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Matobo National Park
Matobo National Park
Matobo National Park
Matobo National Park

Matobo, joked King Mzilikazi, is translated as Bald Heads

You can discover the fascinating rock art created several years ago...

...and enjoy the views from the ‘World’s View’.

The national park is also one of the best places in the country to see Rhino.

Matobo National Park

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Dotted with rocky outcrops or 'kopjes' the scenery of The Matobos is quite unique...
...and really impressive
It's one of the best areas in the country to see rhino...
...as well as having the highest concentration of black eagles anywhere in the world
This is a national park of huge historical interest, containing ancient bushman rock art...
...incredible in its detail and very well preserved
Archeologists have also discovered clay grain stores, constructed hundreds of years ago...
...and more recently it was designated as the last resting place of Cecil John Rhodes
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Dotted with rocky outcrops or 'kopjes' the scenery of The Matobos is quite unique...
Dotted with rocky outcrops or 'kopjes' the scenery of The Matobos is quite unique...
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...and really impressive
...and really impressive
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It's one of the best areas in the country to see rhino...
It's one of the best areas in the country to see rhino...
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...as well as having the highest concentration of black eagles anywhere in the world
...as well as having the highest concentration of black eagles anywhere in the world
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This is a national park of huge historical interest, containing ancient bushman rock art...
This is a national park of huge historical interest, containing ancient bushman rock art...
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...incredible in its detail and very well preserved
...incredible in its detail and very well preserved
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Archeologists have also discovered clay grain stores, constructed hundreds of years ago...
Archeologists have also discovered clay grain stores, constructed hundreds of years ago...
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...and more recently it was designated as the last resting place of Cecil John Rhodes
...and more recently it was designated as the last resting place of Cecil John Rhodes
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Safaris visiting Matobo

Just ideas, we'll always tailor-make a trip for you


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Ground Hornbill Safari

9 days • 3 locations
VICTORIA FALLS AIRPORT TO BULAWAYO AIRPORT

This Zimbabwean odyssey explores Hwange National Park from two small camps, renowned for their great guiding, before ending with insights into cultural history, a little luxury and first-class rhino tracking in the Matobo Hills.

US$4,940 - US$7,520 per person

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Klipspringer Safari

8 days • 3 locations
VICTORIA FALLS AIRPORT TO BULAWAYO AIRPORT

An outstanding-value Zimbabwe safari exploring Victoria Falls and two contrasting locations in western Zimbabwe – Hwange and the Matobo Hills – giving you a real feel for Zimbabwe, its people and wildlife.

US$2,770 - US$3,320 per person

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Where to stay in Matobo

Our suggestions for safari camps in Matobo National Park


Amalinda Lodge

Amalinda Lodge

Imaginatively built into the massive granite kopjes of the Matobo Hills, Amalinda offers unique scenery, layered with history, and rhino tracking.


96% (36 reviews)
Big Cave Camp

Big Cave Camp

Located on the top of a granite whaleback, Big Cave makes a simple base from which to explore Matobo Hills National Park.


80% (1 review)
Khayelitshe House

Khayelitshe House

In a private reserve bordering the Matobo National Park, Khayelitshe House is an exclusive private house in a remote & less visited area of Zimbabwe.


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