A gateway to the African safari experience
The Chamabonda National Park is a sub section of the Zambezi National Park. Zambezi National Park begins at the Victoria Falls and stretches up river some 40 km up stream, it is approximately 30km wide. This width sees the Park stretch across the Victoria Falls to Kazungula ( Chobe ) highway and it is the section on the other side of this road that is known as Chamabonda, a name derived from a long vlei line ( grassed water course ) that extends up to the nearby Matetsi Safari area.
Hwange National Park, the largest of Zimbabwe’s national parks, is easily accessible by road or air, offering an extended safari experience. Hwange National Park has one of the largest elephant populations in the world and is renowned for massive numbers of wild game, including Africa’s big five.
Alternatively, a thrilling Chobe day trip from Victoria Falls. Situated only one hour’s drive from Victoria Falls, the Chobe National Park in Botswana boasts one of the largest wildlife populations in Africa, not to mention the magnificent Chobe River.