Zimbabwe’s greatest draws include the wildlife safaris at Hwange, Matopos and Mana Pools National Parks. At Hwange visitors can see giraffe, elephant and zebra among others in their natural state at watering holes. Matobo National Park is home to the burial site of Cecil Rhodes as well as the spectacular granite formations of the Matobo Hills. Mana Pools is Zimbabwe’s second World Heritage Site and has highlights which include black rhinoceros, hippopotamos and lion. Also of note are the Victoria Falls generally accepted as being one of the seven natural wonders of the world and the mighty Zambezi River.

"Other points of interest are the Great Zimbabwe ruins near Masvingo which are the largest and most significant ancient monuments south of the Sahara. The Eastern Highlands which includes the city of Mutare, the fourth largest in Zimbabwe, the Chimanimani mountains in the South, Nyanga Park and a number of botanical gardens. The capital itself, Harare, is worth a visit with top attractions being the National Art Gallery and the market at Mbare."


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