The Great Zimbabwe National Monument along with the huge reservoir Lake Mutirikwe is situated in this southeastern Province of Zimbabwe, as is the Save Valley Conservancy and Gonarezhou National Park. In the lowland in the southern areas of the province, sugar cane is grown and processed on a large scale.
What to see
Great Zimbabwe Monument
These very impressive buildings, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are spread out over a large area of hilly plateau close to the town of Masvingo. They are built of granite stones, without mortar to join them together, and were constructed over a period of approximately 300 years.
Gonarezhou National Park
The park's name means "place of the elephants" in the language of the Shona. With a little over 5000 square kilometres, Gonarezhou is Zimbabwe's second largest National Park after Hwange.
Save Valley Conservancy
The Save Valley Conservancy is located in the south-east lowveld, about 70 km by road from the small town of Chiredzi. It was formed by many land owners joining together with a common purpose: improving and promoting wildlife management and conservation