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Discover Bulawayo

The additional early morning flight is especially convenient for business travellers.

Bulawayo is known for its vibrancy as a Zimbabwean transport and business hub. It is the county’s second-largest city and the capital of Matabeleland. It is loved for its pretty parks, museums and numerous arts and crafts shops.

Bulawayo links seamlessly to Johannesburg with Airlink, making it an efficient entry and exit point to and from Zimbabwe. This route is extremely convenient for business travellers. Travellers of all kinds pass though Bulawayo when traversing between Matobo Hills National Park and Victoria Falls, Harare or Hwange National Park.

For your return journey, fly back to Johannesburg and travel beyond with Airlink to other key leisure and business destinations.

Airlink Bulawayo

Direct Flights to Bulawayo with Airlink

Airlink connects you to Bulawayo with direct flights from Johannesburg.

WHERE TO STAY

EXPLORE BULAWAYO

Bulawayo welcomes both business and leisure travellers to nearby intriguing natural and cultural sites, including Matobo Hills National Park and the Khami Ruins. It also acts as a stopover for tourists visiting attractions further away, such as Victoria Falls and Hwange National Park.

What to do in Bulawayo

Khami Ruins

Khami Ruins

Khami Ruins is a popular attraction among the archeological community and will appeal to anyone who is interested in the history of Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwean World Heritage Site is the former capital and major trading point in the country’s history. What visitors find most astounding is that the Khami Ruins were not destroyed during the transition between past and present Zimbabwe, as many sites were.

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  • Matobo National Park

    Matobo National Park

    This striking and unique National Park is overflowing with character in its unique make up. Aspiring archaeologists and geologists will be interested in the granite outcrops and ancient rock paintings. Not just that, but wildlife adds to visitors’ experiences at Matobo National Park.

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  • National History Museum

    National History Museum

    One of Zimbabwe’s National Natural History Museums is located in Bulawayo. The museum is four-stories and focuses on the culture and traditions associated with African history. What makes the National History Museum even more impressive is the fact that it is the largest museum in Zimbabwe and the fourth largest in Africa.

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