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.
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]