Why Hwange National Park?
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Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park

Zimbabwe

What We Love
  1. Zimbabwe’s largest & most well-known safari destination
  2. Second-largest elephant population in the world
  3. Big 5 reserve with excellent predator sightings
  4. Game drives, night drives & walking safaris
  5. See rare animals – serval, civet cat, bat-eared fox, wild dog & black rhino
  6. Easily combines with Victoria Falls or Mana Pools

Why Hwange National Park?

Hwange National Park is not only the largest of Zimbabwe’s national parks but also the most well-known safari destination in the country.

Experience The 15,000 square km Big 5 reserve is home to the second-largest elephant population in the world after the Chobe National Park in Botswana. With 30,000 elephants & a host of predators such as lion, leopard & cheetah – Hwange has become one of Africa’s favourite wildlife reserves.

Some of Africa’s rarer animals such as serval, civet cat, bat-eared fox, African wild dog, black rhino as well as roan & sable antelopes can also be seen here during nocturnal night drives.

Hwange National Park boasts decent infrastructure & is easy to access from Victoria Falls, making this a popular choice for a Zimbabwe safari. Alternatively, travellers can also combine Hwange with the wild & rewarding Mana Pools National Park on the Zambezi River.

Activities A variety of safari activities are offered at Hwange National Park.

The highlight is usually exciting open 4x4 game drives with qualified guides - a wonderful chance to get close-up encounters with Africa’s wildlife.

Guests can also enjoy thrilling night drives where they will search for nocturnal animals with a spotlight & explore the bush on foot with expert trackers.

Hwange National Park is not only known to offer superb Big 5 game viewing, great predator sightings & large elephant herds, but guests can also expect to see massive herds of buffalo congregating around water sources during the dry winter months.

When To Travel The best time to travel to Hwange is during the dry winter months, from May to October, when wildlife congregates around the shallow pans & man-made waterholes making for excellent & reliable game viewing.

During the rainy season, from late November to April, dry pans fill up & the bush turns into a lush, green paradise. Bird watching is at its best during the wet, summer season.

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