Tshulu Tsha Nabe Country Lodge - Gweru offers an ideal bush experience located in the midst of msasa trees on a farm in Gweru. Gweru is a city near the centre of Zimbabwe, and is the fifth largest city in the nation.
In 1928, Gweru resident and pioneer widow Mrs Jean Boggie erected a memorial clock tower in memory of her late husband. The Boggie Clock Tower has become a landmark in Gweru. The city is also home to Thornhill Air Base, an airforce garrison, the Zimbabwe Military Museum, and the Antelope Game Park.
The lodge offers various accommodation options, including Family Rooms, Standard En-suite Rooms and camping and caravan facilities. All rooms feature en-suite bathrooms. There are also braai facilities available around the lodge and also in the campsites.
Other features include a communal television area and a restaurant, and self-catering options are available. Activities in the area include fishing, birding and walking trails.