Attractions

Archaeological Site in Nyanga National Park

Ziwa Ruins

These National Monument ruins of communities who specialised in pottery date to AD 200 and are one of Zimbabwe's more impressive archaeological sites. The terraced hills are from ensuing agricultural communities fro…
Museum in Nyanga National Park

Rhodes Nyanga Historical Exhibition

The Nyanga Historical Exhibition is housed in Cecil Rhodes' (1853–1902) former stables in the grounds next door to the Rhodes Nyanga Hotel. It has a wonderful collection of his belongings, as well as some interestin…
Viewpoint in Nyanga National Park

World's View

A National Trust site, World's View is perched atop the Troutbeck Massif (2000m), with broad views of northern Zimbabwe. There's also a gallery showing local artists. It’s 11km up a winding, steep road from Troutbec…
Waterfall in Nyanga National Park

Mtarazi Falls

This is Zim's highest waterfall. Falling from a height of 762m from an impressive escarpment, it trumps Victoria Falls by 300m and is number two in Africa. It's at its peak from February to May.