Zimbabwe is home to about 8 national parks which include Zambezi national park, Mana pools national park, Chizarira national park, Hwange national parks, Matobo national park, Gonarezhou national park, Matusadona national park, Nyanga national park.
Famous safari destination in Zimbabwe
The country has two famous national parks that receive a number to travelers due to a lot of unique wildlife wonders is such as Hwange national park which is the largest national park that is situated in the north west corner of the country and Mana pools national park which is situated alongside Zambezi river in the north of Zimbabwe that travelers don’t like to miss out on safari holiday vacation.
Hwange national park, this is the popular largest national park and it is famous for the big populations of the elephants, it is a birders paradise with over 400 bird species, the park offers exciting wildlife game viewing experience and it is also known for its great and excellent accommodation facilities that offer exceptional comfort facilities and services while on your safari.
Mana pools national park, this is the second famous destination due to its strategic location where it borders river Zambezi. The park is rich in huge numbers of crocodiles, great population of elephants, hippos and buffaloes among other wildlife species. Due to this incredible wildlife that is easily spotted wit in the park , Mana pool national park offers fascinating and outstanding wildlife game viewing experience in addition to its great and wonderful lodges with excellent services and welcoming staff.
Victoria Falls, it is known as the largest waterfall in the entire world with a wide with of about 1708 meters and the length of 108 meters. It is one of the best destinations for sports water safari activities and is highly visited by a number of travelers throughout the year. Victoria Falls is as well rich in astounding and authentic accommodation hotels and camps which range from budget lodges, mid-range options to budget offers.
Lake Kariba and Matusadona national park, Lake Kariba is famously known as the largest man-made lake in the whole world and it is strategically situated on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia which covers an average total volume of about 185 cubic kilo meters and it is also a popular wildlife haven. Matusadona national park is known as a dignified mountainous national park with awesome accommodation that is situated within the park.
Matobo national park, this covers an areas of 3000 square kilometer and it takes up some areas of Matobo hills in about 424 square kilometers. The park is situated south of Zimbabwe and it is famous for the local caves which are chock-full painting and it is also popular rest place of king Mzilikazu and Cecil John Rhodes.
Gonarezhou national park this is the second largest national park and it is characterized by huge abundance of beautiful wildlife as well as elephants galore thus offering exceptional and exciting game activities and visiting the park gives travelers an opportunity to trek to chilojo cliffs.