Hwange National Park In Zimbabwe

With a total area of 14,650 square kilometers, Hwange National Park is the biggest national park in Zimbabwe. Famous for its abundance of wildlife, including the “Big Five,” it is a popular safari destination. In particular, Hwange National Park is well-known for its elephant population and its robust population of wild dogs, both of which are safeguarded thanks to an effective conservation effort.

Hwange National Park is located in northwest Zimbabwe, near the tiny town of Dete, on the major highway between Bulawayo and the world-famous Victoria Falls. Most visitors combine a Big 5 safari trip to Hwange National Park with an exhilarating tour of Victoria Falls and boat cruises or fishing excursions on the magnificent Zambezi River, both of which are within a breathtaking 1.5-hour drive south of Victoria Falls.

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