Matopos is known for its combination of spiritual energy, allure and unique beauty complemented by wildlife not found in most other National parks. Set amongst these huge granite boulders are a mixture of grass plains, scrub bush and small dams. The sceneries that are formed by these huge boulders are some of the most majestic in the world. It is here that the hopes, trials and tribulations of the San Bushmen are recorded in the ancient rock art. The caves and natural amphitheatres that are formed by protrusion of granite created sacred living and trance areas before long hunting expeditions for the San a few years ago. Mammal and bird species are prolific and include the highest concentration of Black Eagle in the world. One of the highlights that Matopos offers is the opportunity to track Rhino on foot, a rare and thrilling experience. Amongst these boulders the rasping sounds of leopard roaring echoe through the night creating an unusual wilderness. Cecil John Rhodes known for his extensive travels on the African continent chose to be buried in the Matopos considering “Worlds View” to be one of the best place to view the world from. Game drives, walking safaris, hiking the boulders and equestrian adventures are amongst the possibilities in Matopos.