Kadoma is situated 85 miles (137 kilometers) southwest of Harare, the national capital.
For a real taste of the region, why not hit the road and visit the diverse settlements in the area of Kadoma.
One of the most popular ways to get a true feel for a place is by learning about its history. While in Zimbabwe, be sure to drop into the area's ruins.
A great way to discover the great outdoors in Zimbabwe is to sign up for a abseiling or bungee jumping adventure.
Be sure to take your tastebuds for a tour of Zimbabwe's restaurants and cafés. Milk and also collard greens are commonly used in food here. Favorite dishes include delele (okra made with baking soda) and dovi (chicken and peanut butter stew), but of course there are many other interesting dishes to sample. Those who can always find room for more, can order sticky toffee pudding, the perfect way to finish your Zimbabwe culinary experience. Kick back and enjoy a Bohlingers, a popular beer in these parts.
When it's finally time to bid farewell to Kadoma, head to the nearest major airport located in Harare, 85 miles (137 kilometers) away.