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Bulawayo and the Matopos Hills

Zimbabwe’s second city is spacious with tree lined avenues. It has a notable Natural History Museum, Railway Museum, craft shops and parks.

The Matopos Hills, a UNESCO World heritage site, are about 40 kilometres from Bulawayo. This unique area has gigantic wind-sculptured balancing rock formations and is home to an extensive game park, caves complete with Bushman paintings and the last resting place of Cecil Rhodes atop ‘World’s View’.

Camp Amalinda - Matopos Hills - 1 hour from Bulawayo airport

Rooms: accommodation is in nine enchanting granite lodges carved into the natural rocks.

Camp: lounge, bar, dining area, separate lounge with library, swimming pool. Activities include walks, game drives, excursions and cultural visits to a Matabele homestead.

This small exclusive camp is bushlife at its best and is ideally situated for visiting caves and seeing the wildlife of the Matopos.

Camp Amalinda Camp Amalinda, room