Elegant in style, organic and natural to emulate the incredible African bush of the surrounds. A mere seven sailcloth tents are found on this private concession in the Hwange National Park, making it intimate, quiet and exclusive.The camp is completely run on solar power and uses a water purity system allowing the camp to recycle up to 80% of its water. It’s an eco-friendly safari stay.
Built by the owner Beks Ndlovu, the camp sits under the dappled shade of the Acacia grove. Right there on a seasonal floodplain. Old world charm meets modern contemporary style. It’s a classic bush camp with an African take on present-time features which give it a unique feel and welcoming atmosphere.
Terra cotta, shades of brown and nudes draw you into the seemingly simple yet entirely understated interior where gold features round it all off. It’s luxurious, spacious and the views are amazing, whether on your private balcony enjoying a drink or relaxing in your copper bath tub after a day out in the bush. It’s spectacular.
From dense teak to acacia forest and open savannah. You can expect a raw and diverse adventure of nature and wildlife. On guided walks and game drives you’ll get to experience it all. Elephant, kudu, sable antelope, zebra, wildebeest, gemsbok, roan antelope, buffalo, giraffe, lion, leopard, hyena and there's more.
From the viewing deck and swimming pool, relax and enjoy as the elephants frequent the waterhole in front of the lodge. A highlight when in camp and that’s on top of the excellent service, delicious cocktails and fine foods.
Seven Luxury Tented Suites with extra length twin beds; en-suite with indoor and outdoor shower, bath tub and separate toilet; mosquito nets; fan; battery charging station; seating area with fire place; writing desk; coffee and tea facilities;private viewing deck with outside seating
Dining area; lounge; fire place; bar; swimming pool and loungers; camp fire; viewing deck; waterhole; private hides; complimentary laundry service
Guided walking safaris; game drives; night drives; bird watching; high tea; cultural visits to Mambanje Village (private vehicle necessary).