Southeast Lowveld
Birding Areas

Welcome to birding in Southeast Lowveld
The southeast lowveld is named after its geographical position in Zimbabwe and is a hotter, drier area that borders Mozambique and South Africa. Gonarezhou National Park sits alongside Mozambique and the Save-Runde confluence is the lowest point of Zimbabwe. These rivers are a scenic attraction for us and bring birds and animals to their banks and riverine woodlands.

National Parks has a variety of accommodation in various areas of the Gonarezhou National Park with lodges, chalets and camping facilities.

Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge
is on the east bank of the Save River and overlooks the Gonarezhou National Park and offers luxury lodge accommodation.

Malilangwe Private Wildlife Reserve offers up-market safari lodge accommodation at Singita Pamushana Lodge. The Malilangwe area is connected to the north boundary of Gonarezhou National Park with a wide range of wildlife.

The Save Valley Conservancy (follow link for more lodge options) offers you magnificent 60 000 hectares of varied lowveld habitat. Sango has a luxury lodge nestling amongst the granite hills on the Mokore River, and also a luxury tented safari camp in the area.