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Category: Road Marker :: Entrance Gate
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This is the entrance to the Park. The Chizarira National Park is a wildlife area covering 200 000ha on the Chizarira Hills in Western Zimbabwe, and suffers extremely from poaching. It is one of Zimbabwe's least known and least visited parks. This authority does the bookings for all Zimbabwe's beautiful National Parks. They are very friendly and efficient and communicating effectively via email. (Oct-18)
|Tel :||+263(0)47 060 77|
|Tel2 :||+263(0)47 076 24|
|Email :||Click Here|
|Website :||Click Here|
|Host Website :||Click Here|
|Cellphone Reception :||Intermittent|
|Fee/s :||Park fees: Vehicle:10USD; Per Person p/day:13USD; Camping per day:25USD ppp day. (Updated Oct-2018)|
|Camping, Landing Strip|
|Nearby Facilities :||School.|
|Game Viewing, 4WD Trails, Hiking Trails|
|Game to View:||Elephant. Lion. Leopard. Buffalo. Black Rhino. Antelopes. Sable. Roan Antelope.|
|Notes on Activities:||(Some activities may be offered nearby).|
CAMPING: Expensive camping was offered by park wardens to travellers for approx ZAR900 per night, including the vehicle and park entry fee, including the use of a long drop toilet but no water at the campsite. (May 2015).
ROAD CONDITIONS: Reportedly, the road into the park was very bad and after passing through the entrance gate it got even worse as climbing up onto the Chizarira hills and heading for the parks office. (May 2015).
Be warned, it's best to ask about conditions and entry fees at the gate guards, before entry into this park. You will be forced to pay high personal and vehicle park entry fees even if you just enter to look and decide not to stay in the park. (May 2015).
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