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Hwange is a town in northwestern Zimbabwe, close to the borders of Botswana and Zambia. It's known for being the gateway to Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe's largest wildlife reserve. The park is home to a massive elephant population, along with other animals like giraffes, zebras, lions and cheetahs. If you're looking for an African safari experience, this is a great place to visit. The best time to go to Hwange National Park is during the dry season, from April to October. This is when the animals are more concentrated around waterholes, making them easier to spot. However, keep in mind that temperatures can be quite high during this time.

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Airports near Hwange

You have choices when it comes to reaching Hwange. Here is a selection of 4 airports you can fly to when travelling to Hwange.

Victoria Falls International Airport

Located approximately 180 kilometres from Hwange, Victoria Falls International Airport is the closest international airport to Hwange. It offers direct flights to and from various regional destinations such as Johannesburg, Cape Town, Windhoek, and Nairobi.


Bulawayo Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport

Situated around 250 kilometres from Hwange, Bulawayo Airport is another option for travellers. It serves as a regional airport with connections to major cities in Zimbabwe, including Harare and Victoria Falls. From Bulawayo, you can either drive or take a domestic flight to Hwange.


Harare International Airport

Although located further away, approximately 450 kilometres from Hwange, Harare International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Zimbabwe. It offers a wide range of international and regional flights, connecting travellers to destinations across Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. From Harare, you can either drive or take a domestic flight to Hwange.


Livingstone Airport

If you are unable to find suitable flights to the above airports, Livingstone Airport in Zambia is another option. It is situated around 200 kilometres from Hwange and offers connections to various regional destinations. From Livingstone, you can cross the border into Zimbabwe and drive to Hwange.

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Things to do in Hwange

With a wealth of sights to see in Hwange, here are our top 3:

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Hwange National Park

This is the jewel in Hwange's crown. Home to one of the largest elephant populations in Africa, the park offers excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing. Visitors can go on game drives in open vehicles to see a variety of animals, including lions, leopards, giraffes and zebras. The park is also home to numerous bird species, making it a paradise for birdwatchers.

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The Hide

This is a community-run craft centre located just outside of Hwange town. Visitors can browse and purchase a variety of locally-made crafts, such as baskets, carvings and textiles. The Hide also provides a platform for local artists to showcase their work and generate income. It's a great place to find unique souvenirs and support the local community.

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Ngweshla Pan

This large salt pan is a popular spot for wildlife viewing, especially during the dry season when animals gather around the water source. Visitors can also enjoy picnics and scenic views of the surrounding landscape. The pan is a particularly good place to see large herds of elephants and springboks.

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