Ideally situated in a private concession within the Northern part of Hwange National Park, just 4 hours by road from Victoria Falls. Camp Hwange consists of 7 twin comfortable chalets and 1 family room. We offer the chance to have a unique safari experience either on a game drive or on foot. Zimbabwean guides are considered to be among the best in Africa, known for their love of nature and the wide open spaces. They will offer you a chance to get a deeper understanding of the mosaic and rhythms of the bush.
Camp Hwange is a 18 bedded camp, with 7 chalets plus 1 family room. Each chalet overlooks a permanent waterhole. The thatched chalets are spacious and airy, furnished with stylish simplicity, with en-suite bathroom facilities for your total comfort. The chalets have their own large surrounding area at ground level with a complete vista of the waterhole so that in the luxury and privacy of your own space you may observe and truly appreciate the wonder of animals in Africa, in their natural habitat. Wanting to only leave a ‘green footprint’, conservation was the driving force in the construction of Camp Hwange. Solar energy provides all the hot water and power to the camp. Building materials have been chosen to blend in with the surrounding bush.
The Fire Pit
This is the heart of safari life and one of the features of Camp Hwange. Gather around the camp fire watching the early morning sunrise, sipping cups of tea or coffee, being warmed by the heat of the dancing flames as you listen to the multitude of bird calls, enthralled by the gradual hues of the skies changing colours as the bush slowly wakes to greet a new day with all its possibilities. Evenings around the fire side are a chance to share with others the sightings, experiences and some of the many emotions that have filled you with perhaps wonder, awe and gratitude, the realization of ‘being in the real Africa’, away from ‘the world’, the soul peace it brings to you as you take time out, savouring a sundowner in the true sense of the word, to then be treated to a delicious dinner. The latter part of the evening enjoying and participating in the tales from your guides and fellow travelers, as laughter and camaraderie complete the perfect day, or if you choose to sit silently and gaze at the vast expanse of the star filled African sky.