We are proud to host specialized mobile safaris within Gonarezhou National Park. Bush Bound Gonarezhou offers adventure-lovers the chance to enjoy an authentic wilderness experience! Accompanied by your Private Guide who has extensive knowledge of the animals, ecosystems and history of this area, you will be able to explore all corners of Zimbabwe’s second largest National Park, staying in exclusive-use camps, and all whilst being looked after by a dedicated back-up team.
Gonarezhou – Zimbabwe
Gonarezhou – “The Place of Elephants” – covers just over 5,000km² and is situated in the South Eastern corner of Zimbabwe. It is an integral part of the Great Limpopo Trans-frontier Park, which includes Kruger National Park of South Africa and the Limpopo National Park of Mozambique – all combined to create one of the World’s largest conservation areas. It holds some very important and rare species of all varieties, some of which you may never have heard of, like an unusual small fish (the Killifish) which only live in seasonal pans in this part of Africa, and were at one time considered endemic to Gonarezhou. There are also more well known species like African Wild Dogs and Cheetah which this park has strong populations of.
This park has an amazing diversity of habitats and ecosystems – having a list of over 400 species of bird, 50 species of fish and 90 species of mammals. The last aerial count of the park showed over 10,000 elephants, a population which is thriving and growing, as are the big predators in tune with the general growth in numbers of all their prey species. The park has also become an important stronghold for Black Rhino after their reintroduction in 2021.