Matusadona National Park is an isolated reserve, situated on the southern shores of Lake Kariba, the world’s largest man-made lake which was created when part of the great Zambezi Valley was flooded. This remote wilderness area is a place of exceptional beauty where huge numbers of animals can be seen, including the Big Five. Diverse landscapes range from majestic mountains to vast plains, creating a superb backdrop for wildlife photography.
Around Lake Kariba you will find large herds of elephant, crocodile, rare black and white rhino and buffalo. Herds of antelope, including sable and water buck, attract the big cat predators to the region. Exceptional bird life is supported by the diverse habitation and includes fish eagles, herons, plovers, bee-eaters, kingfishers, darter, cormorants and geese.
Luxury lodges along the shoreline offer safaris, fishing trips, canoeing and nature walks in this remote region which covers over 130,000 hectares of wilderness.