|GONAREZHOU NATIONAL PARK|
|LOCATION||South-eastern Zimbabwe, on the
Mozambique border. This park covers a 5000 square kilometers area of open grassland and
Tsetse fly control operations and poaching, contributed to the extermination of more than 55000 animals, before the area was proclaimed a Game Reserve in 1968.
Gonarezhou is 40 Km wide, and together with the adjoining Mozambique game area, forms a natural migratory triangle with the game population of the Kruger National Park. Gonarezhou National Park, is divided in two parts; Chipinda Pools on the North and Mabalamata on the South.
|ACCOMMODATION||Thatched Chalets at Swimuwini camp ( South) and camping sites at Chipinda Pools.|
|FACILITIES||Network of game viewing roads ( 4X4 vehicles only). Visitors to the park, must carry with them enough food and petrol for the duration of their stay.|
|OPEN||1st of May to 31st of October.|
|SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS||Malaria, Bilharzia.|
|WILDLIFE||Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Black Rhino, Zebra, Giraffe, Antelopes, Sable, Roan Antelope.|
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