Gonarezhou (pronounced; Gona-Re-Zhou), the "Place of Elephant" is Zimbabwe's second-largest national park after Hwange, the park located in the southeastern region of Zimbabwe is largely in pristine condition, untouched by human hands.
A birders paradise, 492 species have been spotted in the region, summer is the best time for birding. In terms of wildlife, 89 species of mammal including; Elephant, impala, kudu, buffalo, zebra, nyala, wildebeest, eland and giraffe to mention only but a few. But what truly sets the Gonarezhou region apart is the scenery, the river networks and the Chilojo Cliffs.
What makes this region of Zimbabwe special is that relatively few tourists visit this iconic wilderness area.
Gonarezhou National Park now forms part of the 'Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park' that includes the Kruger National Park and the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique.
Our collection at the moment of safari lodges and camps in and around Gonarezhou is currently small, over the next few years, more and more accommodation options will come online.
Best Lodges In Gonarezhou
Singita Pamushana Lodge
Rates from US$2 150.00 ppSingita Pamushana in the private Malilangwe Reserve offers visitors incredible wildlife and birdlife sightings including the famed 'Big 5' but some of Southern Africa's most scenic bushveld vistas. Pamushana ranks up there with the best lodge options Africa as a whole has to offer.
Singita Malilangwe House
Rates from US$14 100.00 plSingita Malilangwe House with five luxuriously appointed bedrooms is the ideal destination for a small group of friends or family seeking the ultimate privacy. The house perched on a sandstone ridge with views of the surrounding landscape and Malilangwe Dam below.
Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge
Rates from US$510.00 ppChilo Gorge Safari Lodge set high on the cliffs overlooking the Save River and the fabled Gonarezhou National Park. Gonarezhou is 'big game country' in a region of Zimbabwe that is as wild as one can get. Wildlife here includes all the cats, rhino, buffalo and elephants to mention but a few.