A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Matobo (Matopos) National Park is home to Zimbabwe's White and Black Rhino successfully breeding within an Intensive Protection Zone. The Rhino's have be dehorned and the opportunity to track Rhino on foot is a very special experience. Matobo means "bald heads" and the is a unique landscape of rock domes, spires and balancing rock formations formed over millions of years through erosion and weathering. The park is also the site of Cecil John Rhodes Grave at "World View" and home some of the finest examples of San Rock Paintings in Southern Africa.

The following safaris all visit Matobos: