Davison’s Camp spreads out in the intermittent shade of a sparse woodland of African rosewood (Guibourtia coleosperma) trees, in the south-east Linkwasha Concession of Hwange National Park. The camp was named after Hwange’s first head warden – Ted Davison, and it overlooks an open plain containing a permanent water-hole which seems popular with game. When one of the ‘Expert Africa’ tem recently visited Davison’s Camp, the solitary buffalo grazing around the pan’s margins seemed to have become a permanent fixture. Elephants and a variety of other big game are often seen from camp too.
Our view of Davison's Camp
Davison’s is a small camp which is functional and well maintained but not as luxurious as other camps in the region. Nevertheless it has some interesting features and is in a good location for game.
Davison's Camp: Traveller ratings
Davison's Camp is shaded by the leaves of an African rosewood forest…