By Norma Tsopo Sheltered against the mountain ridge of Cecil Kop and a strew of mountains, hillocks and ridges that form the periphery of the Bvumba Mountains – Mutare lies in a verdant valley with an undisputed claim to being the most picturesque city in the country.
By Norma Tsopo A thick swirl of dust billowed into the air as we pulled into Champion Mine road, off the Harare-Mutare highway.
By Norma Tsopo MUTARE – What perplexed me upon arrival at Christmas Pass Hotel is why it is not more highly regarded. Discovering such a significant historic heritage on this luxury hotel’s stairway was a humbling experience.
By Norma Tsopo A wild chatter of a small family of the rare Simango monkey burst overhead as we were about to leave the neat and well-kept White Horse Inn gardens. These masters of the rainforest canopy gracefully swung about.
By Norma Tsopo MUTARE – Nestling in a sprawling 7,438-square metre security-walled expanse garden Golden Peacock Villa Hotel has since its establishment in 2012 been more than an integral accommodation infrastructure of Manicaland’s tourism industry.