MATOBO NATIONAL PARK
Southwest fo Zimbabwe
Matobo National Park is in southwest Zimbabwe and is a unique part of Zimbabwe. Famous for having over 3000 San Bushman rock paintings and breathtaking views from the Matobo Hills, this area is one of the best to visit for historical and cultural experiences throughout the year. Matobo National Park is among the destinations with the highest concentration of eagles, including black eagles, African hawk eagles, Wahlberg's eagles, and crowned eagles. Other birdlife includes purple crested louri, boulder chat and lanner falcons. Wildlife within the park includes antelopes, giraffes, zebras, and black-backed and side-stripped jackals. Matobo Hills are within a 30-minute drive of Bulawayo, with all camps and lodges offering airport transfers.
Amalinda Safari Lodge
Amalinda Safari Lodge is situated within the Matobo National Hills, in a private concession bordering the national park, and offers 9 en suite rooms. Guests can explore the Matobo area on foot, by vehicle, or by bicycle. Track rhinos in the Matobo Hills, visit the San Bushman cave paintings sites, climb to Cecil John Rhodes's world-famous tomb, enjoy a walking or cycling cultural village tour, or take a guided game drive. Apart from rhinos, guests can also expect to see antelopes, giraffes and zebras grazing in the region of the Matobo National Park.
Khayelitshe House is well positioned in the heart of Matobo Hills on the outskirts of the national park. Rocks surround this beautiful exclusive-use house and offers breathtaking views of Matobo's striking and unique landscape. Accommodation is in 4 luxurious fully furnished bedrooms with en suite facilities making this the perfect choice for families or friends travelling together.