Featured Destination by SAFARI GURU
Hwange Bush Camp is situated in the remote northern region of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, in the hilly countryside of Deteema Dam, and the Robins area which offers guests scenic diversity with huge open grass lands, natural springs and pumped water points.
Nestled under a canopy of trees, the Bush Camp caters for a maximum of twelve guests in six spacious and tastefully decorated twin bedded Meru tents, each with private en-suite facilities including flush toilets and a bush shower with hot water being made available on request.
The shady lounge and dining area is the focal point of the camp, tastefully decorated with rustic hints of old world colonial charm, reminiscent of those enjoyed by early explorers to the continent.
The bush camp kitchen provides delicious meals cooked on a wood burning stove, and with advance notification, our qualified chefs are happy to cater to guests dietary requirements.
The camp runs on solar but there are charging stations for recharging camera and laptops etc
Wildlife game viewing activities include drives in open 4X4 safari vehicles, or guided walks accompanied by Professional Guides, ensuring safety and giving guests an exciting and educational view of the bush at grass roots level.
The aim is to provide visitors with an exceptional game viewing experience in this iconic national park of Zimbabwe.
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