Getting There – Matusadona NP
Matusadona National Park is located in the northwest of the country on the shore of Lake Kariba and is 470km/292mi northwest of Harare. The drive into the park from Victoria Falls is very rough and needs a 4WD. In the Wet season from November to May, the road tends to be unnavigable.
The best way to get to Matusadona is by chartered plane or by boat across the lake from Kariba, which is 18km away.
Victoria Falls Airport (VFA) is your main point of entry into Zimbabwe in most cases. Alternatively, you can fly to Harare International Airport (HRE) and fly or drive from there. Your pick-up from the airport will be arranged by your local tour operator as part of your safari package.
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.
Arrangements for flights between parks are usually handled by your tour operator as part of your safari package. There are no scheduled domestic flights to Matusadona or nearby Kariba.
Please check our Zimbabwe – Getting There page to learn more about passport, visa and other entry requirements.