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  • Harare is the capital city of Zimbabwe
  • It covers an area of 960.6 sq.km
  • The aerial distance from London to Harare is around 5,154 miles
  • The average flying time from London to Harare is more than 14 hours 20 minutes by connecting flights
  • High Season: December is a peak season in Harare tourism
  • Low Season: September is comparatively a less popular season
  • Popular Airlines from London to Harare are Kenya Airways, Air France, KLM, Ethiopian Air and Emirates

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Kenya Airways, Air France, KLM, Ethiopian Air and Emirates are the main airline operating between the UK and Harare. Direct flights to Harare are not available from London and the shortest duration is 12 hours 40 minutes, covering a total distance of 5,154 miles. Our travel experts are available round-the-clock to answer your queries. Talk to them to book your cheap Harare flight tickets.

About Harare


The Zimbabwean capital of Harare is a great starting point for your Zimbabwe trip if you like art, food, shopping and nature. It is one of the most attractive Southern African capitals but unjustly gets a bad rap. Indeed, the city is certainly not without problems but overall it's safe to explore with its wide boulevards lined with indigenous plants and blooming jacarandas. The city’s outlook gives out a lovely African summertime feel. It's worth spending some days in Harare while sampling its fine dining, museums and markets before moving on to your safari destinations.

Best Time to Visit Harare


The best time to visit Harare in Zimbabwe is between July and October, which is also great for game viewing. During this time, the natural waterholes in the parks dry up and animals congregate at the lakes and rivers. However, if you want to explore the rich cultural history of the country, you can travel from November through to March. It is also a great time for bird watching because of the presence of migratory birds. April to June is good for visiting the Victoria Falls when its full flow can be enjoyed.

Best Places to Visit in Harare


National Heroes' Acre: Located just 7 km from Harare, overlooking the city, the impressive obelisk of Heroes' Acre is a memorial to the forces that died during the Second Chimurenga. It was designed with the help of North Korea. There is also a huge socialist-realism statue of a soldier symbolising those three unknown soldiers. The entry is free, but you’ll have to pay an admission fee to enter the museum dedicated to the resistance movement.

National Gallery of Zimbabwe: Located in the southeast corner of Harare Gardens, this lovely gallery displays the works of contemporary local, African and international artists. You will see a mix of paintings, photography, stone sculptures and carvings with temporary exhibitions that change monthly. There is also an attached shop with crafts and books on Zimbabwean art. Visitors can drop in for coffee and cake in the cafe. The gallery also has an open-air Shona sculpture garden.

Delta Gallery: Situated inside the colonial house of renowned Rhodesian painter Robert Paul, this gallery is a must for you if you love contemporary art. It exhibits wonderful works by contemporary Zimbabwean artists with temporary shows held every month.

Wild is Life: Located near the airport, it is a wildlife sanctuary with a difference but you need to book in advance if you want to visit the sanctuary and children under the age of 12 are not allowed. Enjoy a unique afternoon experience with the guided tour and an opportunity to engage with the injured, rescued or orphaned animals here.

National Botanic Gardens: Witness the different ecological habitats of Zimbabwe on your visit to these botanical gardens that are spread over 68 hectares of land. The gardens are suffering from lack of funds and neglect but it's an extremely peaceful spot. A bicycle is the best way to explore the park. There is also a restaurant where visitors can enjoy a nice lunch or just get something packed to eat.

National Archives of Zimbabwe: This research centre was founded in 1935 and acts as the repository for the history of Rhodesia and modern Zimbabwe. Get to see various artefacts, photos and accounts of early explorers and settlers in the country and displays about the Second Chimurenga and pre-colonial Zimbabwe. There are also original newspaper clippings from important moments in history on display. You will also see oil paintings and the first Union Jack flag raised in the city in 1890, which was then known as Fort Salisbury.

Tsoko Gallery: Located in the Doon Estate complex, this art gallery showcases avant-garde works by cutting-edge Zimbabwean artists. The name Tsoko translates to 'monkey' in Shona, referring to the vervet monkeys found in the area.

Airport serving London & Harare


London: All international airports in London have scheduled flights to Harare including London City (LCY), Heathrow (LHR), Stansted (STN), Luton (LTN) and London Gatwick (LGW). Travellers can also book flight tickets from other airports of the UK, such as Newcastle (NCL), Manchester (MAN), Edinburg (EDI) and Glasgow (GLA). London Heathrow airport is the largest and most popular airport for boarding flights in the UK.

Harare: Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport (HRE) serves the city of Harare. It is the largest airport in Zimbabwe. Originally built as Salisbury Airport, it is the base airport for Zimbabwe Air that started as Air Rhodesia in 1967. The airport features all the amenities including duty-free shops, restaurants, lounges and free Wi-Fi.

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