Matobo National Park, Bulawayo

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A World Heritage Site lying deep in the wooded valleys of southern Zimbabwe, Matobo National Park provides a treasure trove of natural wonders. Divided into the game and recreational sections, the park is famed for its naturally formed granite rock formations. Explore the area on safari to spot the critically endangered black and white rhinos and black eagles. Campsites and lodges are available for visitors interested in extending their stay. Arrange to visit Matobo National Park and other attractions in Bulawayo using our Bulawayo trip website.
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  • Entrance to the park very steep.We still remember driving through the park on a very hot day. Saw some game-no rhino.though. Entrance fee to climb the kopje to Rhode ‘s grave rather steep. Ah, well...  more »
  • There are things found here that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. 1. Black eagles. There is the greatest concentration of black eagles here found anywhere in the world. 2.there are...  more »
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  • The granite formations are some of the most beautiful in the world, differently worth a stop. You will see some white rhino and if you go with a company that specializes in rhino tracking you can see some black rhino.
  • The home of balanced beautiful rocks.. it is a refreshing place

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