City tour – Harare (2.5 – 3 hours).
USD 35 p.p. (minimum 2 persons).
Visit downtown Harare. Historical buildings like the Parliament, The High Court, various churches and old shops.
Harare Kopje, the highest point of Harare with 360 degrees views of the city.
Mbare Musika with its huge vegetable market and the big hall with curios’.
Doone Estate with Chapungu Sculptures and various shops for souvenirs.
Tour of Lake Chivero (4 – 5 hours)
USD 45 p.p. (minimum 2 persons, excluding park fees and entrance fees).
A visit to Lake Chivero National Parks, which has small game and rhino’s.
The dam wall offers a nice view of the Lake which supplies water to Harare.
Kuimba Shiri is a birds garden, on the shores of the lake.
The Lion and Cheetah Park is a small zoo with a separate mini-park for lions.
Historical Tour: Queen Victoria Museum – National Archives (2 – 3 hours)
USD 35 p.p. (minimum 2 persons, excluding entrance fees).
Queen Victoria Museum.
A small museum which concentrates on natural history and ethnology.
The priceless collection of Rhodesian and Africana in the form of diaries, notebooks and reports of various origins, are housed in the National Archives. Some of the original works of some of the greatest names in African exploration and missionary can be viewed.
Harare by Night. (3 – 5 hours)
USD 40 p.p. (minimum 2 persons, excluding entrance fees + dinner)
A visit to one of the many small and cozy entertainment centers for life music: Bookcafe, Mannenberg, Bedazzled and others. Have fun in a pleasant and safe environment
Harare Township (2 – 3 hours)
USD 35 p.p. (minimum 2)
Visit a township with a local guide. You will see small businesses at work in the street, arts and craft, small markets, and above all meet the friendly and accessible people of Harare, the city that never sleeps.
Domboshava Rock and Cave Paintings (3 – 4 hours)
USD 40 p.p. (minimum 2 persons, excluding entrance fees )
Domboshava derives its name from the words dombo (large stone or rock) and shawa (red). This hill is a massive granite dome containing several shelters with notable rock paintings. These include fine animal and human depictions of several different styles. Some of the human figures are believed to be San representations of Bantu-speaking peoples.”
Goma Kurira (4 – 5 hours)
USD 45 p.p. (minimum 2 persons, excluding entrance fees)
Ngoma Kurira (the drums are sounding ) is one of the dominant hills of the Domboshawa area, about 30km north of Harare. It is a granite hilly area lying in the head waters of the Mazoe River. The climb to this beautiful are, with very well preserved rock paintings is quite stiff.
Harare Arts Tour: National Gallery and Gallery Delta (3 – 4 hours)
USD 35 p.p. (minimum 2 persons, excluding entrance fees)
Examples of the Shona sculptures are on permanent display, along with national, regional and European art.
Housed in one of the oldest houses of Harare this gallery has a stunning collection of mainly modern paintings created by local artists.
Entrance fees Harare Tours per person – Non Residents (subject to change).
Lake Chivero USD 10
Queen Victoria Museum USD 10
Domboshava Rock & Cave Painting USD 10
Ngoma Kurira USD 10
Harare National Gallery USD 1
Gallery Delta Free
National Archives USD 1
Lion & Cheetah Park USD 6
Horse Riding USD 5
Kuimba Shiri USD 5
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