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Parks, Recreation, and Greenspace in Bulawayo

five local experts

From neighborhood playgrounds to flagship parks, what does Bulawayo have to offer? Here's what five local experts had to say about parks and greenspace in Bulawayo.

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Bulawayo is a beautiful city. Jacaranda trees line every street and look unimaginably beautiful when in season. The people are warm and friendly. We have tourist attractions, namely our museum, wildlife parks and sanctuaries. Although we do not have a national currency, the United States Dollar is used as a base for every transaction.

Clarence, says: 2020

Bulawayo is the second capital of Zimbabwe. It is located in the southern part of the country. The city has a dry savanna climate and temperatures are usually around 30 °C in the summer. Most locals speak Ndebele but they are also quite fluent in English. Moving around the city is by public transport though it is unreliable at times, private cabs are also however available. There are quite a number of outdoor tourist attractions in Bulawayo and these include Chipangali animal orphanage, Matopos national parks.

Liberty, says: 2020

Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe. It is surrounded by Tourism destinations, including, one of the seven wonders of the world, the mighty Victoria falls. In close proximity to it, is the Matobo Hills national park, endowed by spectacular hills and animals. To add onto that, about 300 kms away you will find The Hwange National Park.

Bulawayo is the second largest city in the south west of the Zimbabwe. The city consists of cultural monuments that include the Natural history museum. Bulawayo is the main gateway to Matobo national park which is the most popular resort area. The popular dwellers of the city are the Ndebele people under Mzilikazi Clan.

Bianca, says: 2020

Bulawayo is a city in southwest Zimbabwe. It’s a gateway to Matobo National Park, home to the Matobo Hills rock formations and Stone Age cave art. It is the second capital city in Zimbabwe. Of all the cities that are there in the country it has the lowest crime rate. Most people in the city speak the Ndebele language.

Charlene, says: 2020
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