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Zimbabwe National Parks

In addition to some of the best animal safaris, the Zimbabwe National Parks provide a lot of wildlife, breathtaking scenery, and other natural features.

Here’s Gazelle Safaris Africa’s list of must-visit Zimbabwe National Parks to help you plan your Zimbabwe Safaris.

Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is the largest and most well-known of Zimbabwe's national parks. This top Zimbabwe destination boasts of diverse wildlife species and a big population of the Big Five game animals - the lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and buffalo.

Victoria Falls National Park

Explore the best of Zimbabwe Safaris as you marvel at the magnificent Victoria Falls in this park. Go on game drives and walking safaris where you have the chance to see elephants, Cape buffalos, southern white rhinoceros, hippopotamuses, eland, and a variety of other antelope groups.

Mana Pools National Park

The Zambezi river flows through this park creating scenic water pools that give the area their name, Mana Pools. The park boasts a sizable elephant and buffalo population.

Zambezi National Park

Although one of the tiniest national parks in Zimbabwe, it is also among the most beautiful game reserves. The park is home to the beautiful Zambezi River, where visitors can spot crocodiles and the majestic African hippo.

Matobo National Park

Enjoy this amazing Zimbabwe Destination that serves as a game park and a heritage place for Zimbabweans at the same time. The park is one of the few Zimbabwe National Parks where you can go on a self-drive trip.

Unparalleled wildlife watching and rich cultural heritage are gifts to the vibrant and stunning nation of Zimbabwe. With our affordable, custom Zimbabwe safari packages, you may take advantage of the best Zimbabwean safari experiences. To learn more and to receive the finest alternative to discover the Zimbabwe Travel Guide, go to Gazelle Safaris Africa.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Zimbabwe is an excellent destination for safari enthusiasts. It boasts several world-renowned national parks, such as Hwange National Park and Mana Pools National Park, which offer incredible wildlife viewing opportunities and breathtaking landscapes.

The best time for a safari in Zimbabwe is during the dry season, which typically runs from May to October. This period provides optimal game viewing conditions as animals gather around water sources, making them easier to spot.

Visa requirements for Zimbabwe vary depending on your nationality. It's advisable to check with the nearest Zimbabwean embassy or consulate or visit the official website of the Zimbabwean immigration department to determine the specific visa requirements for your country of residence.

Zimbabwe offers a range of accommodation options for safari-goers, catering to different budgets and preferences. There are luxury lodges, tented camps, and bush camps located within or near national parks.

The official currency of Zimbabwe is the Zimbabwean dollar (ZWL). However, it's worth noting that Zimbabwe has experienced currency fluctuations in recent years. It's advisable to carry a combination of US dollars (in small denominations) and local currency. US dollars are widely accepted, especially in tourist areas, and it's essential to have enough cash on hand as ATMs may not always be reliable.

Zimbabwe has made significant progress in terms of safety and security in recent years. Tourists generally have positive experiences when visiting Zimbabwe, especially in popular tourist destinations. However, like any travel destination, it's important to take necessary precautions. It's recommended to stay informed about the current situation, follow local guidelines, avoid walking alone at night, and secure your belongings.

Zimbabwe has multiple official languages. The most widely spoken language is Shona, followed by Ndebele. English is also an official language and is commonly used for business, education, and government affairs.

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