About Harare

Harare is the capital of Zimbabwe. On the edge of landscaped Harare Gardens, the National Gallery of Zimbabwe has a large collection of African contemporary art and traditional pieces like baskets, textiles, jewelry, and musical instruments. The unusual granite formation Epworth Balancing Rocks is southeast of the city. Wildlife such as zebras and giraffes roam Mukuvisi Woodlands, which has bike paths and a bird park. Farther east, Twala Trust Animal Sanctuary rehabilitates orphaned animals and is home to monkeys, serval cats, and lions. To the north, Ewanrigg Botanical Gardens has a massive collection of aloe and cycad plants. Steep trails lead to the top of Ngomakurira Hill, home to ancient San rock paintings. West of the city, vast Lake Chivero Recreational Park provides habitat for white rhinos, giraffes, zebras, and abundant birdlife. In addition to wildlife-viewing, activities include boating, fishing, and water sports on the lake. To the northwest, the grottoes and underground caverns of Chinhoyi Caves are filled with vivid cobalt-blue water.
Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences

Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences, formerly the Queen Victoria Museum is a museum in Harare, Zimbabwe. The museum contains the seven-hundred-year-old Lemba artifact ngoma lungundu, which some believe to be a replica of the Ark of the Covenant. It is the oldest wooden object ever found in sub-Saharan Africa.
Chapungu Sculpture Park

Chapungu Sculpture Park is a sculpture park in Msasa that displays the work of Zimbabwean stone sculptors. The main works collected of which Chapungu holds the largest collection includes works from prominent artists such as Nicholas Mukomberanwa, Henry Munyaradzi, Sylvester Mubayi, Joseph Ndandarika, Boira Mteki, Bernard Matemera, John Takawira.
Balancing Rocks

Balancing Rocks are geomorphological features of igneous rocks found in many parts of Zimbabwe and are particularly noteworthy in Matopos National Park, and near the township of Epworth, to the southeast of Harare.
National Botanic Garden

National Botanic Garden of Zimbabwe is situated about 4 km North of Harare City Centre in the suburb of Alexandra Park. Half of the gardens are devoted to indigenous plants from Zimbabwe's woodlands and include most of the 750 species found in the country. Other areas contain plants typical to the African continent including rare and endangered species, as well as exotics from South America, India, Australia, and the Far East.
National Gallery of Zimbabwe

National Gallery of Zimbabwe is a gallery in Harare is dedicated to the presentation and conservation of Zimbabwe's contemporary art and visual heritage. The museum is home to a valuable and interesting collection of paintings, masks, images, and sculptures ranging from the beginnings of African art through to the post-colonial phase.
Best Time To Visit Harare

The best time to visit Harare is from September to March.

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