Travellers have the unique opportunity of experiencing both the natural and cultural heritages at this site.
Matopos National Park is rich in sites to visit, especially the Rock Paintings, history of the English settlers, the awe striking Granite rocks, and wildlife.
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The Matopos National Park is home to the Caves & Rock Paintings of the San people, the black & white Rhino, breathtaking Granite Rock hills and outcrops and wildlife. A number of historical sites such as the grave of, Mzilikazi (the King of the Ndebele people) and Cecil John Rhodes.
Travellers get to see the grave of Cecil John Rhodes, his partners and the grave of the pioneer column. Travellers see the place Rhodes frequented when he was alive which he called the view of the world.
This is the largest cave in the park that is believed to have sheltered a group of about 150 San people who are believed to have scripted the rock paintings found in that cave. Leopards are also said to be found around that cave. There’s also a museum that heralds the life of these historic people