Experience the real African wildness! The vast expanse of Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe is part of the The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, along with South Africa’s Kruger National Park and Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park. The park has some of the most rugged and gorgeous landscapes in southern Africa, and features like incised sandstone Chilojo Cliffs, rocky basalt gorges, extensive Mopane woodlands, riverine floodplains and wide sweeping sand rivers, only add to its beauty. Except for rhinos, the park is a superb place to see the African Big Five with some of the largest-tusked elephants, during your walking tours and game drives.
Game drives accompanied by trained and armed game scouts will give you an intimate wilderness experience driving among freely roaming wildlife. Wild dogs, rhinos, cheetahs, leopards and zebras grace the forests with their presence. Bird sounds musically punctuate the stillness and quiet of the forests. Grasslands and vast woodlands display an array of exotic flora and fauna. Trek down the vast lands tracking fresh trails of wild game into the deep forests. Take late evening boating safaris watching the crocodiles and hippos and they emerge from the deep waters. Spot lit game drives usher you to the magnificence of nocturnal game life.
Activities at Gonarezhou Bush Camp
Be a part of the wilderness experience at Gonarezhou with thrilling game drives, and seek the adventure of sighting the abundant elephants, waterbucks, nyala, kudu, hippos, and jackals, as well as the odd leopard and lion on occasion. Ant Kaschula, a wildlife enthusiast, professional guide, and amazing host will take you on the perfect trail to explore the national park. A carcass lying around may be a testament to the prolific nocturnal activities that took place you while you were sleeping peacefully. While capturing the scenic beauty of rocky hills around you, you have a chance of seeing the wild animals, and also a chance to learn about the fine balance of nature.