Featuring truly enormous elephants and the world’s second-largest lake, the safari parks of Zimbabwe are breathtakingly good.
Hwange is Zimbabwe’s largest park, located in the north-west corner of the country.
Mana Pools is located in the north of Zimbabwe, alongside the beautiful Zambezi River.
Lake Kariba is located along the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia. With a total volume of 185 cubic km, it is one of the largest man-made lakes in the world!
Matobo National Park is situated in the south of Zimbabwe, beginning approximately 35 km from the city of Bulawayo. It comprises some 424 sq. km of Matobo Hills, an area of over 3,000 sq. km!
In the Shona language (widely spoken in Zimbabwe), the word ‘Gonarezhou’ means ‘place of many elephants’. Certainly, this national park boasts impressive herds of the beautiful animals, some with the largest tusks in the region!