Situated on the eastern side of Hwange National Park, Somalisa Camp underwent a complete rebuild in 2015, converting the camp from a simple, rustic property to one with a much more luxurious style. This smart camp retains its location beneath a grove of acacia trees, fronted by an ancient dried-up watercourse known as the Sumamalisa Vlei, and provides a great place to view the large herds of elephants for which Hwange is famous.
Our view of Somalisa Camp
The new version of Somalisa is very different from the original, which had bucket showers and was lit by hurricane lanterns. It now has a much more luxurious style, with comfortable furnishings and top service. The transformation has been done incredibly well, and much of the original character of the camp has been maintained. If you are looking for a camp with a good level of luxury and style, yet one that still feels as if it truly belongs in the African bush, then Somalisa would be a great choice.
Somalisa Camp: Traveller ratings
Somalisa Camp sits in the shade of an acacia woodland....