The best wildlife viewing in Matusadona National Park is during the dry season - from June to October. The animals are easier to observe they gather and drink water at the lake. However, the chances of getting malaria are low - since there are few mosquitoes.
Walking safaris are a source of constant excitement, due to the uneven terrains and the huge concentration of African lions wondering its paths. However, if the nail-biting experience is not for you, take a boat cruise along the river or a canoe trip that allow one to explore all the inlets and creeks along the lake.
Bare in mind that the best time to float along is during the twilight period - between sunset and full moon, allowing its passengers to take in the magical atmosphere that surrounds them.