Antelope Park

Welcomes you…

Zimbabwe’s Leading Private Game Reserve

Antelope Park is in the heart of Zimbabwe with Zimbabwe in our hearts. As Zimbabwe’s leading private game reserve, our guests and volunteers are helping us in our mission to support conservation and community development.

We are proud to offer our guests a safari style holiday and our volunteers the opportunity to go make a difference in conservation and community development. With our incredible array of once-in-a-lifetime activities on offer for our guests and volunteers, it’s time to discover what your Antelope Park experience has in store for you.

Our priority is to support conservation and local communities with all we offer during your time with us.

How are you visiting Antelope Park?

As a Guest

As a Volunteer

Latest Blog Posts

ALERT October 2019

ALERT October 2019

The heat has arrived in Zimbabwe and Zambia with temperatures reaching almost 40 degrees Celsius 😱. Elephant research in Victoria Falls. Despite the extreme heat, this has not stopped our research team in Victoria Falls. They have been very busy in Zambezi National...

October Monthly Update

October Monthly Update

Hours across all projects: 538 hours Mkoba 4 Primary: Special Needs Class: Maths lessons focused on: Revision of times tables using fun methods i.e. making  tables and doing a crossword using times tables Fractions: identifying fractions; adding and subtracting...

ALERT Update September

ALERT Update September

ALERT Update for September 2019 September was an eventful month for the ALERT team, with expeditions to find elusive elephants in the name of research, to community work stretching from Gweru to the hills of Chizarira. The Victoria Falls team has spent the past 5...

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Antelope Park Notice

Please be aware our Dam is seasonal and there is currently construction at our front Dam area with the building of the new Dam wall in time for the rains

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