Our Sustainable Initiatives at Elephant’s Eye

Tales from the Bush

Hideaways Hwange safari lodge Elephants Eye remain committed to sustainable initiatives and creating a bespoke African safari experience. This will ensure the sustainable conservation of the wilderness area where we operate by developing and implementing sustainable initiatives.

Our luxurious lodge, Elephant’s Eye, has been designed to touch the earth lightly, from using eco-friendly products in the kitchens and bathrooms to building the lodge from reclaimed materials and much more. We are proud of the extensive measures we have taken to keep our lodge as eco-friendly as possible whilst offering an authentic and personalised stay for our guests.

We have focused on the following areas for our sustainable initiatives; water usage, reduced waste, energy saving, community involvement, clean energy and organic focus.

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Mana Pools Game Viewing
Safari Upon Water

When one travels, one searches for different perspectives. We seek change. Of scenery, of mind, of conversation and stimulus. We

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Explore our Destinations

Kazuma Forest Reserve - Elephant

Kazuma Forest Reserve, Botswana

Bordered by Chobe National Park in Botswana and Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, Kazuma Forest Reserve is home to a diverse range of wildlife. This

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

The glorious phenomenon of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and should definitely be included on any safari

Mogotlho Mokoro Experience with Elephants

Moremi Game Reserve, Zimbabwe

Moremi Game Reserve located in Northern Botswana may be one of Africa’s best kept secrets. This breathtaking wildlife haven comes alive when the Okavango Delta

Lake Kariba Dam

Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe

Lake Kariba is the world’s largest man-made lake and reservoir by volume. It lies approximately 1 300 kilometers upstream from the Indian Ocean, along the