Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in Southern Africa which lies between the great Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers. Property for sale here is available in major towns such as Harare and Bulawayo and as well as in more remote areas where natural beauty is king. Bordered by South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Mozambique, houses for sale in Zimbabwe offer a gateway to explore the magic that is Africa. 

A land of arresting landscapes, when you own property in Zimbabwe, you’re afforded the chance to sample and live within close proximity to untamed savannah, mighty rivers, thundering waterfalls, dramatic mountains, and a full complement of wildlife. Also characteristic of the country are the distinct sights of vast boulders, giant baobab trees and ubiquitous beehive hut settlements scattered across the veld.

If you’re looking for houses for sale in Zimbabwe, take a look at what’s available within our portfolio which includes a range of options includes apartments, commercial properties, free-standing homes, vacant land and even guesthouses and B&Bs. If you’re not yet ready to commit to buying a property, why not consider a holiday property to rent in Zimbabwe as an investment

Explore Zimbabwe

Wildlife and game viewing

Wildlife and game viewing

There’s no better place to enjoy close-encounters with the Big 5 and an exciting variety of bird and plant life than the wild planes of Zimbabwe. Some of the most notable parks include Hwange National Park, Mana Pools National Park and the Lower Zambezi National Park. 

The mighty Victoria Falls

The mighty Victoria Falls

Near the Zambian town of Livingstone and forming part of the Victoria Falls National Park on the western tip of Zimbabwe, the “Smoke that Thunders” is a sight not to be missed. This powerful waterfall serves as an impressive tourist attraction, which can be admired by air or by land. 



Zimbabwe’s monetary unit used to be the Zimbabwe Dollar, but since its suspension in 2009, the country adopted a multiple currency framework encompassing the United States Dollar, Indian Rupee, Botswana Pula, Yuan, Euro and Pound Sterling. 



Zimbabwe’s climate is tropical, although markedly moderated by altitude. There is a dry season, which features a short cool season from May to September when little rain falls throughout the whole country. The rainy season is typically a time of heavy rainfall from November to March.

“A rich natural and cultural heritage, premier wildlife viewing”


Living in Zimbabwe


Zimbabwe’s academic year runs from January to December, with 3 terms and national examinations written during November, administered by the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council. International examinations can also be written in June and November which are offered by a private education system. There are a number of schools in the country, including both private and public institutions, mostly surrounding most major cities. 


The public health system is the largest provider of health-care services, complemented by Mission hospitals and health care delivered by non-governmental organizations (NGOs). The economic decline and political instability have unfortunately led to a reduction in health-care budgets and provision, specifically in more remote areas.


Zimbabwe caters for all needs, with supermarkets, hardware stores, banks and pharmacies in all major cities while supplies in rural area may be a bit more limited. 


Zimbabwe is neighboured by Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana, Malawi and Zambia, making it an ideal place from which to explore even more of Africa. There is an international airport in Harare; the largest in the country also serving as the home of national airline, Air Zimbabwe. 

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