Linkwasha Camp lies in Hwange’s south-eastern corner, on a private concession. Situated on the same site as the old Linkwasha, the camp is close to the famed Ngamo Plains, which offer fantastic summer game viewing – to add to the already excellent winter viewing from the camp itself; Linkwasha overlooks a pan that is a magnet for game in the dry season. Hwange’s mix of different veld and landscape types means that game viewing is productive year-round. Wildlife frequently encountered in our area includes lion, large herds of elephant, buffalo, leopard, spotted hyaena and giraffes
Easy and private access to the best wildlife locations within Hwange
Mammal species in the area number over a hundred
Linkwasha is all about luxury, service, location and wildlife experience
Sleep comfortably in unique and luxurious tents
Day 1: Camp arrival
Day 2: Morning game drive. Breakfast and leisure time. Evening game drive.
Day 3: Morning nature walk. Breakfast and leisure time. Village visit.
Day 4: Camp departure
Tailor made itineraries can be made to suit weather conditions and
your preferences. If you have any questions on any activities or
programs, just ask one of our consultants.
Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s largest and most popular national park. Our private concession means that sightings of the prolific wildlife are exclusive and private. There are a wide range of activities available at the Linkwasha Camp for guests
to engage with the abundance of flora and fauna. Outdoor activities on
offer for guests include:
Game drives in open Land Rovers
Hwange National Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe at 14 651 km² with varied habitats and vegetation types – meaning that game drives are exciting with always something new to be seen. (Wind-resistant ponchos are provided during winter months.)
Hwange was proclaimed some 80 years ago and has served as a haven for one of the densest concentrations of game in Africa. There is no better way to experience this park than on foot with one of our experienced safari guides.
The Hwange ‘night-act’ includes nocturnal species such as lesser bushbaby, spotted hyaena, leopard, lion, Selous mongoose, pangolin, caracal, porcupine, scrub hare, springhare and even honey badger.
An authentic village experience takes place in a manner that is respectful to all parties. Usually around four hours and guided by one of the local villagers or a Wilderness guide, it often includes a guided tour of the school, meeting the headman or headwoman and enjoying cultural exchanges with the villagers.
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Linkwasha Camp lies in Hwange’s south-eastern corner, on a private concession. Situated on the same site as the old Linkwasha, the camp is close to the famed Ngamo Plains, which offer fantastic summer game viewing – to add to the already excellent winter viewing from the camp itself; Linkwasha overlooks a pan that is a magnet for game in the dry season.
The fresh, open and airy design of Linkwasha Camp is complemented by an eclectic mix of contemporary interiors with the original spirit and essence of safari. Eight en-suite luxury tents and one family tent look out over the waterhole, while the main area – including various multi-level decks, a pool area and a winter lounge complete with library – has the same uninterrupted view.
Accommodation with private facilities
All meals during your stay
Twice daily scheduled camp activities
Park entrance fees
Selected alcoholic beverages
What's not included?
International and internal airfares
Arrival/departure taxes or reciprocity fees, visa fees where applicable
Any items not mentioned as included
are per person per night and a minimum of 3 nights stay is recommended.
Hotel rates are based on lead-in rooms. Other room types and hotels are
available. Rates are subject to change and different rates may apply
during holiday seasons and special events.