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Nyanga National Park
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Introducing Nyanga National Park

The 47,000-hectare Nyanga National Park is a geographically and scenically distinct enclave in the Eastern Highlands. Nyanga is famous not for its wildlife (though it does have antelopes and zebras) but rather for its verdant, mountainous scenery, crystal-clear streams, and Zim's highest mountain and waterfall. It's also reknowned for trout fly-fishing.

The main gate is a few kilometres from Nyanga town, close to the Rhodes Nyanga Hotel.

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