Direct flights to Harare
Harare has a fascinating history and culture, and is the major center for tourism in Zimbabwe. See all direct flights available to Harare International Airport.
Harare International is a small to medium sized airport in Zimbabwe. In total there are 14 airports with direct flights to Harare from Zimbabwe and 9 other countries. You can easily reach Harare with daily non-stop flights from major hubs Johannesburg (Airlink (South Africa)), Addis Ababa (Ethiopian Airlines) and Cape Town (Airlink (South Africa)).
Non-stop routes to HRE:
Harare is the major center for tourism for Zimbabwe and visitors can organize most tours from here. Top visitor attractions include the National art Gallery with its stunning collections of pan African art and contemporary Shona stone sculptures, and the National Botanical gardens in the prosperous northern suburbs.
A bustling city center with contemporary buildings, wide streets and numerous parks and gardens, the city boasts large open spaces with over 900 species of wild trees and shrubs from all over the country. Gateway to many National Parks and some of Africa's best wildlife, Harare attracts tourists.
Find a direct flight to Harare
When it comes to direct flights, Harare International Airport only offers connections within Africa. Listed below you find some of the most popular routes – please follow the links to learn more about each flight option.
- Direct flights from Johannesburg (JNB) to Harare (HRE)
- Direct flights from Lusaka (LUN) to Harare (HRE)
- Direct flights from Victoria Falls (VFA) to Harare (HRE)
- Direct flights from Addis Ababa (ADD) to Harare (HRE)
- Direct flights from Nairobi (NBO) to Harare (HRE)
A visit to Harare – don’t miss this
With a fascinating history and culture, Harare features a range of architecture that reflects the influences from colonial Europeans such as the Cape Dutch style that is so evident in South Africa. With an increasing appreciation for Harare’s heritage, certain buildings are now being preserved including The Mining Pension Fund Building.
Other places of interest are The National Gallery, Queen Victoria Museum and the Queen Victoria National Library. Venture out of the city and explore some of Zimbabwe's natural attractions and wildlife including the Hwange National Park and the magnificent Victoria Falls.
We recommend you visit Epworth Balancing Rocks which are a phenomenal site just south of Harare, the historical rock and cave paintings in Domboshawa and Ngomokurira, the Mukuvisi Woodlands where you can experience a walking safari encountering a variety of game and the Lion and Cheetah Park to visit the big cats.
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Harare has a pleasant subtropical highland climate. The average annual temperature is 17.95 °C, rather low for the tropics. There are three main seasons: a warm, wet season from November to March/April; a cool, dry season from May to August; and a hot, dry season in September/October.
Daily temperature ranges are about 7 °C (44.6 °F) to 20 °C (68.0 °F) in July (the coldest month), about 13 °C (55.4 °F) to 28 °C (82.4 °F) in October and about 15.5 °C (59.9 °F) to 25 °C (77.0 °F) in January. The average annual rainfall is about 825 mm in the southwest, rising to 855 mm on the higher land of the northeast. Very little rain typically falls during the period May to September, although sporadic showers occur most years.