Hwange Safari Lodge is home to the world’s largest population of the African elephant, including the presidential herd, Hwange boasts an abundance of other wildlife including buffalo, lion, leopard and a host of other species.
Sitting at the foot of the famous Leopard Rock in the beautiful Bvumba mountains of Zimbabwe, Leopard Rock Hotel and Championship Golf Course is set in its own country estate and enjoys spectacular views up into the Mozambique mountains.
Linkwasha is found in a private area of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe and covers more than two thousand square kilometres. The area includes many diverse habitats, including teak forests, palm islands, scrub, acacia woodlands and mopane forests.
Ruckomechi is situated on the western boundary of the Mana Pools National Park and is a sister camp to Chikwenya. Overlooking the Zambezi River with a superb view of the Zimbabwe & Zambian Escarpments.