Travel Cross Border to Zimbabwe with Greyhound

 In Cross Border, Routes, Uncategorized, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is one of our most popular cross border locations for transporting passengers daily to and from two of Zimbabwe’s largest cities, Harare and Bulawayo.

So, if you are heading to Harare or Bulawayo, here are some things you should know:

1. Heading to Harare, Zimbabwe?

Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, is well known for its extraordinary array of wildlife, friendly people, and of course, its beautiful landscapes. Greyhound offers daily trips from Johannesburg to Harare. The bus departs from Johannesburg Park Station at 20:00 pm and arrives in Harare at 12:30 pm from Monday to Friday and Sunday. For you early birds out there on Saturday the bus departs at 13:00 pm and arrives in Harare at 5:30 am.

Our Harare office is located at the Greyhound Office, Roadpoort, Cnr Robert Mugabe Rd & Fifth Str. You can call us on +263772270835.

Take a look at some of the places we stop on this route: https://www.greyhound.co.za/johannesburg-pretoria-harare/

Wazzup Zimbabwe

2. Bussing to Bulawayo, Zimbabwe?

Bulawayo is the second-largest city in Zimbabwe. Greyhound travels daily to Bulawayo and introduced our popular double-decker bus on this route last year. The bus departs from Johannesburg Park Station at 20:30 pm and arrives in Bulawayo at 9:30 am on Fridays and Saturdays.

Our Bulawayo office is located at the Greyhound Office, 72 George Silundika & Leopold Takawira Street or you can call us on+263292889078

Wazzup Zimbabwe

Take a look at some of the places we stop on this route: https://www.greyhound.co.za/johannesburg-pretoria-bulawayo/

3. Travel Cross border to Zimbabwe: Important information?

Kindly note: Greyhound cannot be held responsible for any passenger being denied entry at a border. For more details, please see our Terms and Conditions

Mandatory requirements & documentation to travel cross-border

It is of the utmost importance when crossing into Zimbabwe that you have a valid passport – valid for at least 6 months after your date of return. If you do not have a passport, apply for it well in advance.

Temporary passports can be issued on short notice but they are not accepted by all foreign countries. Keep certified copies of your passport with you for identification purposes and in case you misplace your passport. Do not give your passport over to anyone except immigration officials or if requested to do so for reasons of identification.

Wazzup Zimbabwe

One thing is most certain though: travel with Greyhound and you’ll get there safely and economically!

So book with us today: You can do so online at www.greyhound.co.za or call us on 011 611 8000 | 087 352 0352, book at your nearest Greyhound and Citiliner terminal or at any of our trusted partners (Pick n Pay, Checkers, Shoprite, Makro, Game, Builders and Computicket).

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