Driving in Zimbabwe
International driving permits and valid driving licences issued in Zambia, Malawi, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland are valid in Zimbabwe. A visitor from any other country may, for 90 days or more (depending on the country of issue), use a valid driving licence, issued by the competent authority in that country. If not printed in English, it should have a printed certificate of authority and validity, or a transcription of the text with the bearer's photograph attached.
Rules of the road:
In Zimbabwe drive on the left hand side of the road and give way to traffic approaching on the road to your right at uncontrolled intersections.
At controlled intersections, motorists are required to yield to pedestrians crossing on a green light.
At all intersections, a fire engine, ambulance or police vehicle sounding a siren takes precedence over all other traffic; move out of its course
The general speed limit in Zimbabwe is 120 km/h on open roads and 60km/h in urban areas, but watch for signs
Luxury train journeys from Pretoria to Victoria Falls
We also book luxury train safaris from Pretoria and flights from Sun City or Okavango to Victoria falls
The Blue Train : combines the luxury of the world's leading hotels with the charm of train travel
Rovos Rails : world-class train travel experience