10Hwange National Park
If you are looking for where to enjoy spectacular wonders of nature, explore ancient sites and exotic wildlife, then you should head to Zimbabwe. The country is known for its numerous first-class game reserves, as well as its UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Staying here for a day or two makes you feel like you’re in another world. Check out 10 things Zimbabwe is famous for. The largest and oldest game reserve of Zimbabwe, Hwange National Park covers a landmass of about 14,650 square kilometers (5,655 square miles). Lying to the western part of the country atop the border with Botswana, the famous park provides shelter to more than 100 species of mammals. These mammals include the African lions, Elephants, black rhinos, leopards, Cape buffalo, African wild dogs, among others. So far, Hwange National Park has recorded about 400 species of birds that are found in the park. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!