Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Delhi turned me into a roadie!!! Am Loving it...

Top escapes from Delhi this summer 
What do you fancy - mountains, cities or the wildlife? Imagine...you're holding a cup of coffee with your windows opened towards the lush green hills or opening your windows to face the glorious Taj Mahal. Doesn't it sound euphoric? Yes, it's euphoric as well as easily do-able. Summers are on there way back to North India, schools will observe there holidays and if you are planning a trip to to the Indian capital city with flights to Delhi, there are other closer and quick getaways from Delhi too.
Whether you are flocking into the Indian capital city of Delhi with your family, travelling solo or even planning a honeymoon getaway, there are a few surprising escapes from Delhi to excite your senses. So, from this write-up, pick one and enjoy a refreshing summer break unlike any other.

AGRA...exploring the city of love and culture

Agra grabs the first position on the mind and on the list when it comes to a nearby getaway from Delhi. A city that never fails to attract tourists to the monument of love - The Taj Mahal, despite of being crammed and crowded lures famous people, celebrities and others. Being one of the icons among the Wonders of the World, the white-marbled Taj Mahal draws millions of visitors each year towards its charm.

Apart from this majestic palace, Agra is blessed with mosques, forts, religious shrines and temples and palaces. Alternative to the Taj Mahal, the red sandstone Agra Fort is impressive beyond imagination. Other places of interests that you can explore with cheap flightsto Delhi, are - Firozabad, Fatehpur Sikri, Sikandra Fort, Jahangir's Palace, Itmad-ud-Daula and much more.

·         Delhi to Agra is 145 miles
·         November to March is the best time to visit

Jaipur...where 'Pink' is the royal colour

From Uttar Pradesh, let's take you towards Rajasthan, a state steeped in heritage and culture. Jaipur does soak up the summer heat massively, but the city is much more exciting and interesting than imagined. Before moving around the 'Pink City', you need a luxurious stay at one of the elegant hotels. Jaipur has everything you need - magnificent palaces, glorious forts, heritage hotels and an engrossing past.

With tickets to Delhi, if you desire to travel back in time, this is the city that lives up to the expectations of every kind of traveller. Walk down the lanes where the kings and queens strode once. Explore the colourful bazaars and drench yourself in the haunting folk music. Ascend the steep hills of Amber Fort and get a dynamic view of the entire city, as well as drift through the hidden passages and alleys. End your day with a lavish Rajasthani thali.

·         Delhi to Jaipur is 168 miles
·         November to March is the best time to visit 

Shimla...the queen of the hills
Well, let's move towards the coolness of the hills in Himachal Pradesh. Shimla is known as the summer capital since the British Raj in India and it's an all-time favourite not only for international tourists, but for the locals also. Many Delhites flock towards the misty atmosphere of Shimla mostly during the summer holidays.

If you crave snowfalls, December to February are the best months to encounter a whiteout. Being an old, charming city, it has the touch of an European town, especially the with the design of the Christ Church Shimla. Walking down the Mall Road is extremely rewarding. Right from tiny cafes and aromatic restaurants to Lakkar Baazar, the market for wooden articles, you'll fall in love with this lovely hill station.

·         Delhi to Shimla is 215 miles
·         March to June is the best time to visit

Corbett...those eyes are watching you
Away from the collision of the city, culture and heritage, we take you towards the flora and fauna of Uttarakhand that is found in Jim Corbett National Park. This is home to some authentic wildlife such as Royal Bengal Tiger, Elephants and Deer. It's a perfect getaway from all the hustle and bustle of the city life.

The Corbett has its share of thrill and excitement among the tall grasslands, tranquil lakes, riverine belts and tents. Opened from mid-November to mid-June, Corbett calls all safari and wildlife lovers during the winters. With Delhi flights, kids will have a gala time. You can enjoy fishing too at the Kosi River and at Ramganga.

·         Delhi to Corbett is 161 miles
·         November to June is the best time to visit
·         The closest airport is Pantnagar, which is 31 miles from JC National Park.

Saturday, 22 April 2017

Eat, Live & Laugh on a Budget in Sydney

After all Sydney can be enjoyed at a budget too

It's lively, beautiful, cultural and coastal too. That's Sydney for you! No wonder, this sprawling city is admired by several nicknames, which eventually ranks it as one of the most expensive cities of Australia and 20th most expensive city on the planet, inviting frequent flights to Sydney. This should not discourage you, in case you're travelling there for the first time. You need not worry about the usual cost of living in Sydney. Being a traveller to a new city, the concerns for food, drinks and sightseeing does discourage many from fulfilling their dream trip.

