Zimbabwe National Parks

Hwange

Zimbabwe

Hwange National Park in Western Zimbabwe is the largest natural reserve in Zimbabwe and the third largest in Africa. With an area of 14,600km², its sheer size means that its scenery, vegetation and game vary hugely, ranging from the semi-desert scrub on the edge of the Kalahari in the south to forests, granite hills and valleys of mopane woodlands in the north.

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Mana Pools

Zimbabwe

Mana Pools National Park in northern Zimbabwe is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it was inscribed, in 1984, in conjunction with Sapi Safari Area and Chewore Safari Area. The 219,600 ha (2,600 km squared) wildlife conservation area is a region of the Lower Zambezi River. 

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Matobo Hills

Zimbabwe

The Matobo Hills are located to the south of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second largest city. The area covers about 3,000km2 in total, of which about 400km2 is protected by the Matobo Hills National Park. 

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