IntroductionThis park on the northern shore of Lake Mutirikwi, a man-made lake and Zimbabwe's third-largest, is home to giraffes, impalas, warthogs, kudu and white rhinos, among other game (look for some of the world's largest lizards—up to 8 ft/3 m in length). The lake's dam, on the southern shore, is impressive, and not far from it is an interesting Bushman rock painting of a hunting scene (you'll need the help of a local guide to find it). The dam and the rock painting can be seen on the same day as a visit to nearby Great Zimbabwe National Monument. Lake Mutirikwi is located 150 mi/250 km south of Harare.
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