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  • Bomani Tented Lodge

    Bomani Tented Lodge

    Hwange National Park
    Bomani Tented Lodge is a classic safari camp situated inside the Ngamo Forest area. This luxury safari lodge is located within a 5,000-acre remote private reserve, only 1.5 kilometres away from the gate into Hwange National Park. At one time, rolling Kalahari sand dunes covered the area, but over time the rain turned the desert into an enormous lake. Today, the genera ...lly dry and expansive plains are dotted with natural water pans and Ilala Palms, offering a peaceful sanctuary to the countless herds of wildlife that call the area home.Show More
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  • Camelthorn Lodge

    Camelthorn Lodge

    Hwange National Park
    Camelthorn Lodge, the latest addition to the Imvelo Safari Lodges family, is the most luxurious and exclusive lodge to date. They have chosen to build this flagship camp in one of Hwange’s last remaining corners of well-protected and un-spoilt woodlands. Camelthorn Lodge is deep in amongst the Camelthorn and ebony trees. The stunning new lodge offers huge glass fronts ..., overlooking small watering holes and birdfeeders that will attract some of the smaller and less destructive woodland creatures. The main lodge is a magnificent stone structure with thatch roof built in an open U around the lodge’s splendid namesake "The Camelthorn Tree". The Western wing is a closed in dining room protected from the elements with 3 fireplaces. The central portion of the main lodge is an open fronted reception area and lounge. The Eastern wing has open fronted bar and lounge area on a raised teak deck. Within the U lies an open patio area under The Camelthorn, ideal for enjoying leisurely brunches and candlelit dinners under the stars on warm evenings.Show More
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  • Camp Hawange

    Camp Hwange

    Hwange National Park
    Camp Hwange is ideally located in a perfect area, shaded on the one side by a Teak forest, the other side overlooks a large open plain, and close to that are vast areas of Mopane forest which attract a variety of animals and birds. The Camp is run by David Carson, a well-known Zimbabwe professional guide with over 20 years of guiding experience in the Hwange National ...Park. The decoration is sober and has been handled with taste, in an African atmosphere. In the middle of bushes, the camp is on the same level everywhere and will you have a dizzying sensation of uniting with nature. One of this camp’s particularities also concerns its ecological commitment. Indeed the electricity which is produced comes from solar energy. Camp Hwange’s intimacy and comfort are very much appreciated and the best service is absolutely guaranteed. The main building is also covered by a thatched roof with very unusual shapes. It was built there specifically to observe the water source to which many animals come and drink at, next to several century-old ebony.Show More
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  • Davison's Camp Exterior

    Davison's Camp

    Hwange National Park
    Davison's Camp lies deep in Hwange National Park, in the south-eastern Linkwasha Concession - one of the best game viewing areas of the entire Park. It is a classic African tented camp, with the units tastefully hidden beneath a grove of false mopane trees, overlooking a waterhole and open plains.
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  • Linkwasha Camp

    Linkwasha Camp

    Hwange National Park
    Linkwasha Camp is situated on an exclusive concession in Hwange, Zimbabwe’s largest reserve. It is found near the famed Ngamo Plains, where wildlife gathers in numbers during summer. The camp overlooks flat plain and waterhole, the open landscape ideal for animals drawn to the waters, especially during the dry season. Contemporary elegance and safari style are skillfu ...lly blended in the decor and structure of this appealing property. Fresh and attractive central areas include multi-level decks, a pool and a winter lounge. Savor al fresco meals under starry skies, surrounded by the sounds of the wild. Linkwasha Camp is a perfect place to appreciate the natural environment and unspoiled wilderness of this part of Zimbabwe.Show More
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  • Little Makalolo Camp

    Little Makalolo Camp

    Hwange National Park
    Little Makalolo lies in one of Hwange’s most ecologically-diverse areas, ensuring both variety and numbers of animals year round. A large number of waterholes attracts game from far and wide, and with one in front of the camp, wildlife activity can even be enjoyed from the pool and your breakfast table or, more intimately, from the camp’s log-pile hide. Game drives, b ...ush walks and cultural activities are all available at the camp. Hwange's original bush camp Little Makalolo is nestled in a dappled tree-line. Its six stylish tents (including a family unit), with both indoor and outdoor showers, are connected to the main area by teak walkways, where a towering false mopane tree shades a separate dining and living area with views of the much-frequented waterhole.Show More
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  • Nehimba Lodge Aerial View

    Nehimba Lodge

    Hwange National Park
    Deep inside a private concession, nestled inside the remote northern region of Hwange National Park, hides Nehimba Lodge. By combining luxury living with ultimate elegance and lashings of African charm, this Lodge is designed to create the most exceptional safari experiences. The main guest area and the spacious guest accommodations are housed within thatched tents bu ...ilt on teak decks, overlooking the magnificent lodge pan – a favored spot frequented by a variety of wildlife and large numbers of elephants, particularly in the dry season. All the diversity of Hwange's fauna and flora is within your easy reach at Nehimba Lodge. Whether you choose to track a herd of elephant on foot with your highly trained guide at dawn or spend the afternoon relaxing overlooking the waterhole on the deck by the pool, this wild and unspoiled bush paradise will guarantee that you leave with memories to last a lifetime!Show More
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  • Somalisa Acacia Camp

    Somalisa Acacia Camp

    Hwange National Park
    Somalisa Acacia Camp is situated on the eastern side of Hwange National Park. Somalisa Camp is an authentic bush camp which consists of just six elegant canvas tents each of which lies hidden amongst a grove of camelthorn acacias (Acacia erioloba). Somalisa is a small, well-appointed camp which has some interesting features and a lot of great game-viewing opportunitie ...s. A lot of thought has been put into the decoration and furnishing of the tents, which are cozy as well as functional, and the main area is comfortable and well-maintained. The emphasis at Somalisa is certainly on quality of experience.Show More
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  • Somalisa Camp

    Somalisa Camp

    Hwange National Park
    Set in the heart of Hwange National Park, Somalisa Camp offers guests the perfect blend of old African charm and elegance. Tucked beneath an acacia island along the edge of an ancient seasonal flood plain, this camp has breathtaking views of the savannah plains of the famous Kennedy Vlei line. The décor of Somalisa echoes a bygone era. Its pool and stunning main area ... with a view of the pan where the game congregates in large herds offers the chance for complete relaxation, whether it be with a cup of tea or a refreshing cocktail. The use of solar lighting ensures your comfort without interfering with the environment and the area’s natural surroundings.Show More
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  • Somalisa Expeditions

    Somalisa Expeditions

    Hwange National Park
    Somalisa Expeditions is set in the heart of Hwange National Park, and is known as the land of the giants for its big elephant herds. Nestled under an incredible grove of Acacias along the edge of a seasonal flood plain in the heart of Zimbabwe’s largest and ‘most loved’ national park, Somalisa Expeditions is an original, authentic safari experience. Somalisa Expeditio ...ns’ main area includes a lounge and dining area on raised deck overlooking a small pool which the elephants have become accustomed to drinking from. Add to this, the water hole is frequently used as a ‘mud-bath’ and a popular rendezvous for the elephants. The up-close elephant encounters and photographic opportunities with these majestic animals are endless. Show More
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