Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park, is unsurpassed by any other game sanctuary in Southern Africa. Nowhere else is there a larger concentration of wildlife to be seen in such vast numbers, making it impossible for visitors, even on the shortest stay, to be disappointed.

In 1928 the Rhodesian government, spurred by the enthusiasm of members of the Legislative Assembly such as Major W Boggie, declared the park as a reserve. It was the last retreat of big game animals left in Zimbabwe that were not under pressure from humans.