Chimanimani National Park situated along the eastern boundary of Chimanimani district bordering Mozambique in an area of rugged mountain grandeur, enhanced by many spectacular gorges and high peaks rising to 2436m. Several streams are cascading through the mountain formations as well as numerous mountain springs.
Development in the park has been limited, to preserve the natural, pristine beauty and wild landscapes of this mountainous area. Wildlife species include eland, sable, bushbuck, blue duiker, klipspringer and an occasional leopard.
Forest lovers will take delight in the thick moist evergreen forests of the area, where several species of butterfly, birds, plants, snakes and shy cats are commonly seen.