A series of travels in North America and Europe helped her discover the passion in Tourism and Hospitality. She started the first Free Walking Tour of Harare in 2017. From the rowth and success of these tours, she went on to establish Adventure Horizons. When not doing city excursions she runs other entrepreneurial projects and joins several social activities around the city.
Sibo joined Adventure Horizons in 2018. She is currently studying towards a degree in Peace Conflict and Governance. She is the founder of Special Active Law-abiding Talented (SALT) Youth Forum and a Study of the United States Institutes (S.U.S.I.) Alumni. She is passionate about meeting youths from all over the world. She is an avid reader and keen on sports
June joined Adventure Horizons in 2019. She has a background Administration, Education and Psychology. When she turned 40 she decided to travel more and share her vast knowledge and experience. Her passions are in education, counselling, motivation and engaging in cultural, social and fitness issues.
Free Walking Tours
Free Walking Tours
This tour is an introductory and interactive tour. It is a 2-3 walk hour covering about 6.5km-7km. On this tour you will see some of the most important city centre highlights and monuments, experience culture, learn about the history .This is a tip/donation based tour.
This is a tailor made cultural tour which gives an insight into authentic Zimbabwean village experience. You will have the opportunity to participate and join in local’s daily activities and special festivals. The tour is exclusive and life changing.
Mbare was the first high-density suburb (township) in Zimbabwe, being established in 1907.
On this tour you will not only learn about the rich culture, history but will also get to feel and see the vibe of the township. It is described as the Heart Beat of Harare, Mbare is an exciting place!
Whether you are traveling because you have a personal religious connection to your destination, or because you are interested in the historical and cultural impact of these sites, Zimbabwe is religiously rich. This tour take you through multiple religions places of worship in the Christian, Muslim, Apostolic, Orthodox and Buddhist communities.
This activity can be customized and you will get an insight into local Zimbabwean life and food. We’ve been cooking since childhood with our grandmothers, and our passion for sharing Zimbabwean traditional cuisine has only intensified over the years. Guest celebrity chefs come to this class on special occasions.
Learning a local language while traveling or living in a new country is a rewarding experience.
If you would like to learn some basic Shona OR English to better understand those around you, this is the perfect solution for you.
Through dance, Zimbabwean people celebrate, educate, and express themselves. Styles vary greatly from culture to culture, but most share some common features. In particular, it emphasizes rhythm. Want to learn Kizomba, Afro-Salsa, Bachata or Traditional Dance? The class is fun and interactive.
Through the workshop you get to contribute towards an eco-friendly environment. These workshops are not only fun but they allow us and the participants to activate our creative senses, skills development, entrepreneurship, and above all to embrace a lifestyle of recycling.
Places we love and support
ArtiSana Gallery Café
Vibrant coffee shop, foodie spot and wine bar nestled in the colourful and relaxed ambience of the National Gallery.
Chez Zandi Bistro & Wine Bar
Chez Zandi Bistro & Wine Bar was founded in 2015 by a local Zimbabwe based family. The concept was to create an affordable fine dining experience that was well suited to have great conversations, serve quality, freshly cooked meals (Western, French, Zimbabwean) and offer an amazing wine selection, spirit selections and cocktails. It is one of the best culinary experiences you will find in Zimbabwe.
Gava’s is located on the bowling green at Belgravia Sports Club. The perfect setting for a relaxed lunch or sundowners with friends with NO cover charge. “We focus on providing fresh, healthy and tasty traditional Zimbabwean cuisine, in a relaxed and comfortable setting. We also have live music every Sunday afternoon, from 1pm to 6pm. Listen to Afro-Jazz as you enjoy a long, leisurely Sunday lunch in the sunshine.”
Ndyelo African Restaurant
A trendy pan African restaurant in the heart of the hustle and bustle of the city of Harare. Serving diverse African cuisine for example from Nigerian, Ethiopian, Egyptian and Tanzanian. It is housed in the National Handicraft Centre allowing the possibilities of touring the craft gallery and buying some souvenirs.
Make Sure You Catch These
Events in Harare
Asian Street Food Night Market
Come and enjoy a lovely relaxed evening at the Asian Street Food Market every Friday night at 11 Maasdorp Avenue, from 6-00pm-9:30pm. Bring friends and enjoy well priced delicious food under the stars!
Back 2 Jazzics
We’re a Jazz Promotions company offering high quality Jazz Concerts, Workshops, Jazz Recordings and Artist booking services to the Jazz community in Zimbabwe.
Back 2 Jazzics concerts are every Sunday at Chez Zandi’s – 328 Herbert Chitepo Avenue, Harare. Starting at 5pm
Kizomba Social Night
The popular Kizomba on the Roof Social Night at 1st Floor Travel Plaza (opposite avenues Clinic). Event is every Sunday music starts at 6pm and dancing starts at 7pm till around 10pm.It is one great way to chill on a Sunday evening surrounded by great ,people music and some snacks .
A therapeutic, relaxing and meditative experience through the mystical and calming sounds of mbira. Mbira is also used to heal both physical and mental illness. It is included in celebrations of all kinds, including weddings, inauguration of new chiefs. New wave has mbira music is being played at international conferences and festivals.