Nyanga National Park has an impressive collection of break-taking attractions. It’s the one park with a good dose of everything, mountainous terrains to inspire the hiker, wildlife for all enthusiasts, stunning waterfalls for our appreciation and the relaxing environment for the right holiday experience. The following are what to expect when you visit the National Park.
Zimbabwe’s highest point at 2 593 metres offers a challenging climb and spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.
A beautiful series of cascading waterfalls located on the western edge of the Park, a 15-minute walk from the carpark.
Mutarazi Falls is the highest waterfall in Zimbabwe and the second highest on the Continent. Visitors may leave their vehicles at the carpark and take a short hike to the edge of the escarpment for spectacular views of the waterfalls and the Honde Valley, some 800 metres below.
Pungwe Gorge and Falls
View the Pungwe Falls from the scenic Pungwe viewpoint or drive through the Pungwe Drift for a closer view of the river and lush forest areas around.
Nyangwe and Chawomera Forts
Massive stonework with lintelled entrances characterize these fine examples of Nyanga ruins built some 400 years ago. Pit structures are also located within the Park.
The trout hatchery near Purdon Dam provides an up-close view of the source of game fish stocked in many of the Park’s rivers and dams.
located just off the circular drive to Mt. Nyangani, Nyamuziwa Falls is a beautiful cascade waterfall with the open highland scenery.
The Rhodes Museum is located at the Rhodes Hotel.