Hwange National Park
The Hwange National Park is found in the western region of Zimbabwe featuring vast grasslands and mopane woods which provide a habitat for large elephant herds, lions as well as African wild dogs.
Gonarezhou National Park
Alternative folklore suggests the are was named for the herbalists who would stock their medicines in tusks (known as gona in the Shona language).Gonarezhou National Park is Zimbabwe's' 2nd largest national park rivalling Hwange National Park.
Mana Pools National Park
Mana Pools National Park is in the far north of Zimbabwe. It includes the south bank and islands of the Zambezi River, which forms the border with Zambia. The park is known for wildlife visibility beside the river and in the flood plains. Large populations of elephants, hippos and Nile crocodiles gather at sunrise in the Long Pool. In the park’s south, lions wait for prey around the waterhole at Chitake Spring.