A popular place to visit within the national park is this natural swimming hole. Also here are San rock art paintings, but drop by the Outward Bound School (a children's adventure camp that manages the area) first t…
A 30-minute walk north of the mountain hut, North Cave overlooks a waterfall and opens onto views of the highest peaks. Above the waterfall is a pool, perfect for a teeth-chattering dip if you need some refreshment.
The highest point in the Chimanimani Range is the 2437m-high Mt Binga on the Mozambican border, a stiff three-hour climb from the mountain hut site. Carry plenty of water.
One of the national park's more well-known caves, a 40-minute walk from the mountain hut.
One of several caves in the park, Peter's House is actually a disused mine shaft, and can be used as a campsite.
Accessible only by 4WD, and one for specialist birders.
Accessible by 4WD only, this seldom-visited area is for nature lovers and birdwatchers.
A small network of caves in the national park.