is a landlocked country about the size of California. It lies
between the Zambezi River in the North and the Limpopo River to
the south. The country shares borders with Mozambique, South
Africa, Botswana and Zambia.
FALLS NATIONAL PARK
Victoria Falls is the most famous destination in Zimbabwe and a
World Heritage Site.
Open to visitors throughout the year, the Park protects the south
and east bank of the Zambezi River. It covers 23.4 sq. km
extending about 6 km above the falls to about 12 km below the
falls. Known as both an adventure center and romantic getaway,
there is an excellent selection of things to see and do in
Victoria Falls, from walking to the viewpoints that run the length
of the falls to white-water rafting and bungee jumping. There are
canoe trips, river cruises, safaris and fishing trips available
and a large variety of accommodation.
Hwange is Zimbabwe's largest national park covering an area of
over 14,500 sq. kms located on the west, bordering with Botswana.
The park covers an area of over 14500 sq. km and is the country's
largest and premier game viewing area. The park has a large
variety of animals and over 400 bird species.
KARIBA & MATUSADONA NATIONAL PARK
This large man-made lake covers an area of over 6500 sq kms, and
was built to supply the country with hydro-electricity. Since its
completion in 1958, it has since developed into a wildlife area.
Matusadona National Park borders the lake.
This is Zimbabwe's second world heritage site and the park
stretches across 2000 sq. km of prime Zambezi river front. Aside
from game drives, this area is famous for its walking and canoe
safaris. This portion of the Zambezi Valley is a true wilderness
area with one of the highest dry-season concentrations of animals