Lion & Cheetah Park
Zimbabwe's top private wildlife attraction
Just 40 minutes from Harare town centre and 50 minutes from Harare International Airport, Lion and Cheetah Park is the perfect day out. With 500 acres of pristine bush to drive through and variety of exciting variety of walk up and drive round enclosures, there is no better way to meet Zimbabwe's iconic wildlife up close and personal.
$15 USD Adult
$10 USD Child
Including entry to Snake World
Lion And Cheetah Park was founded in the 1970’s by the Bristow family, who still own it today. Set amid towering balancing rocks that define the unique Zimbabwean landscape, this stunning reserve captures the beauty of our beloved country. Come as a day guest with no prior booking and enjoy wildlife viewing from the comfort of your own vehicle and discover ancient bushman rock paintings, considered to be over 5,000 years old.
As well as the game park self-drive, you can visit our kiosk and take a guided walking tour around the animal enclosures to meet rare white lions, tawny lions, wolves, jackal, monkeys, warthogs and bush pigs, many of whom have been rescued from snares, traps and the illegal pet trade. Where possible we offer a home to “problem animals” that would otherwise be killed.
After standing face to face with a lion, tuck into a tasty lunch at the Shumba Café, visit the gift shop and let the kids burn off energy in the playground. This exciting day trip is educational and accessible to everyone of all ages and backgrounds.
After your visit to the Lion and Cheetah Park, why not head to our neighbouring property "Snake World" to meet an array of amazing reptiles like crocodiles, snakes, chameleons and monitor lizards. Find out about about their biology, management and why their conservation is so important to human health.
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Our onsite education centre is sponsored and run by “SPANA” and Zimbabwean founded “AWARE Trust” and provides important educational training for local children and teachers to be better understand animal welfare and conservation.
The interactive display guides children through concepts of animal care, the 5 freedoms, and why it is important to look after pets and livestock such as dogs and donkeys.
It is just one of the ways we get involved with supporting conservation efforts and local capacity building.