Zimbabwe’s Leading Private Game Reserve

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Zimbabwe’s Leading Private Game Reserve

Multiple-winner at the World Travel Awards for “Zimbabwe’s Leading Private Game Reserve”

Welcome to Antelope Park, a magical wildlife reserve in the heart of Zimbabwe.

As the cry of the fish eagle awakes the fiery dawn and the echoing roar of the lion calls out the evening stars, you know you have found the real Africa when you come to Zimbabwe’s Antelope Park.

Set in over 3000 acres of open savannah in central Zimbabwe, at Antelope Park you will findcomfortable accommodation, delicious and nutritious home-cooked food, beautiful landscapes that will refresh your soul, thrilling encounters with African wildlife, and the warm welcome of the Zimbabwean people who will touch your heart.

We are proud to offer our Zimbabwean and international overnight guests a safari-style holiday where you can explore the African bush, go game-viewing and interact with our wonderful animals, enjoy our famously-good cuisine, relax by the swimming pool or rejuvenate at the spa.

For our volunteers, we offer all this, and additionally the privileged opportunity to make a difference while you travel in Zimbabwe. Our volunteer programs at Antelope Park assist with our wildlife conservation projects, as well as uplifting our local communities by helping schools, clinics and social enterprises.

For all our guests and volunteers, Antelope Park is well-known for our incredible choice of once-in-a-lifetime activities. From game drives and horseback safaris, to elephant interaction and lion educational tours, we prefer to call our activities Antelope Park Experiences because they are unique to your stay here and you will remember them forever.

 

Established in 1987, Antelope Park is the winner of the World Tourism Awards for “Zimbabwe’s Leading Private Game Reserve” in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Antelope Parkis a safari destination that makes a difference—your stay here gives back. All our guest and volunteer visitors to Antelope Park directly contribute to a multitude of conservation and community developments initiatives around Antelope Park and further afield. We are home to the African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT), a multidiscipline conservation organization with interests in 9 of the United Nations 17 sustainable development goals.

https://lionalert.org/

 

Latest Blog Posts

Meet the Guides – Q&A

Meet the Guides – Q&A

Our friendly, enthusiastic and professional guides here at Antelope Park have a love of the African bush, the wild animals, the colourful birds, and the culture of Zimbabwe…   Our range of famous Antelope Park Experiences are the highlight of a stay for all our guests...

Meet the Volunteers – Q&A

Meet the Volunteers – Q&A

The success of the long-term wildlife conservation and community development projects at Antelope Park has only been possible because of our wonderful volunteers. They are young, enthusiastic, creative and energetic, and come to Zimbabwe from all over the worldand are...

Africa Time: Meet the photographer

Africa Time: Meet the photographer

When leaving Cape Town in June last year to photograph throughout Southern Africa, I knew things would be a little bit different to every other continent I have travelled in from North to South and East to West on our big blue ball. But I never expected that ‘Africa...

Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 Update

"As our nation prepares for Covid-19 (Corona virus) our hearts are with you all, in Zimbabwe and across the globe.  We have been so overwhelmed with the support and messages we have received from far and wide  –  Thank you, it has meant the world to us.  With regard...

Community Update February 2020

Community Update February 2020

Hours across all projects: 241.5 At Antelope Park we teach our students important life skills by allowing them to experience everything we have to offer and give them the confidence they need to believe in their abilities for a happy and fulfilling life, below is the...

November 2019 Monthly Update

November 2019 Monthly Update

Hours across all projects:  381 hours Mkoba 4 Primary: Special Needs Class: As it was nearing exam time and revision had been done, time spent with students focused on: Puzzles: this is an important educational tool for children as they provide many skills and mental...

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