Matabeleland South

Of interest to the visitor to Matabeleland South is no doubt Matobo National Park with its spectacular landscapes, its thousands of fascinating rock paintings and its highly endangered rhinos. 

On the northern bank of the Limpopo River, you will find the wildlife area Sentinel, with its bizarre, red-gold sandstone formations and a fossilized dinosaur skeleton that you can visit with a guide. 

Matabeleland South

What to see

  • Matobo National Park

    Matobo National Park

    Matobo covers an area of about 3000 square kilometres of granite hills and forested valleys. About 400 km² of this area is National Park, of which a part is set aside for wildlife, in particular for the intensive protection of white and black rhinos. Matobo Hills is an UNESCO World Heritage site.


Rhino Tracking in Matobo National Park

In a 4x4 vehicle and on foot you will track the highly endangered rhinos with an experienced guide. Both southern African rhino species are specially protected in Matobo National Park.