RAINBOW Tourism Group, the trendsetter in unique African hospitality are geared up and well positioned to warmly welcome soccer enthusiasts and visitors that are expected to throng the many stadia of South Africa this June for the Confederations Cup.
On their anticipated forays into the region to explore some of Africaâ€™s best tourism attractions that include the Mighty Victoria Falls and the Great Zimbabwe, visitors to the soccer showcase will enrich their total tour experience by experiencing the Groupâ€™s Unique African hospitality.
With its unique and versatile combination of hotels, resorts, lodges and Zimbabweâ€™s leading and only ISO certified destination management company, no one is even more ready than RTG.
Rainbow Towers, the groupâ€™s flagship hotel is a five star extraordinaire in that it is an award winning hotel that towers well above all the other hotels in city of Harare giving guests exceptional and vintage aerial views of the Sunshine city. The hotelâ€™ Komba Hari Restaurant famed for the best teppan yaki cuisine in Zimbabwe also recently won the national award for the Best Hotel-based Restaurant. The well apportioned and generously spacious rooms provide a comfortable and luxurious rest.
For visitors that are going to visit the Victoria Falls, they can be rest assured to experience the marvels of nature and stay comfortably either at the Victoria Falls Rainbow or the at the Aâ€™ Zambezi River Lodge. June is one of the best times to visit Victoria Falls as the Falls will be at full flow showing off a wide curtain of spray that can be seen from atop the Victoria Falls Rainbow Hotel. Â
On the other hand, the award winning Aâ€™ Zambezi River Lodge is the only hotel in Victoria Falls that lies on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River giving visitors the distinguished spectacle of splendid river life and activity.
The groupâ€™s city hotels renowned for their attention to detail and exceptional cuisine include Bulawayo Rainbow Hotel, Kadoma Hotel and Conference Centre, one of Zimbabweâ€™s leading conference venues and Ambassador Hotel in the heart of Harare.
The groupâ€™s Touch the Wild Lodges and Safaris division, with lodges in Masvingo, Hwange and Matobo will take visitors into the depth of the wild and yet still afford them luxurious accommodation and sumptuous meals.
To experience all that the country and the region has to offer this June for the Confederations Cup, the FIFA 2010 World Cup and beyond, Tourism Service Zimbabwe ensures seamless and fluid transfers, accommodation booking and activity provision.
Visitors to the Confederations Cup in South Africa who intend to proceed to Zimbabwe to explore the countryâ€™s infinite tourism attractions will also find it highly convenient to enquire more about Rainbow Tourism Groupâ€™s services or even book at the Groupâ€™s South African office in Johannesburg.