Antelope Reserve Park
Known as one of Southern Africa’s Most Intriguing Destinations, and winners of the "Environmental Award" at the 2013 AZTA Awards ceremony, Antelope Park is home to the world famous African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT).
Chizarira National Park
Set in the rugged, beautiful wilderness of the Zambezi Valley escarpment, Chizarira is one of Zimbabwe’s least known parks. The diverse range of habitats found within Chizarira contributes to the wide range of animals and plants that live here.
Hangwe National Park
Hwange is Zimbabwe’s largest national park – a spectacular 4,600 square miles forming the northeast border of the Kalahari Desert of Botswana. The park is famous for its huge herds of elephant and buffalo.
Mana Pools National Park
Mana Pools National Park lies in a remote, unspoiled area which stretches 200 miles to the Mozambique border. The spectacular wildlife area of the Zambezi Valley is one of the few remaining regions still unchanged by modern man.
Matobo National Park
Hundreds of hills supporting thousands of precariously balanced rocks give the 170 square mile Matobo National Park one of the most unusual landscapes in Africa. The region was inhabited by nomadic hunters 20,000 years ago who left a legacy of rock paintings.
Matusadona + Lake Kariba
Studded with islands, fringed by mountains and set aglow by spectacular sunsets, this inland sea has a rare solitary beauty. With the damming of the Zambezi River in the 1950’s and the subsequent flooding of the Zambezi Valley, Lake Kariba was formed.
Gonarezhou National Park
There are three main areas to explore: the Nossop River valley, along the South Africa/Botswana border, the wilderness trails on the Botswana side, and what was once the Mabuasehube Game Reserve, now incorporated into KTP at its most northeastern reaches.
Kyle National Park
Kyle Recreational Park (Now Lake Mutirikwe) is 16,900 hectares in extent of which 9,300 hectares are occupied by Lake Mutirikwi when it is full. The Park area is bounded on the north by the Beza Range.
Mosi Oa Tunya National Park
Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park ("The Smoke Which Thunders"), is an UNESCO World Heritage site that is home to one half of the Mosi-oa-Tunya, known worldwide as Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River.