After finishing the safari with my guests in Mana Pools, I spent a few days in Matusadona NP, on the shores of Lake Kariba. Matusadona was created in the late 1950s when the Kariba dam was built. It was created to host the animals displaced by the Lake Kariba formed as a consequence. It is inhabited by Elephants, Buffalos, Lions and Black Rhinoceroses. Lake Kariba is famous for its stunning sunsets and the dead trees emerging from the trees. Elephants like to feed and mud bathe on the shores of the lake, and also swim when the water is calm and the temperature very hot. The scenery is stunning and provides excellent and unusual photographic opportunities.