Matopos National Park
The Matopos National Park, known by many as the Matobo National Park, is one of Southern Zimbabwe’s most beautiful and popular regions. Just 35 km south of Bulawayo, this National Park in Africa is easily accessed and a true gem to be explored. Made up of rolling hills, thick bush, granite rock formations and an abundance of wildlife, Motopas is without a doubt a truly enchanting piece of Africa.
National Parks in Zimbabwe have worked hard over the years to preserve their wildlife and beautiful landscape. Motobo is just one of the examples of where they have succeeded; today guests can visit the Motopas National Park and enjoy the unique Zimbabwean landscape and charming bush. The hills of the Motopas hills were formed over 2 million years ago and span over 21 square kilometres of river valleys and rolling hills. Here, you’ll find over 200 tree species, 100 grass species, 175 birds and 88 mammals. It’s important to wear long trousers and closed shoes while visiting as there are also 39 types of snakes.
Nomad Tours will make sure that you get to experience and see the best of what the park has to offer. Walking tours, canoeing, game viewing, drives and picnics are among the most popular activities, however you can also go boating here, fishing and horse-riding. Spend an evening soaking in the tranquil atmosphere and listening to the sounds of the surrounding wildlife.
Tours Including Matopos National Park