Rhino tracking of the endangered black and white rhinos in Matobo Hills. This is a once in a lifetime experience, on foot with an armed ranger and getting up close and personal with this critically endangered African mammal. Visit the scenic hills of the Matobo steeped in tribal history, the ancient mystery of the San people and dramatic granite rock landscapes. This classic Zimbabwe safari area has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site for good reason.
The Matobo Hills area is one of exquisite beauty, steeped in tribal traditions and history, ancient mystery and dramatic rock formations. The Matobo National Park has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to both black and white rhinos, sable antelope and the world’s densest population of leopard. Birdlife is prolific and includes the highest concentration of black eagles in the world. Once the home of the ancient San People, this area contains the richest source of the rock art found anywhere on the continent.
Not only is it here that the Ndebele people buried their great king, Mzilikazi, but Cecil John Rhodes was also laid to rest on the “Hill of the Benevolent Spirit” or “Worlds View” as named by him. We visit the Matobo National Park, Rhodes grave and participate in a game drive including Rhino Tracking.
Explore and enjoy the diversity of the three most popular and spectacular areas – Matobos, Hwange and Victoria Falls in search of Rhinos in Zimbabwe. See the exquisite beauty of the granite kopjes, the raw wilderness of Hwange National Park, the spectacular spray of the Victoria Falls.
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