Hwange National Park
Spanning over 14,650 square kilometres, Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe's largest national park with plentiful grasslands and mopane woods home to some of Africa's densest population of wildlife. Forming a natural border with Botswana's wild eastern frontiers and the Victoria Falls and Zambezi National Park to its north, Hwange is a discerning traveler's choice and a safari destination for impeccable game viewing away from the crowds.
Why Hwange National Park?
Teeming with wildlife, Hwange National Park is a haven for more than 100 mammal and 400 bird species, offering a safe refuge for all of Zimbabwe’s endangered wildlife, a huge population of elephants, African wild dogs, lions and buffaloes. Other animals that call Hwange home are the hyenas, leopards, cheetahs, wildebeest, giraffes, zebras, hippos and the occasional rhinos.