Nehimba Safari Lodge
Hwange National Park
About Nehimba Safari Lodge
Nehimba Safari Lodge is a new and exclusive photographic safari camp situated in Zimbabwe's private Hwange National Park. Nehimba’s accommodation options include luxurious chalets and a main lodge where you can rest, relax by the pool and enjoy a unique wildlife experience in a remote and previously unexplored sanctuary.
The seven spacious chalets are built on decks made from teak and canvas under thatch. Each unit has an en-suite bathroom and is elegantly decorated with either twin or king-size beds. The chalets all overlook a large natural pan and salt lick where elephants can be viewed in abundance. Wi-Fi Internet access is available if you need to contact work or your loved ones. As your day comes to an end, enjoy a welcoming campfire offering the perfect place to talk about the days' events with friends and family, and enjoy a mouth-watering meal in the dining room or under the African sky.
Nehimba is situated in its own private game reserve with ample opportunities for guests to enjoy fantastic game viewing and game drives. Professional guides will lead you through a memorable bush experience in this Big 5 territory. End your game drive at the waterhole while sipping on a cocktail as the sun sets.
Safari: Nehimba is situated in its own private game reserve with ample opportunities for guests to enjoy fantastic game viewing and game drives.
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