Chizarira National Park is situated on top of the great Zambezi escarpment in the north western part of Zimbabwe overlooking the mighty Zambezi Valley and upper waters of Lake Kariba. The park is well known for magnificent gorges, numerous natural springs and extended scenic landscape.
As the 4th largest national park of Zimbabwe, it covers 1910 km2 and is home to several species including lion, leopard, buffalo and elephant; and a good mix of other animals such as the rare Roan antelope, sable and klipspringer among others. Chizarira is also a bird watcher’s paradise and has over 360 species on its checklist. The rare Taita falcon and Angolan Pitta is often spotted roosting on the cliffs. Wild natural area with rocky landscapes.
The Park is dominated by Miombo woodland whilst lower lying areas are covered with Mopane scrubland and Baobab.