahs situated only thirty minutes’ drive outside Harare. It is the perfect place to take the family for a fun day's outing. You will also be able to see many other game species such as eland and duiker. Tommy, a Galapagos tortoise who is over 250 years old, and weighs around half a tone is a great reason to visit the Lion and Cheetah Park
The Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences, formerly the Queen Victoria Museum is a museum in Harare, Zimbabwe. The museum contains the seven-hundred-year-old Lemba artifact ngoma lungundu, which some believe to be a replica of the Ark of the Covenant. It is the oldest wooden object ever found in sub-Saharan Africa
National Botanic Gardens contain examples of the diverse plant life that thrive in Harare's pleasant climate. Most Zimbabwean species are represented, as well as specimens from Southern Africa. It's a great place to spend the day. One can walk one's dog, have a light meal in the restaurant and generally enjoy the situation. For anyone interested in Zimbabwe plants this is one definite place to visit.
The Balancing Rocks are geomorphological features of igneous rocks found in many parts of Zimbabwe, and are particularly noteworthy in Matopos National Park and near the township of Epworth to the southeast of Harare. The formations are of natural occurrence in a perfectly balanced state without other support.
National Heroes Acre or simply Heroes Acre is a burial ground and national monument in Harare, Zimbabwe. The 57-acre site is situated on a ridge seven kilometers from Harare
Ngomakurira is known to many Harare residents as an area of intense beauty and great spiritual significance. Many of the hilltops and woodland areas have stone altars that are used by the Zionist churches as places of worship. Only thirty minutes by car from the capital, many visitors and tourists walk there amongst these beautiful massive granite outcrops interspersed with indigenous Miombo forest.