Author: Mike Cadman

The 171 km2 (66 miles2) park forms part of the Chimanimani Transfrontier Conservation Area which is shared with the Chimanimani Nature Reserve in Mozambique. Chimanimani National Park is located south of the border city of...

Located in the mountains of Zimbabwe’s Eastern Highlands the Nyanga National Park is a place of high peaks, clear cold streams, waterfalls, rainforest and rolling high-altitude grasslands. It lies about 82 km north of the...

Mana Pools N.P. lies in the broad, hot, valley of the Middle-Zambezi River, shielded by steep, wooded escarpment slopes to the south and also to the north in Zambia....

Matusadona, Zimbabwe’s fourth largest national park, lies on the southern shores of the giant Lake Kariba, the lake’s seemingly endless waters extending as far as the eye can see....

This remote 1980 km2 park sprawls from the southern lip of the steep Zambezi Escarpment across wild landscapes of deep river valleys, wetlands, and woodlands until it reaches the Busi River which forms its southern...

The Zambezi National Park has for years lived in the shadow of the Victoria Falls National Park, its justifiably famous neighbour, despite the two areas sharing some 56 000 hectares (110 000 acres) of unfenced,...