On arrival at Victoria Falls Airport you will be transferred by road to Zambezi Sands. This tented lodge is located on the banks of the Zambezi River consists of 8 tents each with a private plunge pool for cooling off in the middle of the day.
Zambezi Sands offers a wealth of picturesque game viewing opportunities - whether you choose to drive or walk, experienced guides take great pleasure in introducing you to the camp's pristine and tranquil surroundings. You can even explore the Zambezi River by inflatable canoe or motorised boat. Your stay also includes one free return shuttle to Victoria Falls for those sightseeing trips!
Transfer by road into Hwange National Park. Your destination is Nehimba, set deep inside a private concession, nestled inside the remote northern region of Hwange.
7 spacious guest accommodations are thatched tents built on teak decks, overlooking the magnificent lodge pan – a favoured spot frequented by a variety of wildlife and large numbers of elephants, particularly in the dry season.
No two days are the same at Nehimba and game viewing experiences are tailor-made to our guest’s preferences, including game drives, walking safaris and night game drives on our private concession in search of nocturnal species of wildlife. Whether you choose to track a herd of elephant on foot with your highly trained guide at dawn or spend the afternoon relaxing overlooking the waterhole on the deck by the pool, this wild and unspoilt bush paradise will guarantee you leave with memories to last a lifetime!
Depart by road transfer and The Elephant Express to
Camelthorn Lodge nestled in the cool woodlands on the southern edge of Ngamo’s famous Plains. Here, you will be treated to a truly memorable safari experience, in pure comfort and style. Enjoy al fresco dining under an ancient camelthorn tree, savour your morning coffee in front of a roaring fire, track herds of elephant by foot, and enjoy close up photography from inside camp's look-up blind. This flagship lodge ticks all the boxes for your authentic African safari experience.
Activities include game drives and walks with an experienced guide. If you like, take an all day activity into the park to visit the waterholes and drop fuel and oil, the so called "pump runs". School and village visits can be arranged giving a fascinating experience of a variety of typical daily village activities.
Depart Camelthorn by road to Victoria Falls Airport.
This itinerary includes the following Camps:
This tented lodge is situated within the western area of the Zambezi National Park on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River ...Read More
Zambezi Sands is unique in that it features not only the Zambezi River and water based activities and some glorious wildlife and scenery, but is also close to the Victoria Falls.
Each of the 8 tents are tastefully furnished and boast an outdoor shower and private splash pool overlooking the magnificent river. To ensure you have an authentic river safari experience, Zambezi Sands will offer fantastic activities which include traditional game viewing drives and walks as well as canoeing, fishing and outdoor dining on the banks of the Zambezi!
Included in the all inclusive rate is: Accommodation, all meals, soft drinks, beers, wines and local spirits, laundry, Camp pick up and drop offs from Victoria Falls Town or Victoria Falls Airport.
Deep inside a private concession, nestled inside the remote northern region of Hwange National Park, hides Nehimba Lodge. By ...Read More
Our Main guest area and 7 spacious guest accommodations are thatched tents built on teak decks, overlooking the magnificent lodge pan – a favoured spot frequented by a variety of wildlife and large numbers of elephants, particularly in the dry season.
Nehimba sits firmly on the edge of the mopane woodlands associated with the north of the park and the Kalahari sandveld of the south and west. All the diversity of Hwange’s fauna and flora is within easy reach.
At Nehimba, you are not another number. You will be greeted by smiling attentive staff on arrival and awed by the remoteness of the lodge, the intimacy of the rooms and the rawness of nature.
Camelthorn Lodge is nestled in an area of pristine woodland just west of Ngamo on the edge of the south eastern corner of Hwange ...Read More
The lodge is unique in its style and design and has as its centre piece a huge ancient Camelthorn tree. On the edge of the Ngamo Plain, and strategically placed to explore the remote and unspoilt south eastern portion of the park, Camelthorn offers a spectacular wilderness experience.
Accommodation at Camelthorn consists of eight forest villas, each made of concrete with a corrugated iron roof. The villas can be configured with either one King bed or two twin beds and include a lounge area. The rooms contain teak furniture and colourful floors. Each villa has a private en-suite bathroom with a bath and feature window overlooking the woodland, large shower, closed off toilet, fireplace, a private ground level deck, upstairs outdoor maisonette with hammock and day bed and electricity by diesel/solar generator.
Enjoy alfresco, savour morning coffee in front of a roaring fire, track herds of elephant on foot, local village visits and school tours as well as enjoying close up photography from inside the lodge’s underground look up blind. Guests can also take part in the ‘Pump Run’, that involves checking the eight waterholes in Hwange that are operated by Camelthorn Lodge. This flagship lodge ticks all the boxes for an authentic African safari experience.
This premier itinerary includes the following Camps:
The Elephant Camp is situated on a private concession within, and bounded by, the Masuwe River and the Zambezi gorges, just 10kms ...Read More
Little Makalolo Camp lies in the heart of Hwange National Park, in one of its best game viewing areas, overlooking a vibrant ...Read More
Ruckomechi is an exclusive tented camp situated in a private concession on the western boundary of the Mana Pools National Park. ...Read More
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