The iconic Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s largest national park located in the northwestern part of Zimbabwe. It covers 14,650 square kilometers.
It is home to the largest population of elephants in Zimbabwe and Africa’s largest population of the endangered wild dog and one may find rare species such as roan and sable. In addition to four of the big 5: elephant, lion, leopard and buffalo; Hwange has 100 mammal species and nearly 400 bird species.
The area is mostly covered with savanna grasslands and teak and mopane woodlands.