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Rolling boulders

Views: 106 Visited: May 2016 Reviewed: Oct 25, 2018

Matopos National Park is unique in its own way; it is not a place to go game-viewing as there is only a hand full of animal species around, but it is a place for more of a spiritual (by spiritual I refer to the history that lies in each boulder) real experience.

Being home to the late San people, each cave has a story to tell with the incredible cave paintings - I highly recommend going with a guide to visit the various caves as the local... read more

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Ele-phantastic!!!

Views: 180 Visited: Aug 2017 Reviewed: Oct 29, 2018

The term Place of Elephants comes to mind when I think of Hwange National Park
I have been to Hwange numerous times, during different times of the year, and elephants are always a guarantee, especially in the month of August.

The highlight of each afternoon game drive is sitting at the Nyamndlovu Watering Hole at sunset sipping on an ice cold G&T waiting in anticipation for the elephants to come drink; out of nowhere hundreds and hundred... read more

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Always Something To See!

Views: 236 Visited: Oct 2017 Reviewed: Nov 05, 2018

Hwange National Park itself is a beautiful area - so beautiful that you can get lost in the scenery and not realize you have been bouncing about in the back of a game view for hours in search of various game and birds.

There is ALWAYS something to see in HNP, from the massive herds of buffalo & elephant gathered around the waterholes in the late afternoon, to the prides of lion with their cubs playing on the roads in the early morning, to t... read more

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