The Chikupu Cave complex, of a total of four caves with rock paintings made by San people (commonly known as Bushmen), is the Mashonaland NNE of Harare. It is a bit of a scramble uphill from where you leave your car, but absolutely worthwhile. According to Peter Garland’s book, these are perhaps the largest number of paintings on one site, in Zimbabwe, and many of them are in excellent condition. A great variety of animals, lines of hunters, dancers.

see also: https://zimfieldguide.com/mashonaland-central/chikupu-rock-art-shelter

Chikupu Cave: white hunter with arrows
Chikupu Cave: overview
Chikupu Cave: detail of the white elephant on the left of the overview
Chikupu Cave: group of dancers
Chikupu Cave: family group
Chikupu Cave: a group of elephants
Chikupu Cave: an elephant-like animal?
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