Matusadona National Park, Zimbabwe

This pristine wilderness features a diverse landscape inhabited by species like elephant, buffalo and hippo.

Situated in northern Zimbabwe on the shores of Lake Kariba, Matusadona National Park comprises a large expanse of pristine wilderness characterised by flat grassy plains and dramatic rugged mountains. From the vast woody escarpment to the dense bush of the Zambezi valley floor, the park features a diverse range of landscapes inhabited by abundant wildlife species. These include, among others: elephant, cape buffalo, black rhinoceros, hippopotamus, crocodiles and an impressive variety of birdlife. Popular activities include boat cruises, walking safaris, tiger fishing, and camping at some of the park’s many small rustic bush camps.