Getting into Zimbabwe

Getting to Zimbabwe


Getting in Zimbabwe By Air


 1.     Harare International Airport


 Harare International Airport is located 15kilometres south of Harare City, the capital of Zimbabwe. It is the main gateway into Zimbabwe and alternate entry point into Central and Southern Africa.


 The runway is 4725 metres  long and 46 metres wide


 2.    Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Airport


 Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Airport is located 20 kilometres east of Bulawayo, the second largest city in Zimbabwe. Renamed after one of the founders of Zimbabwe Dr J M Nkomo, the airport is the gateway to the City of Kings and Queens as well as to world heritage sites Khami Ruins (ancient architecture) and Matobo Hills (bold beads). It also caters for regional traffic. The runway is 2588 metres long and 45 metres wide. The airport operates 24 hours per day.


 3.    Victoria Falls Airport


Victoria Falls Airport is located 21 kilometres from the Victoria Falls Town Centre. It provides direct access to the Seventh Natural Wonder of the World  and Heritage Site Mosi-oa-Tunya on the River Zambezi, also known as the magnificent Victoria Falls. The runway is 2286 metres long and 30 metres wide. The airport operates 12 hours per day.


 Getting into Zimbabwe by Road


 Below are the border posts that people/goods can use to come to Zimbabwe and they are outlined as to which Zimbabwe shares the border with which country;


 1.   Zimbabwe and Botswana


 Plumtree Border Post


Kazungula Border Post


2.    Zimbabwe and Mozambique


Forbes Border Post (Mutare)


Nyamapanda Border Post


3.   Zimbabwe and South Africa


 Beitbridge Border Post


4.   Zimbabwe and Zambia


 Chirundu  Border Post


Kariba  Border Post


Victoria Falls Border Post