Nehimba is situated on its own private concession in the Northern area of the national park where many of Hwange’s wild residents enjoy wandering freely through the area. The best part of camp life is that it is completely flexible. You may choose to relax on your private balcony with an early morning cup of coffee or whittle away the last of the daylight hours on the main lodge deck with sundowners, watching the wildlife amble up for a drink at the waterhole—during the driest times of the year, elephants can come by the hundreds.
Meals are served on the open-air deck of the main lodge or in the bush and sundowners will be enjoyed at varying locations, as well—Nehimba Seeps, a fascinating open area of land where animals have dug for water for centuries is a standing favorite. A small swimming pool is great for a refreshing dip if you can get there before the pachyderms do!