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South African Airways offers the convenience of direct flights to Harare. The Zimbabwean capital is an unpredictably beautiful city lined with fragrant Jacaranda trees and romantic red earth – it’s a sight not to be missed. Despite the fact many people are instantly swept off to enjoy nearby safaris or the famed Victoria falls, the city of Harare is truly a worthwhile stop if you are taking a trip through Southern Africa.

The most populous city in Zimbabwe, Harare boasts a fair amount of beautiful buildings, galleries, public parks and museums. However, if you prefer a slower tempo the city also offers a great selection of restaurants, craft markets and bars.

The Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport is located roughly 12km from the urban centre. The hub is served by basic transport links including taxis and minibuses. Car hire and shuttle facilities are also available at the airport.

SAA flies into Harare daily and you can rest assured that these flights deliver excellent turnaround times and exceptional world-class facilities.

The metropolis is dotted with beautiful open spaces like the Harare Botanical Gardens which showcase breath-taking indigenous plants - coupled with immaculately preserved heritage buildings it’s not hard to see the strong local appreciation for the city's cultural and historical legacy.

So, whether it’s for business or leisure, make sure Harare is on your list of places to visit.  For other spectacular destinations in South Africa and the world, or for more information about Harare, visit our destinations page.

You are welcome to join our SAA Voyager loyalty programme. The programme aims to reward regular flyers through the accumulation of miles. These Voyager Miles can be redeemed for flights, upgrades and other rewards. To sign up for the SAA Voyager programme take a look at our Voyager page.

South African Airways brings you the best regional flight specials travelling to all your favourite destinations! View all our special flight offers to and from Harare here.

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