Zimbabwe Flights GuideOriginally a British colony, Zimbabwe officially became an independent country in 1980, and offers a host of tempting attractions for prospective visitors to the country. Landlocked in the beautiful wilderness of Southern Africa, Zimbabwe offers much to captivate the off-the-beaten-track tourist. The country boasts the largest waterfall in the world, Victoria Falls, as well as the largest man-made lake, Lake Kariba. Natural wildlife, including some of the most endangered species in the world such as the South African cheetah, abound in Hwange National Park. In addition to the country's natural wonders, Zimbabwe is also home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the city of Great Zimbabwe, an archeological wonder acknowledged as one of the most important sites in sub-Saharan Africa.
Zimbabwe's climate fluctuates between the rainy season and the dry season, and for that reason the best time to visit is between April and October.The easiest point of entry to this diverse country is through Harare International Airport, located in the country's capital. International flights to HIA can be found via British Airways, South African Airways, and Emirates. From the international airports, domestic flights are readily available to other areas of the country.