Travel South with us from Victoria Falls for about 100km and you will find Hwange National Park. Teeming with wildlife and birdlife, Hwange National Park is where the Big Five thrive.
Roughly 14 650 square kilometres in size, this game reserve is known for its diverse landscapes. Salt pans, acacia scrub, savannah and the sands of the Kalahari are all connected and contained within this national treasure. Mopane woodland, baobab trees and riverine bush dominate the northern region of the park, the Mandavu and Masuma dams drawing game in to quench their thirst. In the Southeast region, surrounded by the flatlands of the Kalahari sands, the Nyamandhlovu pan attracts animals and birds to its waterholes.
As a premier conservation area it offers exceptional game viewing, wildlife photography and bird watching. Accommodation options are plenty at Hwange, with private game lodges and luxury tented camps in concession areas offering premier, 5-Star experiences. Comfortable and elegant with keen attention to detail, they manage to incorporate natural elements to keep guests connected to the pristine, unspoilt surroundings.
With a game ranger on hand to guide, spot, and answer any questions, guests can look forward to being both thrilled and informed. Because that, after all, is what the African bush is all about.