Hideaways offers an impressive selection of Zimbabwe safari lodges, including accommodations at prime areas such as Victoria Falls lodges, Hwange National Park, Matusadona and Mana Pools. Each of these establishments sets the standard for sustainable tourism, showcasing a commitment to preserving the natural environment while providing exceptional experiences for guests. With a variety of natural and cultural wonders, iconic species and endless landscapes, Zimbabwe safaris offer endless opportunities for the most magical of experiences.
Our Zimbabwe lodges have been meticulously designed to offer guests an unparalleled stay of comfort and relaxation. Experience the finest luxury as our accommodations provide premium amenities, including plush bedding, private en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, and breathtaking vistas of the surrounding wilderness. Our Zimbabwe lodges provide a wealth of amenities to elevate your stay, encompassing gourmet dining, invigorating swimming pools, and rejuvenating spa treatments. At Hideaways eco lodges, we hold sustainability as a core value. Every aspect of our lodges has been thoughtfully crafted to minimize our ecological footprint. From harnessing solar power and implementing rainwater harvesting to dedicated waste reduction programs, our commitment to sustainable tourism is woven into the fabric of our design. Whether you are looking for a romantic retreat, an adventure-filled safari, or simply a chance to relax and unwind in the heart of Africa’s wilderness, the Hideaways eco lodge collection has something for everyone. Come experience the ultimate in luxury and sustainability at our world-class lodges in Zimbabwe.
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Hwange National Park lodges boasts serene and unspoiled natural beauty. The vast plains, rolling hills, and ancient fossil dunes create a picturesque backdrop for your adventures. The park is also known for its stunning sunsets, casting golden hues across the landscape and providing a captivating atmosphere. Accommodation options within or near Hwange National Park range from luxury lodges to comfortable tented camps, catering to various preferences and budgets. The Hideaways eco lodges offer guided activities and game drives, ensuring that guests have a memorable and fulfilling experience. The park is renowned for its large population of elephants, with over 40,000 individuals roaming its vast plains. Alongside elephants, visitors can encounter a wide variety of animals including lions, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, and numerous species of antelope. The park is also a haven for birdwatchers, with over 400 recorded bird species. Witnessing the diverse wildlife in Hwange National Park is a captivating and unforgettable experience.
Mana Pools National Park is known for its large number of elephants, which are an iconic symbol of the park. The elephants of Mana Pools are known for their impressive intelligence, size, and unique behaviors. They roam freely throughout the park, often congregating near the Zambezi River, creating incredible opportunities for close encounters and observation. While elephants do not typically stand on their hind legs, there have been occasional observations of elephants in Mana Pools exhibiting this behavior to reach high branches or fruits. Standing on their hind legs allows them to extend their reach and access food sources that would otherwise be out of their reach. This behavior is a testament to the remarkable adaptability and intelligence of these incredible animals. However, it’s important to note that this behavior is not commonly observed and is more of a rare occurrence.