Hwange National Park
Hwange National Park has a world-famous population of elephants, considered to be a global stronghold. It is a very large national park of over 14 000 square kilometres, only an hour south of Victoria Falls in the northwestern corner of Zimbabwe. It used to be a designated hunting ground for a chief, and was proclaimed a national park in 1929. Its name – Hwange – has evolved from Wankie, which was the name of a chief, and it is certainly one of the country’s most well known safari destinations.Enquire Now
It commonly features on an itinerary including the Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park, and Victoria Falls, as it offers a vastly different landscape at not such a distance away. There are some exceptional waterholes in Hwange, which are wildlife hotspots, and there are about 400 species of bird to be spotted all over from the Kalahari in the south, to the floodplains and granite boulders further north.