The lodge is located within a private concession in the east of HwangeNational Park, on the edge of Bomani Pan and close to the Ngamo Plains.
The lodge is situated in shady acacia woodlands on the edge of the Ngamo Plains, in the south-east of Hwange National Park.
It is named after Ted Davison, the first Head Warden of Hwange National Park. It is situated among ancient false mopane trees in the Linkwasha Concession, one of the best areas of the park for viewing game.
Ivory Lodge is situated in the Sikumi Forest Reserve, within a private concession between the main road from Victoria Falls to Bulawayo and the eastern region of HwangeNational Park. Ivory is owned and operated by the Amalinda Collection.
Khulu Ivory Lodge is the little-sibling camp of Ivory Lodge. It too is situated in the Sikumi Forest Reserve, within a private concession near the east of HwangeNational Park.
It is the most luxurious camp in Hwange and is situated in an area fairly teeming with game, within the Linkwasha Concession and a short distance from Ngamo Plains.
It is located in the north of Hwange National Park, within a private concession totalling some 3,200 hectares of game-filled wooded valleys and hills.
Somalisa Acacia is situated within the same ‘acacia island’ of east Hwange National Park.
Somalisa Camp is owned and operated by African Bush Camps, a company that aims to provide an authentic safari experience. The camp is situated in the east of Hwange National Park, in a lovely grove of acacia trees.
Known affectionately as ‘Little Mak’. It is situated in the east region of Hwange National Park, within its own concession and overlooking a waterhole teeming with wildlife!
The Hide was constructed by the Preston family in 1992. It is situated on the south-east border of Hwange National Park, inside a game-rich concession totalling 5 sq. km and two hours by road from Victoria Falls.
It is situated in the western region of Hwange National Park, within a private concession and overlooking a wonderful waterhole forming part of Shumba Pans.
Hwange Mobile Camp moves around the game-rich northern region of Hwange National Park. It is one of several mobile camps operated by Kazuma Trails, a company owned by Antonette and David ‘Bushdog’ Carson.
It is situated approximately 13km outside the eastern border of Hwange National Park, within a private concession totalling 25 sq. km. It is only 10 minutes’ drive from Hwange’s airstrip. The lodge is fairly new, having opened in Summer 2013.
Tom’s Little Hide is a classic safari house situated on the eastern boundary of Hwange National Park, within an area of 5 sq. km. It is just over three hours’ drive from Victoria Falls airport.
Jozibanini Camp is the newest addition to safari properties in the wildlife-rich Hwange National Park. With just three guest tents, it provides a very personalised service!
Somalisa Expeditions is situated on a small island of acacia trees, adjacent to a floodplain. The Somalisa Concession, in Hwange National Park, offers first-rate wildlife watching.
The Private Hide consists of two, three, or even four tents situated on the eastern boundary of Hwange National Park. These tents form part of The Hide safari camp’s accommodation, but they are allocated for private group use.
Goliath Safaris is owned by famous guide Stretch Ferreira. It is situated in the north region of Mana Pools, alongside the spectacular Zambezi River.
It is classified as a Classic Camp by the company, indicating stylish accommodation within remote surroundings. It is situated in the west region of Mana Pools, within a private concession and along the banks of the Zambezi River.
The camp is situated in Kanga Pan, within a remote western region of Mana Pools, and is approximately 15km from the Zambezi River. It is a short distance from the Ruckomechi River and Chitake Springs.
Little Vundu Tented Camp is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, approximately 3km upstream from sister camp Vundu. Like Vundu, it is owned and operated by Nick Murray.
Vundu Camp is situated among groves of riverine forest on the banks of the Zambezi River, in a private concession within Mana Pools National Park.
Zambezi Expeditions is owned by African Bush Camps, the company run by famous safari guide Beks Ndlovu and his wife Sophia.
This lodge is situated on a range of remote hills near the north-eastern boundary of the Matusadona National Park, and boasts breathtaking views of the lake below.
Changa Safari Camp was set up in 2012 by the Higgins and Prestons, Zimbabwean families with an immense passion for Safari Africa. For many years, they had dreamed of constructing a camp in Matusadona National Park, on the shores of Lake Kariba.
Musango Safari Camp was established in 1990 by Steve Edwards, formerly head warden of Matusadona National Park. It is situated on a private island on Lake Kariba, a short distance from the national park.
The camp is situated on its own island, Rhino Island, in the south of the lake, close to the game-rich Matusadona National Park.
Big Cave Camp is owned and operated by the Waddy family. It is situated on top of a vast whaleback rock on the border of the national park.
Camp Amalinda is owned and operated by the Amalinda Collection. It is situated within an ancient bushman’s shelter in Matobo Hills National Park, just 20km from Bulawayo airport.
Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge is located on top of a cliff, overlooking the Save River and Gonarezhou National Park.
Singita Pamushana Lodge is located within the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. This is an area of over 60,000 hectares, bordering Gonarezhou National Park. The lodge is situated in the shade of trees, within lush gardens, and overlooking a large lake.
It is situated on the edge of Batoka Gorge, 200m above the majestic Zambezi River and 10km upstream from Victoria Falls. It is renowned for its truly breathtaking views, described by many travellers as the best in all southern Africa.
It is the closest accommodation to Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwean side, just 10 minutes’ walk from the hotel’s entrance gate to the entrance of the national park!
It is situated 80km west of Victoria Falls, close to the banks of the Zambezi and within a private concession totalling some 2,000 hectares!
It is situated within Victoria Falls town, close to the entrance of the Falls and to the town centre. Built to resemble the style of the ancient kingdom of Munhumutapa with its huge domes, pillars and bridges over wondrous water features.
It is a very impressive colonial building positioned within its own elegant garden grounds and overlooking Victoria Falls Bridge and Bakota Gorges.
Victoria Falls River Lodge is situated on the banks of the Zambezi, in Zambezi National Park It is just 20 minutes from Victoria Falls Airport and very close to the Falls – the spray is visible in the distance!
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is situated on a high natural plateau on the boundary of Zambezi National Park. It is a 15-minute drive from Victoria Falls Airport and just five minutes from the Falls themselves.
It is situated in a remote part of Zambezi National Park, right on the banks of the Zambezi River and upstream of Victoria Falls. It is 45 minutes’ drive along the forest route from Victoria Falls town (one-and-a-half hours by river route).
The Elephant Camp is situated between the Masuwe River and Zambezi gorges, within a private concession. It is just 10km from Victoria Falls and the spray is visible from its main areas and all its guest tents.
Just a short hop from Victoria Falls, The Stanley & Livingstone is a first-class lodge. It is perfectly situated for guests to explore the surrounding area and you can be sure of a chance to spot the Big Five
Matetsi River Lodge opened on the 15th July 2016, together with sister property Matetsi River House. We cannot wait to visit! Both properties are owned by &Beyond, one of the finest luxury travel companies in the world.
Both Matetsi River House and Lodge are situated in the Matetsi Private Game Reserve.
Situated just over 2km from the Falls themselves, the Lodge is also only 1km from Livingstone Town. Its position in a quiet suburb will appeal to anyone who likes the idea of experiencing all the fun of the Falls from a peaceful base.
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