Zimbabwe's climate is divided mainly into Summer and Winter.
Summer is October to April when maximum temperatures average 32C and during which rains may be expected. Winter is May to September and average temperatures during the day are 20 Celsius, but can drop much lower at night. Very little rain can be expected at this time.
Zimbabwe is a third world country and visitors will see signs of poverty.
We suggest any desire to assist the poor be channelled into official organisations where the funds are accounted for. Funding beggars simply creates more beggars.
Malaria preventative medicines are necessary in most of Zimbabwe, particularly in the big game areas in the Zambezi Valley and Lowveld.
CATEGORY A (Countries whose nationals do not require visas) Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bennuda, Botswana, Cayman Isl., Congo (DRC), Cyprus, Fiji, Grenada, Hong Kong, Ireland,
Zimbabwe's vegetation is covered principally by tropical woodlands and savannas interspersed with areas of grassland.
Various international airlines service Zimbabwe to Harare, Bulawayo and Victoria Falls. Air charters or luxury coaches are available to most areas.
Zimbabwe land is currently classified as National Parks and State Safari Land and Communal Land.