Tshabalala is situated about 10 km from the city centre on the Matopos Road. It is a wildlife sanctuary of thorny bushveld and hosts a variety of birdlife and wildlife.Some of them include guinea fowl, francolins, giraffe, zebra, warthog, impala, tsessebe and other smaller antelope, and many species of wild birds and waterfowl.
Visitors are allowed to leave their cars in Tshabalala and walk through the wilderness and experience the sights and sounds on foot. Driving and cycling is also permitted and horse rides can be arranged.The Sanctuary is open from 06:00 to 18:00hrs and there is an entrance charge.
Day Visitors Locals $3.00 per person
Accommodated Local Visitors $1.00 per person
Fees Day Visitors SADC $8.00 per person
Accommodated Visitors SADC $2.00 per person
Fees Day Visitors International $10.00 per person
Accommodated International Visitors $3.00 per person