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“Little Makalolo Camp is an authentic bush camp overlooking a waterhole in the private Linkwasha concession. It ensures excellent game viewing and high quality guiding, without sacrificing any creature comforts. Be sure to spend some time in the famous ‘logpile’ hide on the edge of the waterhole for some amazing encounters of elephants in particular, as they make their way to quench their thirst.”
Located in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, Little Makalolo Camp is tucked away in a teak forest, overlooking a vibrant waterhole that sees a regular procession of wildlife coming down to drink.
The camp offers the luxury of privacy for guests who enjoy an exclusive experience in the remote wilderness. Just six traditional African tents (including one family unit) sit on site, offering spacious accommodations with en suite bathrooms featuring indoor and outdoor showers. Linking the tents to the main area are teak walkways that wind to the centre of camp, where there's a separate dining and living area with an open fire.
Wildlife is the heart of every visit, with opportunities to view incredible game. On morning and mid-afternoon game drives in open 4x4s, and on walks with an expert guide, guests can expect to see large antelope herds, loping giraffes, and majestic elephants. Birdlife is also abundant in the area, with over 400 species recorded in the park.