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Press Release: January 04, 2010

The land of Zimbabwe called an Africans Paradise. It is bordered on the north by Zambia, on the northeast and east by Mozambique, on the south by South Africa, and on the southwest and west by Botswana. Harare (formerly Salisbury) is the capital and largest city. It is called Africans Paradise because are many worth scene sites available in Zimbabwe which not only attracts tourist from all over the world but also leave never ending impacts on the visitors mind.

Tourism industry is the third most important industry of the Zimbabwe after Mineral exports and agriculture. Tourism grew rapidly in Zimbabwe after independence. From less than 240,000 in 1980, the number of tourist arrivals more than doubled in a decade, to more than 550,000 in 1990. The figure exceeded 2 million in 1999; Since the Land Reform programmed in 2000, tourism in Zimbabwe had steadily declined.

Zimbabwes government earns around $400 million in foreign currency a year and accounts for approximately 5 percent of the gross domestic product. The Zimbabwe tourism authority is working to promote the country as a vacation destination by looking for new markets in Asia and the Middle East and organizing travel fairs through < a href="http://www.flightstoharare.co.uk/book-online.html">Cheap Flights to Harare.

Shona, Ndebele and English are the principal languages of Zimbabwe. English is spoken primarily in the cities, but less so in rural areas. Radio and television news is now broadcast in Shona, Ndebele and English. So communication is not a big barrier for the tourists in Zimbabwe.

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A Mountain Series exists in Zimbabwe which includes Mount Nyangani, Bvumba Mountains and The Nyanga National Park. The highest peak gives a view of 60-70 km (37-43miles) all around, on clear day and adds the beauty of the Zimbabwe.

The ruined cities which were built in a unique dry stone style have become a place to visit for the worlds tourist. There are many ruins include Khami Ruins, Dhlo-Dhlo, Great Zimbabwe and Naletale, although none of these is as famous as Great Zimbabwe ruins in Masvingo.

Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe, after the capital Harare. It is located in Matabeleland, 439 km south-west of Harare. It is also known as the 'City of Kings', 'Skies', 'Bluez', and Bulliesberg. It is a multicultural land must visit for anyone coming to Zimbabwe. The industry of Bulawayo attracts the businessmen from all over the South Africa because of heavy industry and food processing capability. The land is interested from the geological as well as a geographical point of view. The city stands on some of the most ancient rock ever laid down on earth. The ancient geological activities are very important for the geologists. From a tourist point of view, Bulawayo has a lot to offer, either from within itself or around it. Bulawayo is located within the vicinity of Hwange National Park, The Victoria Falls (which is one of the wonders of the world), Khami Ruins and Matobo National Park.

There are eight national parks in Zimbabwe. The Victoria Falls National Park and Hwange National Park are main national parks in Zimbabwe. These parks have more then 100 mammals including Elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, Vervet monkeys, baboons , Lion, leopard and a variety of antelope. After visiting these parks, it is an unforgettable experience to hear lions roaring and to see Elephants eating the trees around you. Flights to Harare Zimbabwe is the only destination this provides you best airfares and increases the taste of your fun.

The Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It is 1708 (5,600 ft) meters wide, 108 (360 ft) meters height. It drops between 90m and 107m into the Zambezi Gorge and an average of 550,000 cubic meters of water plummet over the edge every minute. The Victoria fall is the most spectacular natural wonders and attracts the people from all over the world.

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