On one side, where tourism is on the rise, there are cash-saving alternatives that will definitely turn out to be a treat on your Sydney visit. Hence, it's not just being a 'traveller', but a 'smart-traveller' overall, so that you can enjoy a new city without burning a hole in your pocket with tickets to Sydney. So, where do we begin? Let's begin by Food & Drinks as we love to sample the cuisine of a particular city, but refrain when we see things are quite expensive.

Food & Drinks
Surviving solely on a vegetable sandwich just might not do any good while you're in Sydney. You need real elements, you cannot just live totally on burger and fries and also see that your wallet does not cry out. In order not to break your bank with your three meals a day, jut stay glued to sidewalk bakeries and the roadside cafes that you'll come across frequently.

The exciting part is, you can enjoy discounts if you walk away with your coffee and doughnuts. To relish something more stuffed, you can enjoy pies with meat fillings at the Circular Quay. There are options for vegetarian fillings also. Head towards Chinatown or more towards the interiors to find even more cheaper things to eat at several of the Asian and Indian food courts.

In case Plan A does not work out, switch to Plan B. With cheap flights to Sydney, enjoy a getaway at Surry Hillsand either grab sandwiches, burgers or a bowl full of soup by just paying peanuts. With over 70 restaurants and alluring street food, Chinatown is surely the most promising place for chomping Japanese, Korean and Thai delicacies. Well, you need to check out - George Street, Glebe, Tuesdays, CBD and Big Bite Sydney.

The Food Districts of Sydney:
·         Potts Point
·         Darling Harbour
·         The Rock District
·         Chinatown
·         Surry Hills
·         Bondi Beach
·         The CBD 

In any city, hostels are on the cheaper side. The cheapest dig ranges from $20 to $60, totally depending on the privacy that you are looking for. The largest chain of hostels in Sydney is run by YHA and it's highly regarded for its tidy rooms, amiable staff and minimal rowdiness.
You can try Australian Heritage Hotel, Macleay Lodge Sydney or the Glenferrie Lodge. Most of these hostels range in between $54-$74 per night. For other alternatives, you can also opt for University of Sydney's Wesley College that offers B&B for $60 and St. John's College for $65 a night.

Budget Accommodation in Sydney:
·         Ibis Budget St. Peter
·         Central Railway Hotel
·         Meriton Serviced Apartments Campbell Street
·         Sydney Wattle Hotel
·         Springfield Lodge
·         Hotel Coronatino
·         Macleay Lodge Sydney
·         Southern Cross Hotel

Shopping & Entertainment
Yes, there's Armani, Gucci and even Burberry, but those with less cash can rush towards Paddy's Market to buy some eye-boggling apparels, souvenirs and other things for cheap. With cheap tickets to Sydney from London, you can enjoy some cheaper shows for as low as $30, but not in the nosebleed area. The Sydney Conservatorium holds a couple of Musical Series, where you can enjoy classical music for just $15.

Where to explore shopping stores?
·         Darlinghurst to Paddington
·         The Intersection
·         Glenmore Road
·         Queen Street
·         Sydney Harbour
·         Knox
·         Cross Street
·         Surry Hills
·         Kings Street

Is getting around Sydney cheap?
Walking around the Sydney CBD is gratifying, but if you wish to be somewhere else further, you can call for a taxi that will cost $8 for 1.2 miles. The taxi drivers in Sydney are pretty slow.

The city bus or the train network is quite convenient. If you get a My10Pass, it will save you a lot of money. With the pass you can enjoy 10 bus rides or 5 round trips. Buy a single ride and get a return ticket. The 555 shuttle bus is free in and around the CBD.

Friday, 21 April 2017

Hong Kong: Definitely wilder than King Kong

Traverse to the Pearl of the Orient and live life to the full

Hong Kong, with its bigeminal attributes offers diverse choices for picky holiday-makers. This beguiling metropolis does not fail to pull in and becharm you despite of the number of times you visit. It is an impeccable gateway for travellers to Southeast Asia and China, offering a smooth changeover from west to east and inviting frequentflights to Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Island displays a brilliant infrastructureof skyscrapers and prides in their topography, making the city truly dreamy. Hong Kong spoils you with choices you can never imagine.

