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 which has been built into these hills with imagination and flare. It offers intelligent historical/cultural activities, relatively easy rhino-tracking, and some gentle safari activities in this very beautiful park. Together with its sister-property in town, the Bulawayo Club, Amalinda combines easily with Victoria Falls and Hwange National Park; this makes a great, and great-value, combination with much more variety than the average safari.
Amalinda: Traveller ratings
Camp Amalinda has been sensitively built around the rock landscape....