Matusadona National Park in the Northern Part of Zimbabwe is located opposite the famous Kariba dam wall.
Home to the last remnants of the world's Black Rhino population the park is an IPZ (Intensive Protection Zone). It is also home to a much more impressive elephant population.
There are myriad lodges in Matusadona as well as camping sites for different tastes.
Explore the hidden springs further into the Park, watch the majestic elephant bulls on the shoreline and keep your eyes peeled for the resident lion prides and cheetah.
Matusadona is a gem, maybe even more exceptional by the privacy available in the small creeks and inlets on her vast shoreline.
Victoria Falls is one of the seven natural wonders of the world is also home to the adrenaline capital of the world! Big names such as the Bear Grylls Survival Course, white water rafting on the mighty Zambezi with Adventure Zone.
The Stanley and Livingstone is home to a growing Black Rhino population and is one of the best places in the word to see them.
Victoria Falls is a must to visit after visiting the Kariba Conservation Programme. We can facilitate your trip for you and will leave you in safe hands for the rest of your trip to Zimbabwe.
Kariba houseboat holidays are holidays of a lifetime. Feel the breeze take the heat away as the cruiser meanders between islands and chosen points on the Matusadona shore. Most cruisers have small paddling pools on board where you can sip your 'sundowner' while watching the game slaking their thirsts on the shoreline.
Tiger fishing is a major sport in Zimbabwe and we will guide you towards landing your first fighting predator fish.
Game cruisers into the inlets and narrows are perfect for bird and macro photography with opportunities to leave the boat under the watchful eye of your guide.
Hwange National Park in the North East of the country is Zimbabwe's signature park.
It is set in an arid region and will be part of the greater Kaza Transfrontier peace park with four other Southern African countries.
The border with Botswana's Chobe national park is relatively porous to allow for the elephant population to follow their migratory routes which carry on through the Chizarira National Park and into Matusadona.
There is an annual game count in Hwange where visitors are assigned watering points throughout the Park helping to ascertain the state of biodiversity within Hwange.
Matusadona National Park
Hwange National Park