The Matobo Hills are an extesive granite landscape, charactised by a sea of rocky peaks and undulating plains.Here's a look at only five prominent granite peaks in Matobo and the meaning behind their names.
"When travellers visit Matobo, they want to appreciate history of the Ndebele people, that’s where their legacy lives."
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.
10 nights and 11 days exploring the legendary and mysterious land of the Matabele, Zimbabwe
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.
Nearly one third of the world's 47 eagle species nest in the Matobo Hills.These birds of prey hunt and feed on small mammals, fish and reptiles.
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.💥
💯y 👉88 mammal species. - Rhino - Sable, Kudu, Klipspringer, - Rock dassie, Banded mongoose, elephant srew
* Inanke Cave * Pomongwe Cave * Silozwane Cave * Bambatha Cave * Nswatugi Cave * Gulabahwe Cave
Tourism has the potential to become the economic driver behind the recovery of Zimbabwe. Read our opinion on the current and future state of Zimbabwe tourism (and how to fix it)