Ngezi Recreational Park
|Ngezi Recreational Park|
Ngezi Recreational Park is in Mondoro. It is under Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Authority.
See Wildlife, Zimbabwe.
- When to visit: All year round from Monday to Sunday 6 am to 6 pm
- Fee: Entrance and accommodation fees are payable
- The park is open all year around.
- Contact Details: cell +263 773 92 1 795
Ngezi Park is about 80km north-east of Kwekwe. From the main Harare-Bulawayo national road (A5) 71 KM from Harare, 2.95 KM after Selous reach the roundabout, turn left off the national road toward Ngezi Mine, 7.2 KM pass Chengeta Safari Lodge turnoff on the left, 11.6 Km pass Pamuzinda Safari Lodge on the right, 17.6 KM cross the Mupfure River, 24.7 KM cross intersection, 66.2 Km reach Ngezi Mine, 74.2 KM turn right onto gravel road to detour around Ngezi Mine, 82.4 KM turn left at intersection for Ngezi Recreational Park, 91.3 KM cross the Great Dyke, 96.4 KM reach entrance to Ngezi Recreational Park. 
Ngezi Dam was constructed in 1945 to supply water to the thermal power station - Munyati Thermal Power Station. The Recreational Park arose around that, and was proclaimed a National Park in 1956. 
The park is 5 800ha, around Ngezi Dam, on the Great Dyke. The park has 25 campsites which are at Mitchell's Point, Storey's Point, Hammond's Point and Ventura's Point.
Visitors who go to Ngezi Recreational Park are able to partake in;
- Game viewing
- Nature walks
- Visit to the archaeological site.
- ↑ Ngezi Recreational Park, ZFG, Published: , Retrieved: 19 April 2018
- ↑ [Katherine Sayce (Ed), Tabex, Encyclopedia Zimbabwe], Tabex, Encyclopedia Zimbabwe, (Quest Publishing, Harare, 1987), Retrieved: 25 July 2019