Spice up your vacay
Book tickets to Hong Kong to chart out a dramatic vacation among impressive aromas and attractions. To witness striking landmarks of the bewitching city, board the convenient Peak Tram atop the irenic Victoria Peak. Do you know, that Hong Kong's attractive Disneyland is the world's 5th largest, and it's brand new. Anticipate some exciting Broadway shows, fireworks, electrifying rides and exhilarating parades set amidst classical Disney attractions.
The Ocean Theme & Animal Park, located on the Hong Kong Island is home to a large jellyfish aquarium and nourishes giant pandas in their natural habitat.
Alternative to mind-blowing attractions, Hong Kong is home to some unusual pleasures and thrilling experiences. Pamper yourself with an entire city tour and its attractions. You will also get a rare chance to marvel at the pretty-looking, pink coloured dolphins called 'Chinese White Dolphins' or cherish a walk towards the famed Victoria harbour or savour delectable cuisine as well as shop at several inexpensive and convenient shopping outlets. The choices are endless.

Drown in the heritage & culture
Hong Kong lives to flaunt its festivals and Chinese New Year is one of the most celebrated fests in the city. Not to forget, the Dragon Boat Festival is fun to see. Learn about the fascinating heritage of HK by taking a tour of Hong Kong's museums.
With cheap flights to Hong Kong marvel at the state-of-the-art Chinese art gallery and calligraphy at the illustrious Hong Kong Museum of Art, and transfer back 4,000 years to know how everything began. Link up to a heritage tour of distinguished landmarks such as the Man Mo Temple and Kowloon's Walled City.

A gourmets paradise
From award-winning restaurants and avant-garde hotels, you are treated to some of the most succulent Chinese dishes. Do not forget the street-side seafood vendors. Altogether, Hong Kong offers a gastronomic cornucopia. The shopping malls have some great Chinese eateries, and just for a less price, you can relish dim sum and prawn dumplings. Plunge into tea culture, or 'yum cha', and try slurping your noodles. That's the way we do it, says a Hong Kongner and it's delicious!

A true shopping haven
In this prodigious city, shopping is almost a devotional activity. HK for sure, is a shopper’s promised-land. Certainly the city is fortunate to have abundant commodity on offer. Right from jewellery, modern wear to aesthetic, toys and sports equipments, visitors largely select the unique toys, video games, CDs, DVDs, digital cameras and electronic items.

Things are quite cheap in here. A few famous shopping areas and arcades include the IFC Mall, Times Square, Pacific Place and Harbour City. Shopping fanatics would love to examine each and everything and know how to haggle the good deals. Women would definitely prefer to hang out at Ladies Market, Stanley Market and Temple Street and spend lavishly. In one word - Hong Kong will spoil you with choices when you fly down with cheap flights to Hong Kong.

Monday, 13 March 2017

Handy Tips for the First-Timers

I just got Las Vegas and flaunting it!!!

What does one do in a maze of wonders? That's what the swashbuckling Las Vegas is all about. It comes among the top 10 most visited cities in the world, inviting frequent flights to LasVegas from UK. If you're yet to step into this wild and crazy city, sooner or later you'll crave to know and experience what all is Vegas about. Once you step in, all you'll need is a drink in your hand and enthusiasm to walk downtown Vegas. Yes, it's perfectly fine to sip and stroll and you bet, you cannot do this in your hometown, hence, throw caution to the air and sip up. So, all you first-timers, jot down what all you can do on your first trip to the 'fabulous Las Vegas'.

Head to Fremont Street
Whether you've heard anything about Fremont Street or not, this is the land of ultimate parties. Debauchery! Yes, you got it right. The entire lane is filled with kiosks, free concerts, zip lines and party goers can be seen with their unique apparels flocking into the bars and clubs. This can be a whole new level of 'awe and shock'. That's not all, if you can take in some more, waste no time, just head over to Fremont East promenade to explore the best bars in the entire Vegas.

Things to do at Fremont Street
·         Discover antiques at Main Street
·         Time travel on Fremont East
·         Take the Banger Brewing tour
·         See Buffalo Bill’s train car
·         Take in the toys at Neonopolis
·         Enjoy flair bartenders
·         Sleep with the fishes at Golden Nugget casino

Bellagio Fountains
With 1,300 jets expelling a gush of water 500 feet into the air, the free fountain show at the Bellagio is a sight to behold. Guests at the hotel are frequently seen outdoors admiring and clicking photographs of the fountain show. The highlights include each show being choreographed to songs sung by Bruno Mars and Frank Sinatra. With such diverse music genre at the Strip, one truly feels like standing infront of a jukebox right in the middle of a cascading waterfall.

