There are several opportunities for sports and leisure activities around the project site. Within walking distance you’ll have access to a tennis court and several cycling, mountain biking and hiking trails. For a more urban experience you can take a short drive to the city centre, where you can find restaurants, shops, museums, galleries and national historic sites.
If you’re feeling a little more adventurous why not get exploring and soak up the Zimbabwean culture and see the fantastic wildlife on the spectacular African plains! Some of the more popular sites include:
Victoria Falls – perfect for adrenaline junkies as this is home to numerous adventure activities such as bungee jumping, white water rafting and boogie boarding. Victoria Falls is one sheer drop of 108m along the Zambezi River and is a registered UNESCO world heritage site.
Matopos National Park –a very short drive away from Bulawayo the park is famous for a large outcrop known as World’s View as a result of the vast and beautiful scenery that can be seen for miles. Matapos is also famous for its wildlife including a large population of black eagles, leopards and black/white rhinos, making it a must see park for nature lovers.
Antelope Park – This beautiful haven just 2 hours away from Bulawayo is an incredible opportunity to walk amongst some of the world’s most dangerous animals as you explore this spectacular 3000 acres of savannah.
Great Zimbabwe – This is an ancient city of ruins in the south eastern hills of Zimbabwe from the late Iron Age and inhabited by the Shona people. This World Heritage Site was believed at one point to be home to around 18,000 inhabitants and the capital of the Great Kingdom of Zimbabwe stretching all the way into modern day Botswana, Mozambique and South Africa.