An unsung highlight of Zimbabwe, Matobo National Park is famed for the Matobo Hills where kopjes - red-tinged rocks balanced precariously one on top of the other - dominate the landscape. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the granite scenery is home to significant populations of the endangered white and black rhino and black eagles which swoop through the open skies. You won’t find lion or elephant here, instead you’re free to roam the hills and discover the rich human history dating back over 2,000 years with examples of ancient San rock art marking the caves. An excellent stopover point between Hwange and Victoria Falls, speak to our Africa
Travel Specialists about adding a few nights in Matoba National Park to your Zimbabwe itinerary.