Gonarezhou, meaning “place of many elephants”, is the second largest national park in Zimbabwe, yet remains largely undiscovered by the outside world. Rugged and untamed, Gonarezhou is one of Africa’s last true wildernesses and is home to an incredible diversity of landscapes and wildlife, including elephants, lions, cheetahs, wild dogs and more. On this ‘off the beaten track’ safari, you will have the opportunity to explore the rarely visited parts of the park, camping by the dramatic red sandstone Chilojo Cliffs as you track wildlife alongside your dedicated professional guide.
What makes this trip extraordinary
- Camp out in the wilderness of Gonarezhou National Park
- Visit the many natural water pans in the park, providing excellent wildlife viewing opportunities
- Enjoy cultural visits to the local village and community projects
- Witness unique and dramatic natural landscapes, including the Chilojo Cliffs and Chivirira Falls
Bordering both Limpopo and Kruger National Parks, Gonarezhou is a vast area of unexplored wilderness.