Languages of Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe has 16 official languages: English, Shona, Ndebele, Shangani, Sotho, Venda, Kalanga, Nambya, Chewa, sign language, Tonga, Chibarwe, Ndau, Tswana, Koisan, and Xhosa. Shone, Ndebele and English are the most widely spoken languages. While travelling in Zimbabwe in tourist areas you’ll find a lot of people who speak English.


Our Recommended Itinerary

Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)

day 1 to 3

Welcome to magical Kenya
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)

day 4

Visit to the capital of Kenya
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)

day 5 to 6

Meet Victoria Falls | Zambia
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)

day 7 to 9

Discover Zimbabwe
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)
  • Wilderness safari in Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe (10 days)

day 10

End of Journey

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