Harare, the national capital, is located 110 miles (177 kilometers) west of Nyanga.
Make sure you see the the Nyanga National Park when spending time in Nyanga.
To really immerse yourself in the Zimbabwe lifestyle it's a good idea to tour the wider region around Nyanga.
History lovers will want to visit the area's fabulous ruins.
There are some great exciting adventures to be had in the region around Zimbabwe. Have a go at abseiling or bungee jumping to really get your blood pumping.
Sampling local food is often about more than just nutrition. It is a glimpse into a region's personality. Milk and also collard greens are commonly used in dishes here. Delele (okra made with baking soda) and dovi (chicken and peanut butter stew) are two options to sample. Zimbabwe dishes such as sticky toffee pudding are also great to try. Refresh your palette with a glass of beer. Bohlingers is popular here.
The 18th of April is the date when many people in Zimbabwe observe Independence Day, so look out for festivities and parades if you happen to be vacationing in Zimbabwe then.
When it's finally time to bid farewell to Nyanga, head to the nearest major airport located in Harare, 110 miles (177 kilometers) away.