Matobos National Park

Matobos National Park

spotting Zebras near the campsite and walking up to a White Rhino

Location: 

Matopos, Zimbabwe

Duration: 

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Matobos, a lovely small national park in Zimbabwe
  2. Place of spirituality because of natural rock formations
  3. Having more Game at the campsite than in the park
  4. Walking closely up to a White Rhino with two rangers
  5. Climbing up round flat rocks to see Cave Paintings

Image sources

  1. White Rhino
  2. Magical Stones
  3. View over the Park
  4. Artificially dammed lake
  5. Zebras near the camping

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