Hwange National Park
Arguably southern Africa’s greatest wilderness haven, Hwange is Zimbabwe’s flagship national park and has been designated as a protected area to conserve wildlife in its natural habitat. With a land area of more than 14,000 square kilometers, Hwange boasts over 100 different species of animal and 400 species of bird—a concentration that makes this national park one of the finest in the world.
With plentiful game, unspoiled bush, and excellent private guides, Hwange National Park resembles what much of the interior of Africa was like more than 150 years ago.
Almost all of Zimbabwe’s specially protected animals can be found in Hwange. Here, Zimbabwe safari tour visitors can witness wildlife that includes a plethora of birds, roan, sable antelope, gemsbok, brown hyena, and the largest surviving population of wild dog in Africa.
There is no better time than now to embark on a Zimbabwe safari vacation to enjoy the warmth of the campfire at night in Hwange, with its captivating natural surroundings unspoiled by tourism and full of wild game.
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