Visit Harare Province

Harare Province is a region in Zimbabwe with an important cultural and economic history. Located in the northeast of the country, it borders Mashonaland Central, Mashonaland East and Manicaland. The province has a subtropical climate with hot summers and cool winters.

Harare is known for its many attractions including the National Botanical Gardens, Mukuvisi Woodlands Reserve, and Queen Victoria Museum. These beautiful locations provide visitors with a unique experience of nature that can't be found anywhere else.

An interesting historical fact about Harare Province is that it was once home to Great Zimbabwe Ruins - one of the oldest stone structures in Africa - which were built between the 11th-15th centuries by the Shona people. The ruins are now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, providing visitors with an insight into the area's fascinating past.

Cities in Harare Province

Harare, Chitungwiza, Epworth