Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) is not used in Zimbabwe.
Without DST clocks do not change in Zimbabwe, keeping the same UTC offset throughout the year.
Facts About Zimbabwe
Information for Travelers
Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in southern Africa known for its impressive landscape and diverse wildlife in parks, reserves and safari areas.
The country is once again entering the safari fold and starting to re-magnetize intrepid travelers with the promise of its inselberg-filled interior.
Its teak forests and cypress-dotted hills with its Eastern Highlands escarpments where curious monkeys huddle against the cool breeze and its deep caves and underground rivers.
There's a clear reason why Victoria Falls is one of Zimbabwe's must-see places.
Like Niagara's eponymous towns in the United States
, the settlement is just steps away from the raucous waterfalls that gave it its nickname.
Thousands of people flock to the site to see the incredible scene every year as well.
On the Zambezi, Victoria Falls thunders 108 m across the narrow Batoka Gorge, where white water rafting and bungee jumping are offered.
Downstream are Matusadona and Mana Pools National Parks, home to hippos, rhinos and various species of birds.
The legendary Matobo National Park is a cross-shaped reserve located south of the aforementioned Bulawayo.
Famous since time immemorial for its curious array of inselbergs and hoodoo rock formations, it is a land of carved granite peaks and anthropomorphic cliffs.
They have been a haven for man for millennia and today you can see remnants of South Africa's prehistory carved into the stone at places like Nswatugi Cave.
Read about Zimbabwe in Wikipedia