Full Day Matopos
This Tour leaves Bulawayo at 9am to the Matobo Hills to view the Bushman Paintings, rock formations and scenery in the National Park during the morning. Also Visiting Rhodes Grave upon request. We then leave the National Park and enter the African Villages where we meet some of the local community and visit an African Village.

We find a suitable spot for lunch where fresh salads Cold Meat are laid out for self service. For the afternoon, we enter the Game Park where we track Rhino on foot with our guides, as well as looking for other game, and explore the different uses and medicinal value of the plant life.
We then return to Bulawayo.

Half Day Matopos
We leave either at 9am retuning lunch time or leaving at 2pm returning approximately at 7pm.  This tour will either visit the historical section of the park, IE: Bushman paintings, Rhodes Grave, Villages, or Rhino tracking in the Game Park

Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is the largest park in Zimbabwe, covering 14,500 sq kilometers, and is situated
almost halfway between Bulawayo and Victoria Falls. It is home to The Big Five as well as a tremendous
variety of plains game and birdlife. We offer a varierof game activities in Hwange National Park.
Recommended would be a full day Hwange tour or multiple day tours. Clients stay at Hwange Main
Camp and we then conduct the drives from there. Our special is a half day afternoon game drive
followed by a night drive after dinner, then an early morning drive.

Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage

Chipangali is a haven for wild animals which have little hope for survival in the wild – creatures which have been orphaned, abandoned, injured, born in captivity or
brought up unsuccessfully as pets. It is often the last refuge for those brought in sick or injured, and increasingly it is a sanctuary for confiscated animals. 
At Chipangali you can see an unusually wide variety of African animals and birds, including nocturnal species at close quarters. A visit at feeding time is very worthwhile!

The Orphanage has also developed captive breeding and research programme’s which are endorsed by international conservation bodies.

Khami Ruins

Khami is a mysterious and ancient place 22 Kilometers west of Bulawayo. Recent history identified it as
the capital of the Torwai state, when the Rosvi-Mambo dynasty was at its height in the 15th century. 
However the site has been inhabited for 400 years continually, making it one of the oldest in the world.
The second largest stone ruin in Zimbabwe, it spreads over hundreds of hectares, and is a listed Unesco
World Heritage Site the terraces and passages represent the finest examples of back filled stone
structures and display the best examples of stone patterns in the sub-Saharan Africa. Artefacts and relics,
some over 100 000 years old are displayed in the small museum at the site. Our Professional guide will
explain many interesting features and its history, making it a living monument.

​​Matopos National Park

The Matopos National Park contain some of the most majestic scenery in the world. The landscape has been sculpted out of millions of years of weathering resulting in great "Whaleback" Domes and castle-like formations. It is a place of ancestral spiritual significance, and has served as both a shrine and refuge through the centuries.

These hills have the largest concentration of Raptors (birds of prey) in the world in particular the majestic Black Eagle. The Matopos National Park that we visit encompasses the grave of Cecil John Rhodes and many fine examples of ancient rock paintings left by the San (Bushmen) People.

It is home to the endangered Black and White Rhinoceros, now closely guarded in an intensive conservation program, and the magnificent Sable antelope. Visitors have the opportunity not only to drive through the scenery but also the chance to horse back or walk among the hills with an experienced and knowledgeable guide.

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