A magnet for wildlife
Hwange National Park

Sharing a border with Botswana, Hwange National Park has varying scenery and terrain, ranging from the semi-desert scrub on the edge of the Kalahari in the south, to forests, granite hills and valleys of mopane woodlands in the north. The national park is home to over 100 mammal species including lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and sable antelope, and is also known for its large population of elephants. The best time to visit is during the dry season from July to October when large densities of wildlife congregate around the park's watering holes. The Makalolo concession within Hwange National Park is a truly wild area where animals continue to trek their ancient migratory routes.