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Gonarezhou National Park

Gonarezhou, known as “the place of elephants”, is in the remote southeast corner of Zimbabwe on the border with Mozambique, with which it shares a 100 km boundary.  Home to over 11,500 of these gentle giants, one of the highest densities of pachyderms in any protected area in Africa.

The park forms an integral part of one of the largest conservation areas in the world- the Greater Limpopo Transfrointier Park (GLTP), established in 2002. GLTP joins some of the iconic national parks of Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and South Africa.

The Park is home to over 450 species of birds, 89 large mammal species, 61 small mammals, over 50 fish species, 116 identified reptile species and 34 amphibian species. Of these species, some 15 are classified as vulnerable, 6 endangered and 5 as critically endangered species.

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