Hwange

Hwange

Hwange National Park is world renowned, and one visit there will leave you in no doubt as to why. For some of the best possibly big and small game viewing, this is the place to visit. During the “Green Season” of the summer months (December – April), the game does disperse and sighting will decrease, but there is always the possibility of that special moment you will remember forever. The “Dry Season” (May – November) brings with it the huge herd of elephant that congregate around the waterholes. With temperatures in Hwange often reaching the mid-30s, these many huge animals consume an amazing amount of water. Through various means, a good number of waterholes in the Park have pumped water from nearby boreholes. This makes for great game viewing and one can sit alongside a waterhole and watch the animals come and go. Bird lovers will also love Hwange with up to 400 known species occurring in the different areas and terrains.

There are numerous outstanding camps in and around the National Park…

Bomani

Situated on the southern boundary of the Park which offers standard, deluxe and luxury accommodation – some of which are tents on decks overlooking the vlei, and others on ground level watch over a pan immediately in front of the lodge. Part of the charm of this camp is its remoteness offering you a true safari experience. Accommodation, meals, transfers and activities are all included in the rate.

Camelthorn

This is a new luxury partner to Bomani, bordering the southern boundary of the Park. Superb accommodation and meals will enrich your game viewing experience.

Sable Sands Lodge

This lodge is conveniently situated not too far off the beaten track on the Dete Vlei. Rooms are large, comfortable rondavels under thatch which circle the central swimming pool. The main lodge and lounge overlooks the Dete Vlei on which the game drive congregates. Game drives can be done on the concession or into the Park itself. This lodge offers different meal plan rates, with or without activities included.