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Linkwasha Camp lies in a private concession in the game rich south-eastern corner of Hwange National Park.

Situated on the doorstep of the famed Ngamo Plains, which offers fantastic summer game viewing, the camp’s excellent location stands sentry over a magnificent plain and a pan that is a magnet for game year round, especially in the dry winter months.

Luxurious and spacious, 8 ensuite luxury canvas tents, and 1 family tent, are constructed on wooden platforms, and feature glass sliding doors opening out to private decks and bush vistas. Units are climate-controlled, ensuring comfortable temperatures.

Fresh and attractive central areas include multi-level decks, a pool and winter lounge; the natural environment and unspoilt wilderness may be appreciated from all areas of Linkwasha Camp. A romantic Star Bed nearby is an authentic and unique way to sleep out under the crystal clear African skies.


8 ensuite luxury canvas tents and 1 family tent

Open Season

Throughout the Year (exception of January)

Safari Experience

Search for the reserve’s inhabitants on exciting, open vehicle game drives (early morning and afternoon into night time drives) and guided walks. Savour al fresco meals under starry skies, surrounded by the sounds of the wild.  As well as an authentic village visit.

Wildlife & Birdlife

Hwange was proclaimed some 75 years ago and has served as a haven for one of the densest concentrations of game in Africa.

In particular, its great herds of Cape buffalo and elephant (nearly 30,000) are a sight to see. Hwange has some of the highest mammal diversity for any national park in the world.

With over 100 species the diversity is incredible: slender mongoose, yellow mongoose, banded mongoose, Selous mongoose, dwarf mongoose, honey badger, black-backed jackal, bat-eared fox, side-striped jackal, lesser bushbaby, vervet monkey, baboon, porcupine, aardwolf, spotted hyaena, caracal, leopard, African wildcat, lion, scrub hare, southern giraffe, hippo, springhare, warthog and Burchell’s zebra.

Antelope often seen in the area include common duiker, eland, roan antelope, impala, kudu, sable, steenbok, waterbuck and blue wildebeest.

White rhino is another special sight to see here.  

Activities at Linkwasha Camp centre on open 4 x 4 Land Rover game drives and guided nature walks throughout the Linkwasha concession.  The area’s large number of waterholes attracts game in both quantity and variety.  In the winter months Hwange is literally home to a Noah’s Ark parade of animals as they come down to quench their thirst.