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There's no finer way to experience a new country than from the driver's seat of a rental car. You won't have any trouble hitting the road in Zimbabwe after getting to know a few of the basics. Just one of the countries located in Africa, Zimbabwe has lots to offer every type of traveler. No trip here would be complete without stopping off at the nation's capital, Harare.
No road trip around Zimbabwe is complete without a few exciting detours along the way. When it comes to cool attractions, we can steer you in the right direction. Follow the road signs until you arrive at National Sports Stadium. This impressive attraction is 5 miles from the middle of Harare and is well worth hopping out of the car for.
Adventure is waiting for you around every twist and turn of this spectacular area. Zimbabwe is one of those places where the journey is just as thrilling as each of its impressive destinations. With your own rental car, you can spend as little or as long as you like discovering every square inch of it. Get out and discover some (or all) of this place's most well-known cities:
Here's a rundown of all the tricks of the trade to help you keep more money in your pocket:
Who needs extra bells and whistles? Economy cars are the most popular rental car category for visitors to Zimbabwe, and for many good reasons. You'll enjoy great fuel economy as you navigate your way through the streets of Harare and Bulawayo in this small car. They're nimble, a cinch to park, and easy on the hip pocket.
Obviously, you can't leave Zimbabwe without seeing a few of its natural wonders. Go for a road trip around rivers and savannahs from the comfort of something bigger, like a mid-size SUV. Pack up the gang and whatever else you want to take — these models offer enough space for your luggage without compromising on legroom.
First of all, there's a huge range of luxury rental vehicles in Zimbabwe. What you go for is largely dependent on how much you're willing to spend and what you're hoping to do. Specialty and prestige vehicles are hard to beat if you're all about mod cons and comfort. If you're splashing out, why not pick an SUV with all the bells and whistles, or perhaps a stylish mid-size sedan? Alternatively, if you just need a set of wheels to get you from A to B as cheaply as possible, stick with a budget compact vehicle (or something else that won't burn a hole in your pocket).