Hwange National Park
To travel through Hwange National Park today is to see what much of the interior of Africa might have been like more than 150 years ago. This is the famed country that drew men from the diamond fields of Kimberley and the gold mines of Johannesburg. Hwange National Park is the largest National Park in Zimbabwe, over 14,000 sq.km in extent, and is one of the countries main tourist attractions. The bird list for this huge area is currently over 420 species. There are two main birding areas, the one around Main Camp and the other in the north of the Park around Robins and Sinamatella Rest Camps. Both areas are linked by a network of roads which take visitors through a variety of habitats including many waterholes which attract large numbers of animals as well as birds.