The 263 hectares of indigenous Msasa and Miombo woodland are very conveniently located for an initial introduction to Zimbabwe’s game life, before you visit a National Park, or Game lodge. You will see zebra, giraffe, eland, wildebeest, ostrich, and impala, including some of their young born within woodlands, as well as a wide variety of birds and indigenous flora.
Situated in Harare suburb of Hillside with over 140 indigenous trees species including msasa, muhacha, and munhondo and over 300 bird species; enjoy the beauty of nature without leaving the city limits.
Home to a number of important environmental organisations such as Campfire, The Orchid Society, Action Magazine, The Zambezi Society and Wildlife and Environmental Zimbabwe (WEZ)
Now open every day of the year for viewing the animals from the viewing platform, especially around 10am feeding time when the plains game gather with their young and you may see eland, zebra, impala and giraffe.
Many local people visit for a 3KM, 5KM, 8KM or 10KM walk, or run, or bike ride on Sunday mornings. The gate opens from 7:00am and visitors can start their walk any time upto 11am. Dogs are welcome on Sunday, as long as they remain on a leash.
Mukuvisi Woodlands, Newmarch Drive, Cranborne, Harare, Harare Province, 00234, Zimbabwe