Bus Tickets from Harare to Mutare


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Cheap bus tickets from Harare to Mutare online booking made easy. Mutare is Zimbabwe third biggest city and placed in the Manicaland province. It is beautifully placed within a bowl-like valley surrounded by mountains. The wonderful mountain range divides Mozambique and Zimbabwe, with the border just eight km away.

Mutare is extremely rich in Zimbabwean culture mainly the Shonas who offer endless tourist escapades. Despite Mutare tropical place, the city has temperature climate, this is due to its sheltered place against the mountain ridge.

Mutare is served by rail with daily passenger and freight links to the town of Harare, Rusape, and Nyazura. The key activities in the place are citrus farming, forestry and mining. Two big food producers in Zimbabwe, Tanganda Tea and Cairns Foods, have their headquarters in Mutare. Here is the guide on how to book bus from Harare to Mutare:

Cheap Bus Tickets from Harare to Mutare FAQs

Is there a direct bus between Mutare and Harrare?

Yes, there is a direct bus Harare to Mutare. Services depart once daily and run Friday, Wednesday, Sunday and Friday. The journey takes about 7h 55m.

What is the travel distance of Harare to Mutare by bus?

The travel distance of Harare to Mutare bus is 213 km.

How do I move from Harare to Mutare without a personal vehicle?

The top way to get from Harare to Mutare without a personal vehicle is bus and train which takes 7h 50m.

Can I drive from Harare to Mutare?

Yes, the driving distance bus from Harare to Mutare is 262 km. it takes about 2h 50m to drive from Harare to Mutare.

Bus from Harare to Mutare Tips

Activities in Mutare

Mutare has a big range of amazing resorts and facilities:

•    Mutare museum
•    Nyanga Mountains best for amazing game viewing, wonderful views, mountain climbing, horse riding and hiking.
•    National Gallery of Zimbabwe
•    Utopia House Museum dedicated to Kingsley Fairbridge