The owner-run Camp Amalinda sits in a 300-acre (1.2km2) private concession of the Matobo Hills National Park. In a spectacular setting amongst the ancient boulders of the hills, it’s a comfortable lodge with buildings that have been cleverly designed into the rocks – lending the impression that it has almost grown out of the landscape itself.
Our view of Amalinda
Camp Amalinda is a highly original camp. It has been built into the Matobo Hills with an imagination and flare that not only incorporates its natural surroundings with great style and comfort, but also pays homage to the area’s history. It offers intelligent historical and cultural activities, relatively easy rhino tracking, and some gentle safari activities that pleasantly contrast with and complement the more safari-focused camps in the larger national parks. It’s a great camp in a stunning area, and it’s well worth a visit.
Amalinda: Traveller ratings
Camp Amalinda has been sensitively built around the rock landscape....