The Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is set on 502 square kilometers in the southern corner of Zimbabwe.
The Park borders the Gonarezhou National Park. The park is renowned for its unique sand stone outcrops, Mopane Forests, Baobab Trees and over 100 rock art sites that are over 2000 years old.
Wildlife sightings are exceptional in Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve - a high concentration of black and white rhino, abundant general game, large breeding herds of elephants and an extensive bird species. Wild dogs raise their pups in the sandstone outcrops and white lions are spotted on a regular basis.
The lake's rich diversity of fish will satisfy any angler. Tiger fishing using fly, lure or bait is the most popular. Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is accessible all year by road or scheduled and charter flights.
Game viewing in Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is prolific in the drier months of May to October. The activities offered in the reserve are game drives, bush walks and fishing on the lake. This untouched wilderness offers exquisite, luxury Zimbabwe safari options.