Hwange Lodges and Camping - Zimbabwe
Best time to visit is between August and October when it is dry and the animals come to the waterholes.
Hwange Lodges and Camping is Best For
Directions to Hwange Lodges and Camping
Hwange is one of the wildest parks in Africa and the best time to visit Hwange is between August and October when it is dry and the animals come to the many waterholes in the Park. Hwange has large herds of elephants, buffalos, antelopes and also has plenty of predators such as leopards, lions, hyenas, jackals and wild dogs
At the main entrance to Hwange National Park, is Main Camp, where there is huge variety of game to be found, making Main Camp a very popular choice. Each camping site has water, braai facilities, and communal ablution blocks.Ngweshal Pan, Nymandhlovu and Guvalala Platform all have perfect viewing platforms from which to watch the abundance of game. For a stunning sunset, the Dom Waterhole is an absolute must. Guided walks are also available.
There are lodges which have one or two bedrooms, verandah and well equipped kitchen, and cottages, which have communal dining area with refrigerators, but no cutlery provided. Chalets have one or two bedrooms and verandah, cooking facilities and communal ablution block.
Sinamatella Camp is approximately 120kms from Main Camp, and is a protected area for the black and white rhino, in addition to this elephants, wild dogs, lions, hippos and crocodiles can be seen. There are many beautiful viewing hides such as Manduvu Dam, Masumu Dam, Detema Dam , other activities include wilderness trails, walks and fishing. Robins Camp is approximately 140kms from Main Camp and has lodges, chalet and camping sites. Nantwich Camp overlooks a natural pan, and has three lodges, each one fully equipped and you have all your own facilities.Isilwane Lodge very luxurious and overlooks an artificial waterhole.
Deka Camp has two family units each with two bedrooms, bathroom and toilet, in addition to this they have a dining room, lounge, verandah with beautiful view and kitchen with fridge and stove. The camp takes a total of twelve people, and you require a four wheel drive vehicle to access the camp.
Big Toms and Little Toms are two viewing hides which provide ample chance to view
The game within the park. Other activities on offer include escorted daytime walks, moonlight game viewing and wilderness trails.
For more information visit their website:-www.zimparks.com