For such a young settlement, Zimbabwe’s second city of Bulawayo has an exciting melange of architecture and history crammed into its 126 block radius. War and siege, boom and bust, development and demolition – Bulawayo has weathered political and economic storms for more than a century. Focusing on the architecture and history, this walking tour immerses the visitor into the life of a developed town while providing a unique viewpoint on urban history in the context of a developing country in Africa.
Min 3, Max 10 pax. Single Travellers please do ask about joining a group departure or arranging your own personalised tour.
Tour lasts approx 3-4 hours of walking with rest stops along the way (but this is flexible).
Casual dress recommended; no high-heels or flip-flops allowed. Hats and sunscreen recommended.
No large cameras or wads of cash allowed.
Some refreshments including drinking water and teas, coffees and a light snack will be provided.