Hwange Safari Lodges

There is only one way to immerse oneself in this incredible ecosystem – by staying in one of the many Hwange safari lodges dotted throughout the park

When it comes to experiencing the raw beauty and wildlife of Africa, there’s no better place than Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. This natural haven is home to one of the largest populations of elephants in Africa and also teems with other species like lions, cheetahs, hyenas and plains game like buffalo, giraffes, waterbuck and zebra.

Hwange experiences

Hwange safari lodges offer a unique and unforgettable way to experience the African wilderness. Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or a first-time safari-goer, these lodges provide a luxurious and comfortable base from which to explore the park’s vast expanse.

One of the best things about staying in a Hwange safari lodge is the opportunity to witness the park’s incredible wildlife up close. Many of the lodges offer game drives led by experienced guides. The guides will take you through the park in search of the spectacular Big Five and countless other interesting species. You’ll also have the opportunity to scan the sky for the park’s diverse birdlife, with more than 400 species present.

In addition to game drives, Hwange offers a range of other activities to ensure the trip of a lifetime. Walking safaris allow visitors to explore the park on foot and get a closer look at the smaller creatures that are often missed on game drives. You can also take a drive to one of the park’s many waterholes. Here you’ll have the chance to observe a myriad of animals quench their thirst under the hot African sun.

Hwange safari lodges

When it comes to accommodation, Hwange offers something for everyone. From luxury tented camps to traditional thatched-roof lodges, there are plenty of options to suit every taste and budget. Some lodges offer all-inclusive packages that include meals, drinks, and activities, while others allow guests to tailor-make their own experience. No matter which Hwange safari lodge you choose, you’ll be treated to warm Zimbabwean hospitality and exceptional service.

When planning your safari, it is important to choose the right lodge for your needs and preferences. Consider your budget, your preferred level of luxury, and the activities that are most important to you. Some lodges offer more cultural activities, while others focus on wildlife viewing. Some lodges are located in more remote areas, while others are closer to towns and villages.

Nantwich Lodge and Elephant’s Eye Tented Camp are two Hwange safari lodges offering guests unparalleled experiences in one of Africa’s most spectacular national parks. With stunning locations, comfortable accommodations, delicious cuisine, and outstanding wildlife viewing opportunities, they should be included on every safari enthusiast’s bucket list.

Nantwich Lodge

Nantwich Lodge is a Hwange safari lodge located in a private concession in the southeastern part of the park, providing guests with exclusive and intimate wildlife encounters. There is a waterhole right in front of the property, giving guests the opportunity to sit on their verandas and watch as the animals come to drink and graze on the surrounding plain.

The lodge offers daily game drives, where guests can explore the park with experienced guides and get up close to some of Africa’s most iconic wildlife. For the more adventurous, there are a variety of activities on offer, including bird watching, walking safaris, and visits to local communities.

Elephant’s Eye Tented Camp

Elephant’s Eye Tented Camp, a luxury Hwange safari lodge, is nestled in a private concession bordering the park. Situated among towering trees and overlooking a waterhole, guests get an up-close and personal view of the park’s abundant wildlife.

Staying at the camp, guests can explore Hwange’s diverse landscape and wildlife. Guided game drives, bush walks and night drives are also available. All the activities are led by experienced and highly knowledgeable guides who will make the wilderness come alive with their unique insight into the local fauna and flora.

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