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Parks & Attractions in Zimbabwe

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So appealing are her parks that Zimbabwe has even been voted amongst the world’s top 40 most beautiful destinations. The two UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Mana Pools and Victoria Falls are high up on the lists of those visiting Zimbabwe. Mana Pools is delightfully remote and game-rich thanks to its flood plains, whilst the mighty Victoria Falls is the world’s most expansive curtain of water and iconic sights, but below is a full list of the country’s main gems.

With a diverse array of attractions, most of which are within several hours’ drive of one another, Zimbabwe is a relatively easy destination to combine the key highlights, on either expert guide-led safari or self-drive. 

Top Parks & Attractions in Zimbabwe

PARKS AND ATTRACTIONS OF ZIMBABWE

Great Zimbabwe Ruins

Once the Capital of the Kingdom of Zimbabwe this once great city is now a designated World Heritage Site.

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Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is a prime conservation area with great wildlife including wild dog, lion, leopard and rhino although sometimes rare.

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Mana Pools National Park

Mana Pools National Park is a World Heritage Site with plentiful game during the dry season from June - October.

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Matobo Hills National Park

A small park of spectacular granite kopjes, Matobo Hills has caves and historic rock paintings by the local San Bushmen.

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Matusadona National Park and Lake Kariba

Huge crocs bathe on Lake Kariba's shoreline whilst Matusadona National Park is one of the last known wild sanctuaries of the rare black rhino.

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Victoria Falls

The thundering Victoria Falls are a must for anyone visiting Zimbabwe. Adventure activities are also in abundance.

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