The Giriyondo Tourist Access Facility, which was opened in December 2005, allows visitors easy access from Limpopo National Park to Kruger National Park and the surrounding lowveld with its many tourist attractions.
Visitors to Kruger, on the other hand now have direct access to the newly opened tourism facilities of Limpopo National Park, as well as a shorter route to the magnificent Mozambican coastline. This coastline is Mozambique’s biggest natural asset paving the way for the “bush-beach ecotourism” concept.
Visitors can enjoy world-class game viewing – including most of Africa’s magnificent mammals, reptiles, birds and plants, travel along the bush-beach ecotourism route, through the Banhine National Park and the Banamana Wetland to visit the beautiful coastal resorts of Gaza and Inhambane provinces.
The south-eastern lowveld of Zimbabwe provides opportunities for developing unique tourism experiences. While the southern portion of the Gonarezhou National Park opens opportunities to visit the communal areas, the panoramas from the old Governor’s house, and the tranquillity of nature, the northern part focuses its richness on the magnificence of the Chilojo Cliffs, leading to the Chilo Gorge and its community owned 5-star lodge. Alongside 4×4 tracks, canoeists and rafters can adventure down the Save River Valley to Zinave National Park. Visitors can also experience the coastal estuary near Bazaruto National Marine Park and the dugongs in Linga-Linga Bay.