The peak season is during the UK winter so you’ll struggle to find cheap flights to Zimbabwe during this time. Make sure to book your flight tickets in advance to avoid overpaying for flights to Zimbabwe and plan ahead in case any festivals or events are taking place. November to March is the rainy season where the land turns green, making it a great time to visit to catch animals drinking from waterholes. If you want to visit Victoria Falls, which is Zimbabwe’s major attraction, then visit between April and June.
You’ll find the cheapest flights to Zimbabwe from late June to October which is the dry season. All of the land dries up and everywhere starts to look rather baron although you’ll have a much easier time finding discounts on flight tickets and accommodation
This depends on what kind of holiday you’d prefer. The off season is where you’ll find the cheapest flights to Zimbabwe and you’ll only need to secure your flight tickets a month or two in advance, however everywhere is baron and spotting animals can be a lot more difficult. If you want to visit during the peak season then make sure to book your flights to Zimbabwe at least two months beforehand but even earlier if you can. School holidays and any festivals will drive up the cost of flight tickets so plan ahead where possible. If you can be flexible with your dates then you’ll give yourself the best chance to find the cheapest flights to Zimbabwe, especially if you book in advance.
Flights from London to Zimbabwe: 14 hours 05 minutes.
Flights from Manchester to Zimbabwe: 14 hours 55 minutes.
Flights from Birmingham to Zimbabwe: 14 hours 50 minutes.
Flights from Glasgow to Zimbabwe: 15 hours 35 minutes.
There are a variety of different airlines that provide flights to Zimbabwe although KLM, Kenya Airways, Air France and British Airways are the main four. Generally the costs of the flight tickets don’t vary much so a lot of it comes down to preference. You’ll have better chance finding cheap flights to Zimbabwe with KLM or Air France, however British Airways are a good option to consider as they offer complimentary snacks and drinks throughout the entirety of their flights to Zimbabwe, as well as a free executive membership where you can earn points. Those Avios points you earn can then be spent against the cost of flight tickets and other prizes such as cruises.
The airport is conveniently located around 12km away from the city centre and there are a couple of options available to get there. You can find taxis from outside of the arrivals Terminal but make sure you agree on the price before you get in. Bus services are also available and they are a fraction of the price so unless you have lots of luggage or if there are a few of you to split the cost of the taxi, a bus is a better option. Lastly, once you have booked your flights to Zimbabwe, it’s worth trying to see if any hotels provide airport transfers in with the price as this will save you time and money.
(prices quoted are from London)