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Hwange National Park

Situated on the border with Botswana, Hwange National Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe. Its 1.4 million hectares of sandy soils support widespread stands of broad-leafed woodland that during the summer months, despite the low rainfall, are an abundance of green. Saltpans, acacia scrub and grasslands complete this “savannah mosaic”. The Park has one of the densest concentrations of wildlife in Africa, in particular its herds of elephants and buffalo. The scarcity of water in Hwange means that, as spectacular and productive as the system is during the summer months, it is the concentration of game during the dry winter months for which the Park has become so renowned. Proclaimed over 70 years ago, the Park is a crucial component of southern Africa wildlife conservation; it is part of a massive patchwork of wildlife land that stretches over five countries, thus providing a core habitat and a refuge for many species. 

Hwange National Park Hotels

$$$$ Linkwasha Camp Hwange National Park

Honeymoon, Directors favourites

Linkwasha Camp is situated on an exclusive private concession in Hwange, Zimbabwe’s largest reserve.  The camp overlooks a flat plain and waterhole, the open landscape ideal for watching the animals...

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$$$ Davison’s Camp Hwange National Park

A classic African tented camp, Davison’s Camp lies deep in the Hwange National Park, in the private south-eastern Linkwasha Concession.  Named after the founder of Hwange, Ted Davison, the camp is...

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$$$$ Little Makalolo Hwange National Park

Remote Location

Nestled in one of the best wildlife viewing areas in Hwange National Park, Little Makalolo offers privacy for guests who enjoy small and intimate camps with a sense of remoteness. The area is...

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$$$$ The Hide Hwange National Park

Remote Location

Positioned under a canopy of shady trees, the Hide is situated in a private concession within Hwange National Park, on the edge of an active waterhole – it is the only water source for miles.  10...

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