Zimbabwe Parks and Reserves

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A country of wild and remote wilderness areas, Zimbabwe offers guests the opportunity for an authentic and exhilarating wildlife adventure, away from large scale tourism.  With it’s national parks, wildlife conservation areas & world heritage sites, including the awe inspiring Victoria Falls,  Zimbabwe is a jewel in the crown of Africa’s safari destinations. It also fits perfectly with Botswana and Zambia, for a truly thrilling safari experience.


Hwange National Park

Hwange is the largest & most well-known National Park in Zimbabwe, covering more than 14,600 kmsq and offers an incredible wildlife experience as well as a large variety of birdlife.  It is most well known for large concentrations of Elephant, especially  during the dry season when huge numbers congregate around the waterholes.  Lions, Cheetah, Buffalo are also common to view and visitors may also catch sight of the elusive leopard or rhino during their visit.

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Mana Pools

Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe is a UNESCO World Heritage site offering an exhilarating and rewarding wildlife safari experience.   Located in the north of Zimbabwe, on the southern banks of the mighty Zambezi River, Mana Pools is one of the world’s wildest and best preserved natural ecological areas.

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Zambezi National Park

With it’s dense concentration of wildlife, Zambezi National Park is home to Lion, Leopard, Elephant and Buffalo as well as over 400 species of birds and is teaming with Hippos and Crocodile.  This small park covers an area of 23.4kmsq along the Zambezi River, with Zambezian and Mopane woodlands inland.

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Victoria Falls

Forming a natural border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls is one of the world’s largest waterfalls at 1.7 kms wide and with a height of 354 ft, resulting in the world’s largest sheet of falling water, an awe-inspiring sight to behold.  This natural wonder, also known as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ or ‘The smoke that thunders’, is a UNESCO World Heritage site.



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Lake Kariba

Covering an area of 5200 kmsq, Lake Kariba was formed in the late 1950s by damming the Zambezi River in the Kariba Gorge and remains today as one of the worlds largest man made lakes.  The lake is located along the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, and is home to many species of fish, wildlife and birdlife.


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