In the far southeast of Zimbabwe, lies Gonarezhou National Park, a remote and undeveloped wilderness varying from open plains to dense bush.
Although Gonarezhou borders onto South Africa's Kruger National Park and Mozambique's vast Limpopo National Park, the area is untouched and the wildlife can roam freely. Together these three huge parks go to make up a truly vast wilderness area, the size of the Netherlands and is what is now known as The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park.
Being Zimbabwe's second largest national park after Hwange, game viewing is good, birdlife is prolific and the every changing scenery is spectacular with the mighty red sandstone Chilojo Cliffs visible for miles around. Three major rivers, the Mwenezi, Save and Runde, wind through the semi-arid scrublands attracting large elephant herds as well as lion, leopard, cheetah, buffalo, giraffe, zebra and many antelope species.