Monday to Friday - 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
show every 1/2 hour 8:00 pm - 12:00 am show every 15 minutes
Saturdays & Holidays 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
show every 1/2 hour 8:00 pm - 12:00 am show every 15 minutes
Sundays 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
show every 1/2 hour 7:00 pm - 12:00 am show every 15 minutes

Enjoy a Helicopter Ride
An aerial ride over Las Vegas aboard a helicopter is like star gazing. With just a few dollars, this ride is purely an out-of-the-world experience. The sad part is, many people miss this thrilling ride just because they get low on cash and consider it as unaffordable. Just skip one expensive attraction or a pricey meal and you can pay for your chopper ride. This activity needs to be on the top of your bucket list while booking Las Vegas flights and yes, it is unforgettable.

Jack of Lights - $119
Silver Cloud - $419
Grand Celebration - $449
City Lights Helicopter Strip Tour - $79
Dream Catcher - $614

See a Show
Vegas offers splendid entertainment. It's hard to find a city with world-class shows than the 'Sin City' Vegas itself. Whether it's stupendous acrobats, fantastic dancers, spell-binding magic shows and world famous performers, just make sure you are seated before the curtain goes up.

Best shows in Vegas
·         Absinthe
·         Blue Man Group
·         Jabbawockeez
·         Le Reve: The Dream
·         The Ultimate Vareity Show

'Hog' is the word
Las Vegas is all about 'frills, fun and food'. It's said, the city is a foodie’s dream-come-true, so bite it all up and explore what's the fuss is all about.
With flights from London to Las Vegas relish signature dishes as well as traditional American fares prepared by celebrity chefs at a row of restaurants downtown Carson Avenue.

Saturday, 11 March 2017

It's Good Mood Food in Bangkok

Insider's Guide to Thai capital's Street Food

Thai food is not only appetizing, but soul stirring too. A combination of roasted, boiled and fried, you can taste anything and everything from luscious veggies to the most succulent meat products. No doubt, even a nibbler can turn vulturous.
Bangkok is often tagged as the 'food capital' of the world and one of the world's best place to savour tasty Thai food and intercontinental cuisine. At times, it gets challenging to spot the 'really good' places to eat. Bangkok encounters throngs of visitors flocking into thecity every year with flights to Bangkok. Often, the visitors ask, "Wherecan we find the best Thai food in Bangkok?

" Although, it's futile to answer this question, we have listed out fine dining places to relish authentic Thai food.

Bangrak...the must visit
If you happen to be near Silom, Bangrak offers excellent Thai food. With a nonchalant and cordial atmosphere, live music and splendid art pageant every now then, this sophisticated restaurant also serves alcoholic drinks and smoothies. You can drool over shrimps wrapped in crispy bacon, red chicken curry, roasted chicken wings. So, irresistible!

·         Address: 4-6 Soi Saladang, Silom Road
·         How to get there: Take the sky train to Silom station, and walk from there (very short)
·         Opening hours: 10 am – 10 pm Closed on Sundays

Street Food...extremely inescapable
Bangkok sizzles with cheap and delicious street food. You'll find pop-up stalls on moveable trolleys as well as stable food carts, serving sumptuous Thai food. There are open-air food courts well-laid on the pavements. It's a food scene to behold!
Once, the food market at Sukhumvit Soi 38 was highly recommended for first timers to Bangkok, sadly, it's closed down, instead, there are several other fantastic options to sample the street food. The must-try's are Egg Noodle Soup with Chicken and Pad Thai.

