Zimbabwe Game Lodges & Camps
There are so many game lodges and camps in the travel industry that it becomes difficult to work with all of them. Ngwe Safari has handpicked a selection of game lodges and camps in the most sought after and beautiful areas in Zimbabwe. Over the years we have built up good relationships with these properties and assure our Valued Clients quality, excellent game viewing and a memorable stay.
If there is a particular game lodge or camp that you are looking for and do not find it in our list of properties, please let us know and we will gladly assist your preferred lodge or camp.
The Zimbabwe Portfolio has been divided into regions for ease of navigation.
Region – Hwange National Park
Hwange National Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe at 14 500 km² with varied habitats and vegetation types. The park is predominately Kalahari sandveld supporting teak and mopane woodlands, dry Acacia scrub and is interspersed with saltpans and grasslands that support enormous species diverity and provide a true wilderness experience. Hwange has some of the highest mammal diversity for any national park in the world. With over 100 species the diversity is incredible.
Region – Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve
Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is teeming with birds and wildlife, including rara and endangered species – such as the Roan and sable antelop and the black rhino. Famous for its cathedral Mopane forests and majestic ‘upside-down’ Baobab trees, Malilangwe is an area where you will also find over 100 rock sites that date back more then 2 000 years.
Region – Mana Pools National Park
Mana Pools National Park lies at the heart of the Zambezi Valley, where the Zambezi River meanders for 300 km to the Mozambican border. It is a remote, beautiful place with spectacular views of the broad flowing river, floodplains, the tree canopy and the mountains of the Rift Valley escarpment over the border in Zambia. This stretch of the Zambezi river is famous for its four main pools (after which the Park is named – ‘mana’ means ‘four’ in Shona) – Main, Chine, Long and Chisambuk – which are remnants of channels of the river which stopped flowing years ago. These and smaller seasonal pools dotted further inland hold water all year round drawing all manner of wildfe and waterfowl during the dry season.
Region – Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls is a town which lies on the southern bank of the Zambezi River at the western side of the actual Victoria Falls itself. The town Victoria Falls is a popular tourist destination with many exciting activities and off course the main attraction – the mighty ‘Smoke that Thunders’ – The Victoria Falls. Click on link to read more about the Victoria Falls and what to expect from the Falls at different times of the year.