If you are a nature lover or want to explore the lands of Africa in solitude with wildlife then this is great news. Zimbabwe an international destination that is famous for its wildlife tours and exploration will be open completely from October.
The African country had closed its borders due to Coronavirus back in late March. The country opened for domestic tourism starting 10 September and is all set to welcome international tourists from October 01. The government has agreed to permit all outdoor activities like boating, game drives, bungee jumping and helicopter rides.
The rules for visiting Zimbabwe would be similar to visiting any other destination where you need to produce negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test results taken within 48 hours of departure from a recognised facility.
“It comes as a very welcome decision that Cabinet has allowed all tourism activities that had remained shut down as part of the measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic, to now resume full operations,” said Mangaliso Ndlovu who is a Zimbabwean Environment, Climate, Tourism, and Hospitality Industry Minister.
With covid-19 disrupting international tourists, Zimbabwe now is set to welcome tourists and safari enthusiasts to the popular Hwange National Park, the scenic Victoria Falls and its other tourist destinations.