Yaowarat is commonly recognised as Bangkok's Chinatown. It's a great place to relish some amazing street food and undeniably, Bangkok's street food hub. The amalgam of Thai and Chinese smell is heavenly.
Seafood dominates the gastronomic world of Thailand and barbecued seafood is highly famous along with dim sum, fruit desserts and pepper broth. Unless you walk around, it's impossible to  see the large variety of Thai food. Be it satay, pad Thai, barbecue spears with peanut butter, chicken in different variations, fried rice, noodles and different soups, crispy duck and curries of all kinds, try and sample most of it. It's an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

·         Address: Yaowarat Street
·         How to get there: Taxi or MRT  to Hua Lamphong station then walk 15 minutes
·         Opening hours: All day, but best in the evenings

Saphan Taksin and the Bang Rak Area
An ancient part of Bangkok, with an array of restaurants and food stalls, the Saphan Taksin has been pampering taste buds since decades. I tell you, these guys really know some cooking secrets that can even might put to test some renowned chefs.
There are merely a galore of food gems along this road to mention them all, but here lies Prachak Pet Jang famous for its Chinese-style roasted duck with a dark, spicy sauce over rice, and Khao Kha Mu Trok Sung serving tasty stewed pork legs with rice.
Don’t forget to stop off for some mouth-watering Mango sticky rice desert at Boonsap Thai Desserts, or simply grab a batter friend banana from a stall.

·        Address: Along Charoen Krung from Saphan Taksin BTS to the crossing of Charoen Krung Road and Silom Road
·         How to get there: Take the sky train to Saphan Taksin Station

Some other great places to sample street food in Bangkok is around the Victory Monument and on Pectchaburi Soi 5 and many others. Bangkok’s street food is everywhere, always tasty and freshly made, so step out and explore with Bangkok flights.

Friday, 10 March 2017

Sweet, Spicy, Sour Delhi

The Tastes Relished by a Delhi's Belly

It's winter in Delhi; a thick fog conceals the city. Well, the glimpse of the city can be misguided from the plane. Beneath the fog the crispy air is tickling the bone of the Delhites and they aren't staying back at home. The noon sun shoots a ray of hope and the weather turns out to be pleasant and balmy, inviting several flights to Delhifrom UK. It's not only the markets, malls or the food court that starts filling up with shoppers and with hungry hulks, but an army of foodies jumble up at several corners of the city for some colourful and appetizing street food.
Spotting a shabby vendor is rather gratifying as he's the only one to pamper your hunger. It's rather baffling to figure out what goes in your mouth first. Delhi's street food is all about taste and colour. It totally depends on what you like. We have narrowed down a few things to ease it out for you:

It's Hot and Spicy
Winter is surely the raw ideal time for some city excursion and for nibbling incredible, mouth watering street food. Right from the pot to the plate, the tikki or the samosa will definitely be piping hot. Wait until the red and green chutney acts as an icing to the snack. Make sure you break it into two and drool over the aromatic stream that hits your nostrils. You cannot wait another second to feed your starving taste buds.

Where to Eat: Bishan Swaroop Chaat Corner
Address: 1421 Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi
Famous for: A Variety of Chaats

Have a Sweet-tooth?
Shun the guilty for your feeble calories these delicacies bring in, just hold your chin high up and pledge to dust it off after you're done sampling the most heavenly, oil-drenched gajar ka halwa, the savoury kachoris or even the amusing jalebis. Irresistible aren't they? However, these are not simply street foods. With one bite you are unified with the history and culture of Delhi. Eating out on the Delhi streets is much more than an experience, it's a crash course!

Where to Eat: Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala
Address: 1104, Maliwara, Jogiwari, Gali Paranthe Wali, Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi.
Famous for: Best Kachodis in Delhi

Street Food goes way back
No doubt, the street food scene shares the soil with several iconic landmarks that too, bear historical marks. Each and everything from the red-stoned forts, marble tombs and minars echo the names of various rulers and invaders who have left an interesting legacy not only over Delhi, but on the entire continent of India. All of them have left a stunning aroma of their signature dishes behind. With Delhi flights from London you can taste all. 

What's Delhi without these?
Let's narrow it down. For instance, you'll see fried balls of dough, most commonly known as gol gappa in North India, filled with spicy savoury water and diced boiled peas or potatoes being gobbled by people of every size and status. If you move from Delhi towards Lucknow, the same snack is known as 'batashas' (a bubble) and again if you travel down towards Central India towards Mumbai, you'll get to know them as 'pani puri'.

At one time, street food was scattered all over the city, but several food courts and luxurious malls have endeavoured to bring together the highlights of the street food right from kachoris to kebabs. Though the efficient network of Delhi Metro makes travelling from one end of the city to the other quite easy, but to taste the real thing one needs to be out on the streets.

Where to Eat: Pt. Gaya Prasad Shiv Charan Paranthe Wale
Address: Shop 1797, Dariba Kalan Road, Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi
Famous for: Parathas

The Oil Sizzles
Street food began primarily from Old Delhi, basically around the areas of Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazar. The place is heavily crowded, and with a little push you can make your way towards the vendors and their stalls. What Old Delhi mainly demands, that you shop and eat. That's the beauty!

