Zimbabwe is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls, has some of the finest game viewing and is an incredibly beautiful country. Zimbabwe is also famous for its 13000 year old rock art and the ancient ruins of the ancient civilization of the Great Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe offers superb game viewing without the crowds, setting it apart from its south African neighbors and you are able to enjoy unguided walking experiences at Mana Pools, one of the few areas in Africa that allow this. Of course, it is highly recommended that you use a guide! Along with the game drives, Zimbabwe is one of the best countries for walking safaris and along with this it is one of the few countries where you can do canoe safaris along the Zambezi River, camping on remote islands along the way!
Zimbabwe is a Big 5 destination, a country where you can experience game viewing without the crowds, stay at exclusive unfenced camps, knowing you will be able to enjoy the peace and quiet of the bush!
Hwange National Park - Big 5
Is the largest park in Zimbabwe at 15000 square kilometers, located one hour south of Victoria Falls. Hwange has the biggest diversity of mammals (108) of all the national parks in the world. It is home to the Big 5 with approximately 50,000 elephants, large prides of lions, herds of buffalos and has an impressive variety of antelope including the Greater Kudu and Sable. Hwange has the largest population of African wild dogs in the world and is home to 400 species of birds. Hwange has the largest concentration of game, making it top for wild life viewing and with 482 km of game viewing roads, you don't run into too many tourists! The best game viewing months are may to August.
Hwange should be on every safari lovers bucket list
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