Whether you prefer a picnic with your family, climbing a hill to new heights or just a gathering with friends, the Matobo area is abound with landmarks that offer experiences worth sharing.
A Safari with friends is nothing but epic adventure. However, travelling with your squad maybe fraught with tension. Here's How to Safari & Stay friends
YES you read that right. There is a right and wrong way to be a wildlife tourist.Riding elephants, walking with lions and taking photos WITH wild animals is simply unethical.
* Inanke Cave * Pomongwe Cave * Silozwane Cave * Bambatha Cave * Nswatugi Cave * Gulabahwe Cave
NO doubt - things are very tough - Zimbabwean people are suffering.
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, […]
Before jumping into what to consider when booking an African safari, did you know that safari is a Swahili term meaning, “a journey”? In the past, this journey usually involved a lot of trophy hunting. With certain wildlife facing the threat of extinction, thankfully, those days are just that. In the past. If you’re planning […]
PRESS RELEASE: Matobo Hills Lodge wins TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2018 We have been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor. For the 4th time in a row! Matobo Hills Lodge couldn’t be more delighted. Our Lodge continues to establish itself as a first-rate Zimbabwean tourist destination. We strive to ensure that Guest Happiness is […]
Matobo Hills is Listed in the 2018 World Monuments Watch Wondering why it is listed in the World Monuments Watch (WMF)? This natural landscape is threatened by several factors including deforestation. That is the reason why. The World Monuments Fund announced the List on 15 October 2017. The WMF is a private nonprofit organization founded in […]
A Quick Guide to the Matobo Hills Matobo Hills is a natural UNESCO World Heritage Site covering 44 500 Hectares of rugged land and some of the most spectacular granite scenery in the world.