Zinave National Park
Travel to Zinave National Park – Big Cats Aplenty
Zinave National Park forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area and covers 4,000 square kilometers. It is situated along the Save River in the far north-west of Inhambabe Province and allows the opportunity to spot wildlife such as lions, leopards and cheetahs whilst on game drives.
Zinave National Park was originally proclaimed a hunting area in 1969, but was upgraded to National Park status in 1972.
In Zinave National Park you can pot the wildlife that everyone wants to see; lions, leopards and cheetah. However, you can also see hyena, bushbuck, impala, kudu, nyala, reedbuck, steenbuck, grey and red duiker, hippo and crocodile.
Take a game drive in order to spot all manner of wildlife including the highly sought after big cats.
Relax by soaking up the atmosphere, sights, sounds and smells whilst keeping your eyes open for exotic wildlife.
You can get around Zinave National Park by 4 wheel drive on organised safaris.
- Spot all manner of wildlife from lions to crocodiles.
- Soak up the atmosphere of the park by the Save River.
- Take a game drive.