SOUTH LUANGWA NATIONAL PARK

SOUTH LUANGWA NATIONAL PARK

From the outside, Africa may just look like any other country with wild animals running around. The reality is somewhat different. Featuring several types of habitats and more than 1000 species of animals, Africa is perhaps the best combination out there. One example of this is the South Luangwa National Park. According … Read more

MOSI-OA-TUNYA NATIONAL PARK

MOSI-OA-TUNYA NATIONAL PARK

  Mosi-ao-Tunya National Park is divided into two sections; a game park along the riverbank and the staggering Victoria Falls, each with separate entrances. The immense and awe-inspiring Victoria Falls are known to the local people as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ – Smoke Which Thunders’, and is the greatest known curtain of falling water. However … Read more

ADDO ELEPHANT NATIONAL PARK

Addo Elephant National Park

Lodges Addo Elephant Park was proclaimed in 1931, as a safeguard for the last 11 wild elephants roaming the area. It is now home to over 350 elephants and numerous other species. Addo Elephant Park was so successful that it started to get overcrowded, so surrounding land needed to be acquired. With … Read more

Gonarezhou National Park: The Place of Elephants

GONA-RE-ZHOU NATIONAL PARK

Are you planning a safari trip to Zimbabwe? Then you must visit the Gonarezhou National Park to have a complete experience of wildlife! Explore and appreciate Zimbabwe’s variety of flora and fauna in Gonarezhou National Park! Situated in south-eastern Zimbabwe near the remote corner of Masvingo Province and Mozambique border, it covers … Read more

Cape Peninsula National Park

CAPE PENINSULA NATIONAL PARK

The Cape Peninsula is the thin finger of land in the south-westernmost corner of Africa, with the city of Cape Town at its head. As you travel south towards Cape Point, the land gets narrower until it disappears into the ocean, with nothing beyond except Antarctica. The Cape Peninsula National Park is … Read more

get to Know Zimbabwe’s Largest National Park – Hwange National Park

HWANGE NATIONAL PARK

The Hwange National Park, also known as the Land of the Giants, and formerly known as Wankie Game Reserve, is considered as the largest natural reserve in Zimbabwe. It is situated between Victoria Falls and Bulawayo near to Dete. The national park’s name came after a local Nhanzwa chief. Founded in 1928, … Read more

Things to Know About the Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Park

HLUHLUWE UMFOLOZI NATIONAL PARK

The Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Park, formerly known as the Hluhluwe–Umfolozi Game Reserve, is considered the oldest proclaimed natural reserve in the entire African continent. It takes up 96000 hectares or 96 square kilometers in size—almost the same size as Netherlands Antilles and Hong Kong, which occupies 1104 square kilometers. The northern region of the … Read more

MANA POOLS NATIONAL PARK

MANA POOLS NATIONAL PARK

Located in northern Zimbabwe, Mana Pools National Park is a national park and wildlife conservation area that covers an area of 219,600 hectares. The Mana Pools National Park is known for creating a broad network of lakes after each rainy season since it is located in the lower Zambezi River region. As … Read more

MATOBO NATIONAL PARK

MATOBO NATIONAL PARK

  The extraordinary Matobo hills are full of hidden caves, sacred places and Bushman paintings. Archaeological digs have found artefacts over 35,000 years old. Today the hills are the spiritual home of the Matabele people and a visit to a local village will bring you up to date with present day tribal … Read more