HWANGE NATIONAL PARK
south of victoria falls
Hwange National Park is situated south of Victoria Falls and is Zimbabwe's largest national park. This area is well known for its huge elephant population of more than 24000 and large herds of buffalos. In addition, Hwange has over 100 species of mammals, such as zebra, wildebeest, wild dogs and lion, plus a variety of birds, including kori bustard and Bradfield's hornbill. The dry season is from June to October when the game concentrates around the waterholes providing guests with excellent opportunities to see animals. Hwange National Park is accessible by road (4x4 is required during the rainy season) or air on domestic flights..
The Hide Safari Camp
The Hide Safari Camp is situated in Hwange National Park, surrounded by thick trees and overlooking a waterhole, offering a wide range of activities and allowing guests to explore this beautiful and unique area. Each of the 10 spacious luxury tents at The Hide, including family and honeymoon tents, is configured slightly differently, making each room unique. The rooms have been beautifully designed from thatched grass and covered with canvas. The verandah with chairs and a tea table is where guests can sit and unwind while enjoying the bush views and wildlife coming to drink at the waterhole.