Harare, the national capital, is situated 230 miles (370 kilometers) northeast of Bulawayo.
Investigate Bulawayo's offerings. See the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair and Centenary Park.
To experience Zimbabwe in all it's richness, drive a little further out to experience the sights and attractions around Bulawayo. Matopos and Marula are two more places you may wish to visit while you're in Zimbabwe.
Queens Sports Club is a great place to experience Zimbabwe's passion for cricket, and to see the Matabeleland Tuskers, in action. Queens Sports Club is in Bulawayo, 2 miles (3 kilometers) away. To fit in, be sure to wear blue and white, the colors of the Matabeleland Tuskers.
Stop at Zimbabwe's historic ruins, it's an excellent way to explore the area's rich past.
One of the nicest ways to explore the unique natural environment around Bulawayo is to sign up for a abseiling or bungee jumping adventure.
Enjoy the Zimbabwe cuisine by visiting the region's restaurants and cafés. Two of the region's key cooking ingredients are milk and collard greens. Two of the regional specialties worth tracking down are delele (okra made with baking soda) are dovi (chicken and peanut butter stew). Sticky toffee pudding is perfect to end your food experience. You may notice locals ordering Bohlingers; it's among the most popular beers in Zimbabwe.
The most convenient major airport, Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport, is situated in Bulawayo, 11 miles (18 kilometers) to the north of Bulawayo, so take that into account when booking your vacation.