Nyanga Mountains: The Highlands of Zimbabwe

Do you want to escape the heat and enjoy the cool and fresh air of the mountains? Do you want to hike to the highest peak in Zimbabwe and see the majestic views of the Eastern Highlands? Do you want to admire the ancient rock paintings and the legend of the Pool of the Fallen? Then you should visit Nyanga Mountains, the highlands of Zimbabwe. Nyanga Mountains are located in the north of Zimbabwe, about 100 km from Mutare. They are part of Nyanga National Park, one of the oldest and largest national parks in the country. They have a variety of habitats, from evergreen forests to grasslands and moorlands. They have an average altitude of 1,800 metres, with some peaks reaching over 2,500 metres.


Nyanga Mountains are famous for their natural attractions, such as Mount Nyangani, the highest mountain in Zimbabwe at 2,592 metres. You can hike to the summit and enjoy the panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. You can also visit Mutarazi Falls, the second highest waterfall in Africa at 762 metres. You can also explore Nyanga National Park, which has over 100 species of mammals and 400 species of birds. You can see elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos, buffaloes and more. You can also enjoy game drives, walking safaris, canoe safaris and fishing trips in the park. Nyanga Mountains are not only a natural wonder, but also a cultural and historical treasure. You can learn about the history and culture of the Bantu people, who have lived around the mountains for centuries.


Nyanga Mountains are a place that will inspire you and refresh you. They are a place where you can experience the beauty and diversity of Zimbabwe’s nature and wildlife. Don’t miss this opportunity to visit Nyanga Mountains, the highlands of Zimbabwe. Book your trip today!