Matusadona National Park Overview
On the southern shore of Lake Kariba, Matusadona National Park is one of the prominent places in Zimbabwe.  In 1975, it was declared a National Park on lines of Parks & Wildlife Act of Rhodesia. It covers an area of 540 miles and is home to a variety of flora and fauna like Lion,  Elephant, Buffalo, Waterbuck and Impala.

Matusadona National Park also has a compelling number of bird species. There was a time when several Black Rhinos used to reside here but rampant poaching eliminated their population. However, efforts are made to re-instill the indigenous wildlife to sustainable tourism.

Location: Zimbabwe

Timing: 9 AM- 3 PM
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