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Gosho Park, Marondera

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Gosho Park is a conservation area of approximately 340 hectares (840 acres; 3.4 km2) of land on the Springvale Estate (it is adjacent to Peterhouse Girls' School and Springvale House), situated in Mashonaland East, Zimbabwe. The park, named after Patrick Gosho and owned by the Peterhouse Group of Schools, is enclosed by a 2.3 metres (7.5 ft) game fence. The park is an area of Brachystegia woodland with two streams, their associated grasslands and rocky outcrops (some with Bushmen paintings). 237 species of birds have been recorded by the Mashonaland East Birding Group with a variety of Brachystegia species such as the spotted creeper, miombo and rufous-bellied tits. There are 72 species of trees in the area as recorded by the Tree Society.
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  • Visited with family in May 2017. The park, while not too large, has a range of animals from Giraffe to rooibok. There are typical granite outcroppings scattered through the park and the bus is in... 
    Visited with family in May 2017. The park, while not too large, has a range of animals from Giraffe to rooibok. There are typical granite outcroppings scattered through the park and the bus is in...  more »
  • Perfect for a sunday afternoon walk,trails well labeled so no worries you wont get lost at all.If you intend to drive around ask at the gate if your car is suitable gets muddy in some areas esp... 
    Perfect for a sunday afternoon walk,trails well labeled so no worries you wont get lost at all.If you intend to drive around ask at the gate if your car is suitable gets muddy in some areas esp...  more »
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  • A quite and serene park along Mutare road, just after Marondera. The area seems. Good for camp, although I was just there for a day out. You can see zebras, giraffes, wildebeest, impalas and rocks. There are some paintings as well. August may not be a good time if you are looking to see some water.
  • Beautiful, peaceful park which is children friendly. Reasonably priced..firewood is provided and be sure to carry your lighters and closed shoes for hiking.

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