Hwange National Park
Hwange is a large, sprawling expanse of semi-arid landscape that supports a vast diversity of wildlife, including massive herds of elephants.
During the dry-season months between June and October, elephants converge on Hwange’s pumped waterholes from far and wide, some coming from as great a distance as Chobe National Park in neighboring Botswana. The result is an impressive wildlife spectacle.
Waterholes see a continuous procession of these giant pachyderms, along with a wide variety of general game species and their ever-attentive predators.
Safari enthusiasts seldom need to travel further than these action-packed waterpoints to get their fill of exciting wildlife sightings.