Lodges & safari camps in Hwange National Park
Camp Hwange opened in April 2012 and is the latest safari offering from David Carson: a top ZimPro guide with enormous experience ...More about Camp Hwange
The camp has its own concession where the guides are not restricted to the roads enabling you to get closer to the wildlife. The central boma and all of the very comfortable ... reviews...
Situated on the eastern side of Hwange National Park, Somalisa Camp is a small, authentic bushcamp which lies amongst a grove ...More about Somalisa Camp
Service at the camp was excellent, the staff were exceptionally approachable and they have really thought about how to make guests comfortable e.g. hot water bottles and ... reviews...
The Hide is a small lodge, well positioned within a north-eastern annex of Hwange National Park. Independent and owner run, it ...More about The Hide
Nicely located within easy reach of various heavily frequented waterholes. There is a train track along the boundary of the Hide's concession so you don't feel ... reviews...
Little Makalolo Camp
Overlooking a waterhole regularly frequented by big game, Little Makalolo Camp sits in a teak forest in the eastern region of ...More about Little Makalolo Camp
Loved everything about the camp. The entire staff was so friendly starting the moment we arrived at the airstrip - cool towel, cooler of beverages and animal spotting before ... reviews...
Hwange Mobile Camp
There aren't any up-market permanent safari camps on the northern side of Hwange National Park, but at Expert Africa we're very ...More about Hwange Mobile Camp
This was our second safari to Zimbabwe. Our guide, Andrew Dalzell, who we met in 2011 at Mana Pools, was so exceptional that we asked Claire Scott of Expert Africa to create ... reviews...
Davison’s Camp spreads out in the intermittent shade of a sparse woodland of African rosewood (Guibourtia coleosperma) trees, ...More about Davison's Camp
All good enjoyed all of it. star map and telescope would be awesome as night sky amazing. all good, guides interesting and well informed. small points..on the transfer ... reviews...
Ivory Lodge is situated in the Sikumi Forest Reserve, a strip of protected land sandwiched between the main Vic Falls / Bulawayo ...More about Ivory Lodge
Typical lodge, rooms with a good view of the water hole as well as an excellent hide. Again the guide Steven was first class particularly in tracking. His knowledge ... reviews...
Bomani Tented Lodge
Having only opened in 2013 Bomani Tented Lodge is one of Hwange’s newest safari offerings. Although situated just outside of ...More about Bomani Tented Lodge
The whole safari experience was mind blowingly awesome and Bomani made it happen. The accomodation was immaculate and spacious and hard to believe we were in the middle ... reviews...
Situated in a remote spot beside the extreme south-east corner of Hwange National Park, Camelthorn Lodge is one of the newer ...More about Camelthorn
Within hours of arriving at Camelthorn after traversing a very bumpy 50kms track towards Hwange National Park, we saw lions. Thereafter Aubrey, our guide, positively spoiled ... reviews...
Khulu Ivory Lodge
Khulu Ivory is a small and relatively simple bush camp, situated in the Sikumi Forest Reserve adjacent to Hwange National Park...More about Khulu Ivory Lodge
Khulu is charming and very relaxing but within a few minutes of our arrival a small number of elephants had approached the plunge pool that forms a part of the protective ... reviews...
Elephant's Eye opened in mid-2013, and is one of the newer lodges to have sprung up on the edges of Hwange National Park. It is more correctly titled ‘Elephant's Eye, Hwange’ – which is curious not just in itself, but also because the lodge is located 13km outside Hwange National Park, on its own ...More about Elephant's Eye
The brand new Jozibanini Camp is an exciting offering in a very remote area of Hwange National Park. The Jozibanini area, in the southernmost part of Hwange was once the site of a Ranger Station, but was abandoned around 12 years ago, and this area of the Park fell off the tourist circuit. However, ...More about Jozibanini Camp
Zimbabwe’s Linkwasha Camp was first visited by one of the Expert Africa team nearly 15 years ago, around 2000. Shortly after that, Zimbabwe’s politics deteriorated and with it the country’s tourism. Now we’re delighted to learn that Linkwasha has been re-built from scratch and is due to open on ...More about Linkwasha Camp
Makalolo Plains Camp
Makalolo Plains Camp is a well-established camp in a really game-rich area, overlooking the Somavundla Pan in a remote eastern area of Hwange National Park. Its position, nestled in the tree line between the mopane forest and the waterhole, coupled with the area's broad biodiversity, makes the ...More about Makalolo Plains Camp
Nehimba Lodge is one of the newer additions to Hwange National Park’s steadily growing array of camps and lodges. Having previously been privately owned and operated under the same name, Nehimba is now under new ownership. None of the Expert Africa team has yet had the chance to visit this lodge, ...More about Nehimba Lodge