Tag Archives: Chimanimani Mountains

Tempe: the soul of Chimanimani’s hospitality industry

By Norma Tsopo

The history of Chimanimani’s tourism sector can never be complete without the honoured mention of Tempe van de Ruit’s family. True to her family’s esteemed name, she espouses all qualities that made her father contribution stand out. Continue reading Tempe: the soul of Chimanimani’s hospitality industry

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MaDzimbahwe Explorer Inaugural E-magazine

MaDzimbahwe Explorer has introduced an e-magazine to enhance its capacity to reach a critical audience that is on internet-based platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook who did not necessarily have access to the website. Continue reading MaDzimbahwe Explorer Inaugural E-magazine

Hilltop Lodge – Chimanimani’s gem

By Norma Tsopo

Watching the sun break out above Chimanimani Mountains was magical. Only problem – it happened too fast. It’s one of those moments one would want to last forever. Continue reading Hilltop Lodge – Chimanimani’s gem

Frog & Fern Cottages – celebrating Zimbabwe’s architectural, natural heritages

By Norma Tsopo

Zimbabwean round-hut architectural designs have always fascinated travelers but locals are increasingly drifting away from these beauties. Continue reading Frog & Fern Cottages – celebrating Zimbabwe’s architectural, natural heritages

Political certainty boosts tourism

By Norma Tsopo

Political uncertainty has been hindering Zimbabwean tourism for years on end and the new administration need to resolve any political squabbling and create more peaceful conditions to make the country attractive to holidaymakers. Continue reading Political certainty boosts tourism

Eastern Highlands Experience lines up expo

By Norma Tsopo

MUTARE – The Eastern Highlands – stretching from Nyanga in the north through Vumba, Cashel and Chimanimani down to Chipinge in the south has been a destination of choice for thousands of tourists over the years. Continue reading Eastern Highlands Experience lines up expo

Haulage trucks rile hoteliers

By Norma Tsopo

MUTARE – Hoteliers have added their voice to calls for government to ban road transport importation of fuel as an increase in the number of haulage trucks have become a nuisance as they choke the smooth flow of traffic along the Harare-Mutare highway. Continue reading Haulage trucks rile hoteliers