Boulton Atlantica Centre

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Boulton Atlantica Centre Overview and Attractions

A beautiful, peaceful, comfortable and affordable facility for events and wildlife education surrounded by beautiful miombo trees.

25km from Harare towards Norton, turn right after snake world,Gravel Road 1km

For Central reservations:

Telephone Details

WhatsApp: +263 776 134 164

Calls: +263 242 706077/8 or  +263 8677 707627

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Featured Attractions

A beautiful, peaceful, comfortable and affordable facility for events and wildlife education  surrounded by beautiful miombo trees.


No accommodation facilities

Park Fees

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(Day  Visitors – Internationals)

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Boulton Atlantica 30.00 20.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00

Picnic   –      TBA

Conference –    TBA

Wedding Venue –       TBA


Air conditioned conference room, Wi-Fi, pleasant view & clean air.

How to get there

Drive for 25km out of Harare along the Harare- Bulawayo road and turn right just after snake world and drive for 800m to the main gate


Road , salon vehicles



  • Nothing does it better than a picnic in a calm and refreshing environment.


  • For a perfect garden wedding with the birds singing along all you can say is “I Do”.


  • Thinking is made easier in a breath taking atmosphere at Boulton Atlantica.

Wildlife education

  • Kids learn about the big and small game, the birds of Africa and the aquatic species found in Zimbabwe.

What to take with you

  •  Camera and binoculars may also be handy for your adventure.

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Contact Details

Boulton (Cellphone)                                                              +263 787 232 404

Tafara Dhlembeu – Business Enterprise Manager           +263 773 461 704

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Zimparks guns down hippo in Nyanyadzi

August 31, 2017August 31, 2017
Inset from Zimpapers. THE Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority last week shot dead a hippopotamus that was damaging winter wheat in Nyanyadzi. The hippo, which had a calf, is believed to have escaped from Save Conservancy. ZPWMA ordered the shooting of the hippos after traditional leaders in the area reported that it was damaging crops and endangering lives. ZPWMA officer, Mr John Danfa, said they were still hunting for the calf which is believed to have found habitat along Save River. “Usually hippos move up and down rivers during the rainy season. We believe the two escaped from Save Valley Conservancy. They were both females and they do not usually click if there is no male. “They are believed to have separated. We received reports from traditional leaders in Hot Springs and Nyanyadzi that these hippos were feeding on wheat and crops in their fields.” “People’s lives were endangered so the authorities ordered its killing. The first time we attempted to kill it, it was in the company of so many cattle and could not do anything. Our officer teamed up with villagers to track it until last week when it was shot down in Nyanyadzi”. The officer is said to have fired 12 shots before the hippo died. The meat was shared by villagers. One of the villagers in Dirikwe village, Mr Tapiwa Munyati, said: “This hippo was becoming a threat to human lives in the area. It was being spotted near homes at night. “There are vegetable gardens along one of Save River’s tributaries where it was being spotted.“We were told that hippos do not like light and the danger was that lives would have been lost.” “A villager survived death by a whisker recently when the hippo strayed into his homestead.“He went out of his house to investigate when his dogs were barking. He had a torch and the hippo advanced towards him. “Fortunately he managed to escape the attack and notified other villagers and the village head. We are appealing to the responsible authorities to make sure that the remaining one is also killed,” said Mr Munyati.