Kazuma Pan National Park

CategoryWildlife parks
Status Closed nowOpens at 9:30 AM today

Situated in the north – west corner of Zimbabwe between Kazungula and Hwange National Park and south – west of Victoria Falls, the park is 31 300 hectares in extent. Baboon trees are a unique feature of the park which attracts large volumes of animals including cheetahs, wild dogs, lions and the rarely seen gemsbok. Common in the park but not often found in other parts of the country is the Oribi, a small antelope species. The pan systems in the park are also ideal habitats for a large variety of water birds including stocks, crowned canes, stilts, cormorants, ducks and kingfishers – making it a paradise for ornithologists