The Hide Safari Camp

Hwange National Park - Zimbabwe

Hwange National Park
The Park lies south of the Victoria Falls, where the wetter miombo savannahs meet the sands of the Kalahari. Once the hunting grounds of the Matabele kings Mzilikazi and Lobengula, and decimated by early European hunters, an area of 14000 square kilometres was placed under conservation protection in 1949 and the Park now boasts over 100 different species of mammal and 400 species of bird.

The Hide Safari Camp
Situated in it’s own private concession, the Lodge comprises 10 en-suite, luxury tents under thatch all of which overlook one of the busiest waterholes in the Region.
The Hide prides itself in fine cuisine, and meals are enjoyed either alfresco, beneath a canopy of camel-thorn acacias or around the grand teak dining table.
The Hide is situated in one of Hwange National Parks most outstanding locations, bordering ancient elephant paths and a vast grassland corridor. Herds of elephant, buffalo and a myriad of others are drawn to the constant waters of the waterhole, and the spectacle of predators making a sudden appearance is not uncommon. There are two concealed “hides” located on either side of the waterhole which offer close encounters and incredible photo opportunities in a secure environment.
Game viewing activities are conducted on foot and in 4x4 vehicles.


Offer includes:
  • Return airfare from Johannesburg
  • Road transfers from/to Victoria Falls
  • 3 Nights accommodation
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner each day
  • Teas and coffees
  • All local brand drinks
  • All scheduled game  activities
  • Refreshments on game drives

National Park fees (US$15 per person, per stay) are NOT included and are payable the the Lodge.

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per person, per night

The quoted price is subject to seat availability in the appropriate class on the services of Air Zimbabwe. Surcharges include airport taxes and fuel surcharges, the majority of which are quoted in US Dollars. Surcharges therefore fluctuate. Single room supplements apply.
Malaria: precautions MUST be taken.
Contact your Travel Agent to make a reservation