Matusadona National Park
Matusadona National Park gets its name from the rolling Matusadona hills that form part of its water rich landscape. Flanked by Lake Kariba in the north, and two perennial rivers, the Ume and the Sanyati, this remote and rugged area was first established as a conservation zone in 1963.
The remote nature of the park, its impressive natural boundaries and plentiful year round water supply have made the Matusadona National Park an ideal conservation zone. As well as Buffalo, Lion, Leopard and Elephant populations are also healthy in the area.