Craving for something more meaty? Ustad Moinuddin in Chawri Bazaar offers royal dishes that have been luring food lovers since decades. Anybody's got a sweet-tooth? So now, let the dessert follow your meal. There's nothing like ending a heavenly meal with a sweet dish and nothing beats the rabri faluda or the spongy gulab jamuns. Amazing food, great history and impressive culture - all in one box.

Where to Eat: Kuremal Mohanlal Kulfiwale
Address: Chawri Bazar, 1165-66 Sitaram Bazar Road (it's the first shop upon entering Sitaram Bazar Road), Kucha Pati Ram, Old Delhi

Hail! The Street Food of Delhi

Despite it's outlandish combination of comestible delights, the street-side snacks do face tremendous competition from upstart 'trinity' rivals that comprises of masala dosa, momos and chowmein and not to forget the many fast food chains that provide quick and tasty bites. However, no tourist claims to have seen Delhi without relishing street food, one of the features that brings in flights from London to Delhi.

Thursday, 9 March 2017

Harare: Where Wild is Life after all...

Scouting evergreen places in the Zimbabwean capital city

Harare appeases the world with a stunning combination of natural beauty, iconic landmarks and historical ruins. Though trade and commerce have been seen brimming over the years along with stylish buildings, grandiose shopping malls, museums and art centres, Harare also has its share of lush landscapes, forests reserves, gardens and wildlife sanctuaries. At present times, tourism and travel too have been a great aid for development in Harare. Come, let's look into a few iconic places of interestand attraction in Harare itself that brings in frequent flights to Harare.

Wild is Life Harare
A unique wildlife conservation and a place where the 'untamed live in peace'. This 'hope for the animals' venture provides protection and a place for orphan animals, raising them among their natural habitat. People are allowed to interact with the wildlife, spend time here and feed them with safety measures. The animals that you'll spot include zebras, monkeys, sable, kudu, turtles, hawks, elephants, giraffes and other wildebeests. Highlights include the interaction between humans and cheetahs.

This place derives its name from 'rock' and 'red' forming it as the 'Red Rock'. Domboshawa is a tiny town in the Mashonaland district. The most appealing feature of the area is the red rock and the majestic caves decorated with paintings dating back 5,000 years. These paintings were done by the Khoisan tribe, who basically were hunters who used rocks to draw on the cave walls. Their art includes sketches of wild animals, gods and goddesses, planets they worshipped and war scenes. Out of the many, only 200 paintings have been recognised at this present age.

Doon Estate
The Doon Estate is basically a market area where the most common species are the monkeys. You can shop for high fabrics, wood carvings, paintings, vegetables and smaller household things. Apart from the local merchandise, you can buy cakes, chocolates and coffee. Relish some local food and beverages.

Avondale Flea Market
It is an outstanding shopping mall where tourists can discover entertainment, enjoy assorted eatables and buy household stuffs. It's all at the same place. There are even cinema halls, shopping arcades, aromatic cafes, traditional shops and a parking area. Visitors flocking into the city with Harare flights from UK can purchase all kind of stuff from the flea market in Harare.

The Botanical Garden
No doubt, this is the most visited park in Harare. With an area of 58 hectares the garden nourishes 450,000 plant species, around 1000 tree species and many herbs and shrubs. All the species have been brought from the Eastern highlands and Highveld lands of Zimbabwe. An educational institute also abides to inspire citizens and visitors, motivating them to preserve the scarce floral species of Zimbabwe. 

Mukuvisi Woodlands
Situated on Paget Road, Glenara, the Mukuvisi woodlands are famed as Zimbabwe's great game view. Several wildlife and safari lovers swarm into these lands to watch the wildlife of Zimbabwe largely comprising of Kudus, rhinos, giraffes and elephants and several other mammal species. You can also enjoy:
i. Horseback safari
ii. Game drive
iii. Walking safari


Amanzi is an opulent 5-star lodge in the city of Harare. There are unusual gardens, alluring swimming pools, plush restaurants, luxury shopping stores, lush green gardens and petite waterfalls inside the Amanzi lodge. Amanzi is one of the most preferable tourist spots, inviting plenty of flights from London to Harare. It's a must-visit for peopletouring Harare.