Facts & FiguresArea:
English, Shona, Ndebele
Zimbabwe does not have an official currency. Due to fluctuating inflation they discontinued the Zimbabwe dollar. South African Rands and USD are the most widely accepted currencies.
Most nationals require visas generally obtained at the
border on arrival at a cost of +-USD50 to USD80 (British passport holders). Visa costs are your responsibility.
220 / 240 volts. Few camps have electrical power; most work off generators with limited supply.
No compulsory vaccinations required. Malaria prophylaxis is recommended
particularly in the northern areas of Zimbabwe during the summer months of December - May.
Included in air ticket price.
Don't lets go to the Dogs Tonight - Alexandra Fuller
Hold my Hand I'm Dying - John Gordon Davis
KIBOKO TOURS PASSING THROUGH ZIMBABWE:
10-Day Okavango & Wildlife Adventure (Accommodated)
13-Day Botswana & Zimbabwe Adventure (Fully Serviced Camping)
15-Day Desert, Rivers & Wildlife Adventure (Accommodated)
16-Day Namib to Falls Adventure (Fully Serviced Camping)
21-Day TransKalahari Adventure (Accommodated)
21-Day Great Trek Adventure (Fully Serviced Camping)