Location:
The Zinave National Park (ZNP) is situated along River Save in Inhambane Province.

Area:
4,000 km2

Access:
Access by road from Inhambane city and Gaza or other points of the province, being advisable to travel in 4×4 vehicles due to the conditions of the road (precarious roads).
Best viewing season: In the weak months during the winter season, between April and October.

Accommodation:
There is no tourist development in the ZNP. Accommodation under the form of camping can be arranged through the local administration in the main campsite.

Attractions:
The ZNP has a diversity of landscapes namely: miombo forests, bushes, riverine vegetation. The ZNP has also lagoons.

Fauna:
Kudos, inhalas, imbalabalas (female bushbucks), hippos, impalas, inhalas, changes, chipenes, cinereous kid kid of rocks, changanes, leopards, lions, cheetah, spotted hyenas (crocuta crocuta).

Viewing hours:
The ZNP can be visited daily from 7h30 to 16h30.

Particularities:
It is part of the Great Limpopo Transboundary Conservation Area Programme.

Zinave National Park: source http://www.africaguide.com/country/mozamb/parks.htm#zinave