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Zinave National Park

This park was proclaimed by Decree nº. 47/73 of 26 June. It is situated in the district of Mambone near the Save river in Inhambane province and occupies an area of 400,000 km2.

Location:  The Zinave National Park (ZNP) is situated along Save River in the far north-west of Inhambane Province.

Area:  4,000 km2

Access:  Access by road from Inhambane city and Gaza or other points of the province, being advisable to travel in 4x4 vehicles due to the conditions of the road (precarious roads).

Best viewing season:  In the weak months during the winter season, between April and October.

Accommodation:  There is no tourist development in the ZNP. Accommodation under the form of camping can be arranged through the local administration in the main campsite

Attractions:  The ZNP has a diversity of landscapes namely: miombo forests, bushes, riverine vegetation. The ZNP has also lagoons.

Fauna:  lions, leopards, cheetah, spotted hyenas (crocuta crocuta), kudos, nyalas, reedbuck, steenbuck, both grey and red duiker, bushbucks, hippos, impalas, reedbucks, and crocodiles.

Viewing Hours:  The ZNP can be visited daily from 7h30 to 16h30

Particularities:  Yet another park which forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area. 

 

Location:  The Zinave National Park (ZNP) is situated along Save River in the far north-west of Inhambane Province.

Area:  4,000 km2

Access:  Access by road from Inhambane city and Gaza or other points of the province, being advisable to travel in 4x4 vehicles due to the conditions of the road (precarious roads).

Best viewing season:  In the weak months during the winter season, between April and October.

Accommodation:  There is no tourist development in the ZNP. Accommodation under the form of camping can be arranged through the local administration in the main campsite

Attractions:  The ZNP has a diversity of landscapes namely: miombo forests, bushes, riverine vegetation. The ZNP has also lagoons.

Fauna:  lions, leopards, cheetah, spotted hyenas (crocuta crocuta), kudos, nyalas, reedbuck, steenbuck, both grey and red duiker, imbalabalas (female bushbucks), hippos, impalas, changos, chipenes, cinereous kid, kid of rocks, chaganes and crocodiles.

Viewing Hours:  The ZNP can be visited daily from 7h30 to 16h30

Particularities:  Yet another park which forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area.

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