Nyanga National Park is located in the north of Zimbabwe's Eastern Highlands. The park contains Zimbabwe's highest lands and is popular for its spectacular and vast scenery.
In Nyanga National Park, there are many reconstructed traditional structures that were used back in the days of the slave trade. The park has many rivers and incredible waterfalls which make it a very scenic destination for hiking and birdwatching.
On your visit to Zimbabwe's Nyanga National Park, you can enjoy any of the following activities.
- Exploring the waterfalls
- Fly fishing
- Bird watching
- Swimming in the rivers (Bilhazia free)
- Horse back riding
- Boat rides on the river dams.
When To Visit
Nyanga National Park can be visited at any time of the year. The months from April to November are highly recommended for enjoying both the scenery and the birdlife.
Nyanga is located 260 kilometres east of Harare - Zimbabwe's capital city. The drive from Harare to Nyanga National Park will take 3 to 4 hours.
The park is often visited as part of a bigger tour of Zimbabwe's Eastern Highlands. It can either be the starting or the finishing point.
Where To Stay
There are good options for accommodation in Nyanga National Park. You can choose from various Rest Camps, Lodges, Camping sites as well as privately owned facilities.