Things to see in Zimbabwe: Matobo National Park
Established in 1953, this park just south of Bulawayo was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 2003. The terrain is littered with huge granite boulders piled on top of one another - striking rock formations that permeated the beliefs of the tribes who settled here.
Klipspringer, zebra and giraffe are common here, and black eagles thrive on a diet of rock hyrax.
One highly protected area is used to safeguard endangered black and white rhinos, and the grave of Cecil Rhodes is an obvious attraction.
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Little Makalolo, also a Wilderness property, has only six tented rooms, is built among teak trees… More
Makalolo Plains [HIGH]
Makalolo Plains is operated by Wilderness Safaris and situated on a private concession in the… More
Situated on a private concession beside the national park, the tented suites overlook a waterhole. … More
This camp nestles in a grove of acacia and mahogany trees on the western boundary of Mana Pools. … More
This charming, exclusive camp, located within Matobo National Park just outside Bulawayo. … More