Explore a world of rocks! Dominated by two billion year old granite hills, Matopos National Park is a fascinating place of natural beauty but also one with a historical significance. The incredible boulders panorama of World’s View is where the grave of Cecil John Rhodes is situated. It’s here where you can discover 3000 well-preserved rock paintings from as far back as the Stone Age – hence why it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This wildlife sanctuary offers 100 square kilometers of habitat for many wild specifics, including black and whito rhino, zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, leopard, hyena and antelope.


  • Wooded Valleys
  • Breathtaking Vantage Point
  • Game Viewing

 Things to do

Activities at Big Cave Camp

Day & night game drives, walking, bird watching and cultural excursions

Activities at Camp Amalinda

Day & night game drives and cultural excursions


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