Intunjambili Wetlands Ecotourism Project
The wetland is located 40km South East of Bulawayo and the communities boarder with the Matobo National Park, a world Heritage site. Intunjambili wetland community consisting of 280 households. Visitors to Intunjambili can enjoy the scenic drive and views of the wetland from a huge rock outcrop overlooking the wetland. Several natural caves provide a unique picnic experience. Visitors can also fish on the dam and tour the villages and drive through the tranquil rural settings to the adjacent Matobo National Park.
Matshmbezi Valley Eco-Tourism Project
Based in Umzingwane, the centre offers genuine cultural and historical experience of the Ndebeles, ancient rock paintings, bird and wildlife viewing, camping sites and an opportunity to experience the life of local rural people.
Mwinji Eco-Tourism Project
Found in the heart of Binga, the center provides the greatest opportunity for those interested in wildlife and rare bird species viewing, leisure sport fishing, hot springs and the fantastic scenery beauty. The adjacent almighty Zambezi river also provides an opportunity for some boat cruises.
Bulawayo Home Industries
Bulawayo Municipality in partnership with Makokoba township, 60 weavers and ten spinners to produce a wide range of utilitarian baskets and embroidered linens. Tourists visit this center to buy crafts from locals.
Muzilikazi Art and Craft Center
Started in 1958, produces, through the hands of 30 skilled potters, a wide range of ceramics for the tables, vases and ornamental pieces for domestic use and direct sale to tourists.