The National Park is the oldest in Zimbabwe, having started as Rhodes Inyanga Estate, а bequest from Cecil Rhodes. The National Park nearly doubled in size in the late 1990’s with the purchase of the Inyanga Block and Kwaraguza farms and Nyazengu farm in 2000. This expanded the National Park to the north and east of Mount Inyangani,
In Zimbabwe’s far west corner, the Zambezi River marks the border with Zambia. At Victoria Falls, it plunges off a precipice measuring 354 feet/108 meters in height and 5,604 feet/1,708 meters in width. This is the largest sheet of falling water on the planet, and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.