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The Hides main area is an A-frame building overlooking a waterhole.
The waterhole, or pan as its known locally, attracts a wide range of wildlife.
Accommodation at The Hide consists of ten A-frame chalets,
and two private accommodation options.
The bedrooms are large and spacious with twin or double beds...
…with en suite bathrooms…
...and an outdoor shower. The honeymoon chalets have a double shower...
...and outdoor bath with views of the pan.
There is also a very spacious veranda offering comfortable seats and a view.
The split level main area…
...is open and offers great views across the pan…
…which often attracts one or two of Hwange's larger residents.
...upstairs is a lounge cum viewing deck...
...and small museum.
To one side in a separate building is the bar and another seating area with the same views.
There's a small plunge pool and deck offering a great place to cool off in the warm afternoon and...
...a fire-pit provides a nice spot to warm up in the mornings or while away the evenings.
A hatchway leads to an underground tunnel, submerged hide overlooking the waterhole...
...and the wine cellar.
By the office is a well stocked curio shop offering a wide range of souvenirs.
Morning and afternoon game drives are operated in open sided safari vehicles.
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The Hides main area is an A-frame building overlooking a waterhole.
The Hides main area is an A-frame building overlooking a waterhole.
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The waterhole, or pan as its known locally, attracts a wide range of wildlife.
The waterhole, or pan as its known locally, attracts a wide range of wildlife.
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Accommodation at The Hide consists of ten A-frame chalets,
Accommodation at The Hide consists of ten A-frame chalets,
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and two private accommodation options.
and two private accommodation options.
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The bedrooms are large and spacious with twin or double beds...
The bedrooms are large and spacious with twin or double beds...
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…with en suite bathrooms…
…with en suite bathrooms…
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...and an outdoor shower. The honeymoon chalets have a double shower...
...and an outdoor shower. The honeymoon chalets have a double shower...
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...and outdoor bath with views of the pan.
...and outdoor bath with views of the pan.
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There is also a very spacious veranda offering comfortable seats and a view.
There is also a very spacious veranda offering comfortable seats and a view.
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The split level main area…
The split level main area…
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...is open and offers great views across the pan…
...is open and offers great views across the pan…
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…which often attracts one or two of Hwange's larger residents.
…which often attracts one or two of Hwange's larger residents.
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...upstairs is a lounge cum viewing deck...
...upstairs is a lounge cum viewing deck...
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...and small museum.
...and small museum.
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To one side in a separate building is the bar and another seating area with the same views.
To one side in a separate building is the bar and another seating area with the same views.
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There's a small plunge pool and deck offering a great place to cool off in the warm afternoon and...
There's a small plunge pool and deck offering a great place to cool off in the warm afternoon and...
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...a fire-pit provides a nice spot to warm up in the mornings or while away the evenings.
...a fire-pit provides a nice spot to warm up in the mornings or while away the evenings.
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A hatchway leads to an underground tunnel, submerged hide overlooking the waterhole...
A hatchway leads to an underground tunnel, submerged hide overlooking the waterhole...
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...and the wine cellar.
...and the wine cellar.
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By the office is a well stocked curio shop offering a wide range of souvenirs.
By the office is a well stocked curio shop offering a wide range of souvenirs.
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Morning and afternoon game drives are operated in open sided safari vehicles.
Morning and afternoon game drives are operated in open sided safari vehicles.

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