Nyanga is known for its spectacular views with wonderful names: Worlds View, Honde View, Pungwe View and Mutarazi View. In Nyanga National Parks there is Mount Inyangani: the highest mountain in Zimbabwe, with a fairly easy climb, except when it rains.
History left its marks in the whole area. There are remnants of early settlers: forts, the so-called pit structures, all quite well documented in the Ziwa museum. Near Rhodes Nyanga Hotel there is a museum, telling the stories of Cecil Rhodes who left part of his legacy in Nyanga.
Main roads are excellent, but access to Nyanga National parks requires a 4 x 4, or a car with high clearance.
Go have tea and scones at Troutbeck resort, and warm yourself at the cosy fireplace, or something more challenging: try trout fishing in the crystal waters of the Pungwe river.