I visited Mukuvisi some time ago for a braai birthday party and game viewing. The staff were very pleasant, well informed and helpful. The braai facilities were also quite decent. If you are in Harare I would recommend you visit Mukuvisi Woodlands.
We had a lovely morning with our grandchildren, walking round and spotting the animals then had a very pleasant light snack at the tea room. The giraffe in particular where a delight. So very pleasant to wonder around the wild in the middle of Harare.
This place is a convenient place to be with your family during weekends. There is a provision for risk free viewing of wild animals whilst at the watering hole. The place is run by friendly staff. I strongly recommend that if you are looking for places to go with family during weekends this is the place for a perfect weekend... 更多
Great place for small group outings and picnics.Quiet and peaceful environment to enjoy nature.A few minutes drive from the city.Wild animal views mainly giraffes,crocodiles and zebras and variety of birds.
It's nice enough, and you will see a crocodile, giraffes, and zebras. Nothing spectacular, but it's peaceful and easy to get to from the city. You can take the local transportation (kombi) to this location by looking for a Greendale vehicle and asking to be let off at Glenara. It's $10 for foreigners, which I feel is a bit steep...
I took a horse ride in the morning. It was really great also for people who cannot ride (like myself). The guide explained things very well and there were a lot of animals to spot. Excellent for a day of relaxation!
this place is very basic but it in in the centre of the city. It has a good shop, and has an amazing child friendly camp. Our nature in endangered so i recommend this for schools and daily visits when you just do not want to go too far A sunday dog walking facility also available and they walk through... 更多
Be cautioned that this place is quite expensive for what it is, especially for foreigners. There were only a few animals to see up close (mostly birds), and there is limited access and viewing spots for the other game in the park.
It's a sure bet to see 3 or 4 herbivorous species from the platform, but the hikes around the woodlands are the highlights.