Getting There – Matobo NP
The very accessible Matobo National Park is located 50km/31mi south of Bulawayo. The access road and most roads in the park don’t need a 4WD.
Your visit to Matobo NP will normally come as part of a package and not in the form of a lone visit. Your main point of entry into Zimbabwe is Victoria Falls Airport (VFA), located near the town Victoria Falls. It is possible to drive from Victoria Falls. The distance is 540km/335mi, and the drive takes about six and a half hours.
Alternatively, you can fly to Harare International Airport (HRE) and fly or drive from there. Your safari package will, in most cases, include your pick-up at the airport or hotel by your local tour operator, along with further travel arrangements.
Please check Skyscanner, or for multiple-destination flights check Expedia, to see which airlines can take you to Victoria Falls Airport (VFA), and what tickets would cost.
There are no scheduled flights to Matobo NP. Charter flights between parks are usually booked by your tour operator as part of your safari package.
Please check our Getting There – Zimbabwe page to learn more about passport, visa and other entry requirements.