Flight tickets from Sishen to Bulawayo
Bulawayo is a thriving metropolis located in south-central Zimbabwe. This bustling city is the second-largest in the country and is known for its traditional historic sites and modern attractions. Bulawayo offers something for everyone, from art galleries to scenic game parks and everything in between. The city is quickly becoming a popular destination due to its friendly people, beautiful landscape, and wealth of activities. Whether you're looking for outdoor adventures, cultural experiences, or a night on the town, Bulawayo has it all!
Getting to Know Bulawayo
Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe with an estimated population of around 2.2 million. It is located in the southwestern corner of the country and is part of the Central Time Zone. English is the official language, but many locals also speak Ndebele and Shona. The local currency is the Zimbabwean dollar, with US dollars also widely accepted.
Climate and Weather
Bulawayo is the second-largest city in Zimbabwe, located in the southern part of the country. The climate of Bulawayo is warm and temperate, with temperatures ranging from the low 70s to mid-90s Fahrenheit (low to mid-20s Celsius). Rainfall is fairly consistent year-round. Summers are hot, and winters are mild. There is little rainfall during the winter months (about 3 inches per month). Most of the rain falls from October through December. Summer months are often quite dry and humid. Dust storms occasionally occur during the dry season, bringing with them thick dust and dirt. The average annual temperature in Bulawayo ranges from 61 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (16 to 27 degrees Celsius). The highest recorded temperature was 108 degrees Fahrenheit (42 degrees Celsius) in March 2011. Overall, the climate of Bulawayo is fairly consistent year round, making it a great place to visit year-round.
Touring Bulawayo: Airport and Transportation
There are 2 airports in Bulawayo: Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport and Bulawayo Airport. You can get from the main airport (Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport) to downtown Bulawayo by taxi for about $25-$30. You can also take the bus for $1.50. You cannot change money at Bulawayo Airport, however there are forex bureaus at the airport where you can buy US, Euro or South African Rand.
Exploring the Rich History and Culture of Bulawayo
- Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe, nicknamed the “City of Kings”. It is the capital of the Matabeleland North Province and has a rich history and culture
- It is home to a number of historical sites, such as the Khami Ruins which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city also has a strong tradition of art and music, with music festivals and a craft market
- Visitors to Bulawayo can explore the vivid mosaic of traditional customs, experience the unique taste of unique drinks and enjoy a variety of cultural institutions
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Q&As for booking flights from Sishen to Bulawayo
How long is the flight from Sishen to Bulawayo?
There is no direct flight from Sishen to Bulawayo, but there are indirect flights with one stopover. The total flight time is approximately 15 hours.
How far is the flight from Sishen to Bulawayo?
There is no direct flight from Sishen to Bulawayo, but there are flights with layovers. The total flight time is approximately 17 hours.
Which airlines fly direct from Sishen to Bulawayo?
There is currently only one airline running direct flights from Sishen to Bulawayo, which is Ethiopian Airlines.
How many airports are there in Bulawayo and what are their official names.
There are two airports in Bulawayo. The Bulawayo Airport and the Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport.
How many flights are there a week from Sishen to Bulawayo?
There are two flights a week from Sishen to Bulawayo.
When is the cheapest time to buy a ticket from Sishen to Bulawayo?
The cheapest time to buy a ticket from Sishen to Bulawayo is 7 days in advance.
How can i get from the main airport to downtown in Bulawayo and how much does it cost?
There is no public transport from the main airport to downtown Bulawayo. The only way to get there is by private taxi or car. A one-way trip will cost around $20.