The Hide Safari Camp
One of the few camps in the breathtaking Hwange National Park, The Hide Safari Camp offers its guests the incredible opportunity to explore one of Zimbabwe’s most prized safari destinations.
Guests can unwind in beautifully-furnished tents boasting ensuite bathrooms and private verandas. The veranda looks onto a nearby waterhole — keep your binoculars on hand, as elephant, lion and rhino can often be seen slaking their thirst. After an exhilarating day of game viewing, guests can retreat to the cool refuge of the camp’s swimming pool.
The day’s experiences can be swapped with the host over delectable meals savoured al fresco or in the elegant dining room. Adventures include twice-daily game drives, guided bush walks and exceptional game viewing in the seclusion of the camp’s hides.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Spend an evening in the camp’s “Dove’s Nest”, which is cradled in a large leadwood tree, and unwind under a starlit sky.
- While away an afternoon in one of the camp’s underground hides — the game viewing from these secluded spots is spectacular.
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