"When travellers visit Matobo, they want to appreciate history of the Ndebele people, that’s where their legacy lives."
Peppered with stunning caves, rock art, and sacred hills and shrines, the Matobo Hills represent a blending of traditional Khoisan, Bantu and settler European values.
One of the most interesting life ♥️ forms in the Matobo Hills is lichen☘️, the vivid splashes of colour on exposed surfaces of the giant granite rocks is extra-ordinary.💥
5 - Hike and sundowners @ Rhodes grave 4 - Picnic at Mtshelele Dam 3 - Village Visit 2- Visit Silozwane Cave 1 - Track Rhino on foot Bonus - Stay at Matobo Hills Lodge.
* Inanke Cave * Pomongwe Cave * Silozwane Cave * Bambatha Cave * Nswatugi Cave * Gulabahwe Cave
Matobo Hills Lodge is an authentic Zimbabwe safari lodge located within the Matopos National Park. Getting to the Lodge from Bulawayo is fairly easy. You only have to make the choice to either drive or be driven. The 55 km journey from the city center of Bulawayo takes just less than an hour. As you […]
A safari crossover!
Recently, we had the pleasure of hosting Fungai Machirori. Fungai is a well-known Zimbabwean creative with a passion for writing and photography. Below, she describes her experience at Matobo Hills Lodge. On 30 July, I was ready to join other Zimbabweans in casting my vote in the harmonised and much-anticipated elections. After some time, I was […]
Results Of The Matobo Hills Quiz We ran a quiz testing your knowledge of the Matobo National Park. The Matobo Hills quiz was a huge success. Nearly 450 of you responded within the 48-hour time-frame for the competition. Interestingly enough, no one managed to get 100% of the questions correct. Still, congratulations to the winner, […]
Is it Matobo National Park or Matopos National Park? You have heard about Matobo National Park. Or is it Matopos National Park? We have shared so many pictures of this enchanting gallery of rocks and wildlife. In fact, we – and many others – have written several articles on it. We inform and remind you […]