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About Hwange National Park

Game drives can be ventured in Hwange National Park from 6 am to 6 pm. Hwange National park is home to the Big 5 and you are assured to the see at least three, if not all five, of the Big 5.

This is the largest park in Zimbabwe and covers about 14 650 square-kilometers. The park is home to over 100 mammal species and close to 400 bird species. The elephants in the park are one of the largest herds in the world.

Telephone:
+263 4 706 077
Things to do in Hwange

Accommodation near Hwange National Park

Khulu Lodge

Sleeps 20 in 0 rooms

Khulu Ivory Lodge is located on a private concession of 6000 acres adjacent to Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. The lodge is designed for...

Jafuta Lodge

Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Jafuta Lodge is situated in Fuller Forest over looking a waterhole. The lodge affords the tourists access to the Victoria Falls as well as...

Sikumi Tree Lodge

Sleeps 26 in 0 rooms

The lodge is located in a 250-km² private wildlife estate and game reserve bordering the Hwange National Park. It is 180 km from Victoria...
R2337
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Gwango Elephant Lodge

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Gwango Elephant Lodge is the ideal location for experiencing African wildlife and the rich cultural heritage of Hwange. Nestled within a...
R6302
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Somalisa Acacia

Sleeps 10 in 4 rooms

Somalisa Acacia, an award winning camp of Gold Certificate from Green Tourism as well as the Design Award from We Are Africa, is an ideal...

Ivory Lodge

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Sleeps 36 in 9 rooms

Ivory Lodge is a small intimate lodge featuring nine luxurious suites set on elevated platforms among the indigenous flora of Hwange Game...
R11020
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Hwange National Park is 521.5km from the centre of Hwange , the nearest airport 132.2km (Victoria Falls International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling