If you’re planning a trip to Zimbabwe’s capital make sure you also consider our Harare car hire services in your plans. Harare used to be a modern city with wide thoroughfares and many parks and gardens but all of it has fallen into disrepair due to the country’s economic woes, however recently there have been a few signs that things are getting better ever since the country adopted the US Dollar as its currency thus making investing in the country easier.
The city is served by Harare Airport and while the distance between it and the city isn’t very big the taxis linking the two tend to charge an exorbitant fixed price of twenty-five dollars so you will surely be better served by our Harare car rental services which can have a car ready for you at the airport as soon as you land.
The option of car rental should be very carefully considered as the city is rather spread out and getting around is best done with the help of your own car.
Despite the country’s hard times there is still a very strong appreciation for the city’s historical and cultural heritage and quite a few older buildings have been preserved such as The Mining Pension Fund Building.
The National Gallery houses a very unique and interesting national collection but it is also home to traveling international exhibits and it has a permanent display of Shona soft-stone carvings.
The National Archives on the other hand house a priceless collection of Rhodesiana and Africana in various forms such as notebooks, diaries and reports of different origins.
The National Botanical Garden is a sixty-eight hectare open space featuring over nine hundred species of wild trees and shrubs from all over the country. The Mukuvisi Woodlands is an even larger 277 hectares of preserved natural woodland that straddles the banks of the Mukuvisi stream.
These are of course only a few of the sights that Harare has to offer, in order to see more of them make sure to consider our Harare car hire services.