Caves, Rocks, Wildlife—and affordable luxury accommodation: everything comes together in Zimbabwe’s Oldest National Park.
If you and your family have a passion for history, culture and geography, put the Matobo Hills at the top of your vacation list.
10 Reasons to travel to Matobo National Park.✔️Getting there is easier than you think.✔️It will open your eyes.✔️You will create meaningful relationships.
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.💥
Do you know what it's like to hike up to Inanke Cave? The 12 km roundtrip through an untouched granite wilderness is NOT for the feeble nor the faint hearted.
A safari crossover!
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 […]
Matobo national Park is located around 34kms to the South of the city of Bulawayo. This green park was established in 1926 and is also the oldest national park in Zimbabwe. Matobo National Park teems with diverse plant, bird and animal species. It has over 200 tree species including mountain acacia, wild pear, paper bark tree […]
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.