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Solar power, WIFI in the main lodge, cell phone reception

12 rooms including family tent (2 rooms) and thatched bungalow / 30 guest max

Accommodation, all meals, soft drinks, beer, wine + local spirits, laundry, guided game activities, and transfers from Bomani Airstrip, Sipepa Airstrip, or Ngamo Siding
Park fees, Ngamo Wildlife Sanctuary, in-house spa treatments
A 5,000-acre private concession on edge of Hwange National Park
Ceiling or standing fan

Air horn

Electronic safe

Mosquito nets and repellent

Free daily laundry (weather dependent)
Situated on a 5000-acre private reserve within the Ngamo Forest Area, on the edge of the southeastern corner of Hwange National Park
15-minute drive from our own private gate into Hwange National Park
1-hour small plane charter from Victoria Falls or Bulawayo
4-hour road transfer from Victoria Falls or Bulawayo
2-hour road transfer from Victoria Falls to Dete and then a 2.5-hour rail car safari transfer from Dete Railway Station
Solar power, WIFI in the main lodge
9 tents including 2 family rooms / 23 guest max

Accommodation, all meals, soft drinks, beer, wine + local spirits, laundry, guided game activities, and transfers from Giraffe Springs Airstrip, Hwange Main Camp and Dete Station

Park fees, optional transfers

An exclusive 43,500-acre portion of northern Hwange National Park

Ceiling or standing fan, electronic safe
Paging system and air horn
Outdoor shower, indoor slipper tub, bath robes

Mosquito nets and repellent

Coffee and tea facilities in room
Small swimming pool
Free daily laundry (weather dependent)

Nehimba is situated on an exclusive 43,500-acre portion of northern Hwange National Park

1-hour small plane charter from Victoria Falls to Hwange Main Airport followed by a 2-2.5-hour safari into camp.
1-hour small plane charter from Victoria Falls to Giraffe Springs Airstrip followed by a 20-minute drive into camp (Giraffe Springs is seasonal).
Distances by road: Victoria Falls – Mbala Gate 130 km, and 95 km through the park. Victoria Falls – Main Camp 185 km, and 60 km through the park (4x4 is not necessary).
Solar power, WIFI in the main lodge, cell phone reception

8 forest villas / 20 guest max

Accommodation, all meals, soft drinks, beer, wine + local spirits, visit to Rhino Sanctuary, laundry, guided game activities, and transfers from Bomani Airstrip, Sipepa Airstrip, or Ngamo Siding

Park fees, in-house spa treatments

The lodge lies within the Tsholotsho Communal area, inside of the Rhino Sanctuary and is directly linked with local communities on the edge of Hwange National Park

Ceiling fan and fireplace
Stocked minibar and coffee/tea tray

Bathrobes

Air horn

Electronic safe

Mosquito net and repellent
Free daily laundry (weather dependent)

Situated on communal land within the Tsholotsho District, on the edge of the southeastern corner of Hwange National Park.

5-minute drive from our own private gate into Hwange National Park

1-hour small plane charter from Victoria Falls or Bulawayo
4-hour road transfer from Victoria Falls or Bulawayo
2-hour road transfer from Victoria Falls to Dete and then a 2.5-hour rail car safari transfer from Dete Railway Station
Electricity in the rooms, WIFI upon request, no Cell service
5 tents / 10 guest max, hot water bucket showers and solar lights
Accommodation, all meals, soft drinks, beer, wine + local spirits, guided game activities, and transfers from Libuti Airstrip
Park fees, optional transfers
Remote southwest of Hwange National Park in pure untouched wilderness
Open air dining area

Air horn

Outdoor bucket shower (fire heated water), flush loo

Mosquito nets and repellent

Solar LED lighting
Jozibanini Camp is situated in the remote southwest of Hwange National Park in a wilderness unused for nearly 20 years
6-hour road transfer from Bomani, Camelthorn or Nehimba via game drive with a picnic lunch enroute
1-hour flight from Victoria Falls airport then a 15-minute road transfer from Libuti Airstrip.
Jozibanini Camp is seasonal—green season closure varies

The climate in Zimbabwe is tropical, although markedly moderated by altitude. There is a dry season, including a short cool season during the period May to September when the whole country has very little rain and nights and mornings can be as cold as 5°C/41°F to freezing, but daytime temperatures are still pleasant with a great deal of sunshine. In the late dry season, the landscape becomes stark, dry, and dusty, with all the grass having been grazed down to its roots. It is in the dry season when Hwange’s giants (the elephants) are seen in huge numbers, up to 1000 elephants on a single day!

The rainy season is typically from November to March; rain usually falls in heavy afternoon showers, but they can sometimes be lighter and continuous for a couple of days. Zimbabwe experiences winter and summer at opposite times of the year to Europe and North America and they roughly correspond to the dry and wet season. The green season is gloriously lush and green with lots of surface water, fewer elephants but an abundance of migratory birds. And of course, plains game species birth the next generation of offspring, which in turn makes for phenomenal predator viewing including lions, cheetahs and wild dogs.

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Hwange, ZW
01:29, March 4, 2024
temperature icon 24°C
scattered clouds
Humidity 62 %
Pressure 1010 mb
Wind 1 mph
Wind Gust: 3 mph
Visibility: 0 km
Sunrise: 06:13
Sunset: 18:37
To give you a clearer idea of what to expect during your own visit, here’s an idea of some highlights of what you are likely to see from month to month:

JANUARY – Warm and green

FEBRUARY – Warm and green

MARCH – Warm and green

APRIL – Dry or green and warm

MAY – Dry and cool

JUNE – Dry and cool

JULY – Dry and cool

AUGUST – Dry and warm

SEPTEMBER – Dry and warm

OCTOBER – Dry and hot

NOVEMBER – Dry or green and hot

DECEMBER – Warm and green

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