Hwange National Park

Overview

Hwange National Park is the most diverse and largest national park in Zimbabwe and to many, the most impressive eco-tourism programs in all of Africa. The dizzying number of species, both is enough to turn even the most urbane city slicker into a true nature enthusiast.

Situated to the west of Zimbabwe, the park nearly touches the Kalahari dessert and he lower wetlands of the east create natural lakes and vegetation for feeding.

With over 400 species of birds and 100 plus animals, Wildlife here is remarkably flourishing. Lions, elephants, giraffes, impalas, hippos, flamingos all call the park their home.

The range is amazingly well set up for visitors who plan to spend a week or two staying on the plains. Hwange boasts almost a dozen different camping sites all over the territory and accommodation is of a very high standard.

Lightfoot Travel’s experienced team design tailor-made luxury tours of Hwange National Park using their own amazing travels as inspiration! We offer impartial advice on the best luxury accommodation for your requirements.

Hwange National Park Itineraries

Hwange National Park Properties

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Davison’s Camp

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Davison’s Camp lies deep in the heart of Hwange National Park, in the remote Linkwasha Concession - one of the best game viewing areas in the entire park. Classic African tented units are …

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Linkwasha Camp

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

If you’re looking for luxury in the heart of the Zimbabwean wild, look no further than Linkwasha Camp. The most luxurious camp in Hwange National Park, this respite of rustic elegance is s…

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Little Makalolo Camp

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Located in Zimbabwe’s famed Hwange National Park, Little Makalolo Camp is discreetly tucked away in a teak forest, overlooking a vibrant waterhole that sees a regular procession of wildlif…

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Somalisa Acacia Camp

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

This luxury tented safari camp lies on a remote acacia tree island alongside an ancient seasonal floodplain in the heart of Hwange National Park in northwest Zimbabwe, an area renowned for i…

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The Hide

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Deep in the heart of what was once the royal hunting ground of Ndebele kings, The Hide Lodge sits regally in the wild, beneath a canopy of trees. Overlooking the waterhole, canvas and thatch…

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