Tshabalala is situated about 10 km from the city centre on the Matopos Road. It is a wildlife sanctuary of thorny bushveld and hosts a variety of birdlife and wildlife. Some of them include guinea fowl, francolins, giraffe, zebra, warthog, impala, tsessebe and other smaller antelope, and many species of wild birds and waterfowl. Recently Lions where introduced there Visitors are allowed to leave their … Continue reading Tshabalala Game Sanctuary
One of the most prominent and enduring natural features of Gonarezhou National Park is the beautiful Chilojo Cliffs. These magnificent red sandstone cliffs have been formed through eons of erosion and overlook the scenic Runde River valley. Continue reading Chilojo Cliffs
Zimbabwe National Parks offer a unique wilderness experience especially if you love adventure and exploration. The Parks feature over 100 species of mammals , 400 bird species and approximately 1000 trees and shrub species. Namely these National Parks are 🌝 Chimanimani NP 🌝 Chizarira NP 🌝 Gonarezhou NP 🌝 Hwange NP 🌝 Kazuma Pan NP 🌝 Manapools NP 🌝 Matobo NP 🌝 Mutusadona NP 🌝 … Continue reading Are you a Safari enthusiast ?
Is a natural holiday destination, which offers you incredible peace and joy . Compromises of Vumba ,Nyanga and Chimanimani mountain ranges. The early morning crisp air is bound to rejuvenate you while you are relaxing watching morning sunlight gently filter through the foliage, glinting off emerald leaves and over dew dripping grass. Eastern Highlands is Zimbabwe’s own garden of Eden Continue reading Eastern Highlands
Mana Pools National Park , together with the Sapi and Chewore Safari Areas , forms the core of a substantial conservation area and Unesco World Heritage Site. It’s wilderness at its best that is why in 2010 the entire region , from Lake Kariba , Mutusadona National Park and Manapools ,was declared a Unesco Biosphere Reserve . Mana is said to mean “four” in the Shona … Continue reading Manapools National Park – A world Heritage Site
Located in one of the Zimbabwe most scenic areas , Nyanga NP covers 47 000 hectares with rolling green hills , pine forests and rivers at between 1800 and 2600 metres. It offers stunning views , waterfalls and unique flora and fauna. Attractions include -2593 Mount Nyangani -Gungwe Gorge -The stone work at Nyangwe and Chawomera Forts -Trout hatchery -The Rhodes Museum -Mutarazi Falls ( … Continue reading Nyanga National Park
At 14500 Sq. Kms, Hwange National Park is the largest game park in Zimbabwe .It’s situated in the northern -western corner of Zimbabwe , about 200 km south of Victoria Falls and 250km north west of Bulawayo. Hwange is renowned for the showcase of Africa wildlife ,with one of the largest elephant populations in the world as well as multitudinous antelopes ,zebras , buffaloes and … Continue reading Hwange National Park