Home to breathtaking Victoria Falls and spectacular Safaris, Zimbabwe is an exotic country with incredible landscapes brimming with diverse and exotic wildlife in their native and undisturbed reserves.
Eastern Highlands, the Zambezi Valley, Hwange, and Matobo Hills bear environmentally sustainable wealth due to the lack of mass tourism during in the past decade.
The people have realized the potential of their nation’s resources and their capacity, not only in making profit from sustainable tourism, but revitalizing that offer to build its reputation and establish a standard by taking pride and respecting their environment and their territory’s assets and attributes.
Certainly, it will take time for the country to develop new infrastructure and upgrade the existing deteriorated facilities but the changes that are gradually re-shaping Zimbabwean society are valuable and long-term.
Following that socio-political upheaval, the country faced a brief state of economic sanctions and national moratorium, which may have been a wake-up call as it has emerged stronger and refreshed.
A restored regard and respect for a constructive and efficient social order and promising future generated new collective and individual ambitions.
The music scene reflects a time-honored folk roots that people feel ties them to their heritage and spirituality, which they tend to celebrate and reinforce through communal connections, believing that the music strengthens it.
Many western travelers will appreciate the free spirit of Zimbabweans and their street scene where the warmth of people and the spirit of the community will be felt through music – its ability to unify and pacify people and create a positive attitude.