Tag Archives: Eastern Highlands

Giving magic to Mtarazi Falls

By Norma Tsopo

There are people who are so intelligent and gifted such that they will transform the ordinary into something extraordinary. Doug and Bernie Craig are such. Continue reading Giving magic to Mtarazi Falls

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Kwayedza Lodge – a pearl in Vumba’s crown!

By Norma Tsopo

Zimbabwe’s eastern highlands are drop-dead gorgeous! One of the finest spots along this 300 kilometre ridge along the country’ border with Mozambique is arguably Vumba Mountain. Continue reading Kwayedza Lodge – a pearl in Vumba’s crown!

Hoteliers pray for travel risk downgrade

By Norma Tsopo

Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe (HAZ) is praying for a downgrade in the risk premium of travelling to the southern African country as it eagerly anticipates a return of self-drive international tourists. Continue reading Hoteliers pray for travel risk downgrade

Govt in push for improved air connectivity

Farai Shawn Matiashe

in Harare

Vice-President General (Rtd) Dr Constantino Chiwenga has revealed government plans to enhance tourism by improving connectivity between destinations by engaging the private sector in setting up air access infrastructure across the country. Continue reading Govt in push for improved air connectivity

Zimbabwe tourism boost as govt demilitarizes Grand Reef Airport

By Norma Tsopo

Zimbabwe’s hospitality industry has received a major boost after government capitulated to years of lobbying to improve the country’s tourist attraction connectivity by demilitarizing Grand Reef Airport in the Eastern Highlands. Continue reading Zimbabwe tourism boost as govt demilitarizes Grand Reef Airport

Govt to construct Mutare airport

By Norma Tsopo

Government has finally heeded calls to construct an airport for Mutare which is expected to link the eastern highlands with other world famous tourist destinations across the country. Continue reading Govt to construct Mutare airport

Self-drive tourists expected to bounce back

By Norma Tsopo

Self-drive tourism is expected to increase as police has cutback the number of blocks on the country’s national trunk roads, a senior hotelier has said. Continue reading Self-drive tourists expected to bounce back