Miombo Safari Camp
Hwange National Park
About Miombo Safari Camp
Miombo Safari Camp has the distinction of being the closest quality accommodation to Hwange National Park main gate. The camp is located on a private concession within the eastern border of Hwange National Park, a dedicated nature nirvana that extends westward to link with the Kasane Forest and Chobe region of neighbouring Botswana. This glorious National Park rightfully boasts the highest concentration of wildlife species of any safari region in Africa. At Miombo Safari Camp, discerning safari guests will undoubtedly experience the wonders of the African bush up close and personal, under the watchful and big-hearted hospitality bestowed by the Miombo Safari Camp team.
Hwange National Park has always been heralded as the 'Jewel of Africa for safari experiences and has earned a worldwide reputation for its large herds of resident buffalo, its predators and more especially so, huge numbers of African elephant. On the doorstep of this astonishingly wildlife rich National Park, Miombo Safari Camp is unreservedly one of Zimbabwe’s best-kept secrets.
Miombo Safari Camp offers brand new boutique raised-above-ground-level platforms, atop of which are exquisite luxury safari suites, configured to accommodate two guests in queen-size, double or twin bed configurations. The raised platform guest suites are constructed on top of very strong poles and steel beams, with a sturdy light-coloured wooden floor and double canvas sides with large bug-screen covered windows. The forward-facing folding doors that open out onto the veranda overlooking the waterhole also have large bug-screens and roll-down blinds. In addition to the folding doors, each window in the suite has a roll-down canvas blind that guests can choose whether they have up, secured and open, or down and closed for privacy.
We also offer standard tree houses. These accommodation units are rustic and not of the same standard as the new platform units. Rather, they cater to safari-lovers or folks who are seeking a slightly less luxurious and more rustic bush accommodation. In addition to the raised platform guest suites, there are also classic ground-level thatched roof rondavels, while a large in-ground swimming pool on the sprawling lawn in front of main lodge is there for all of our guests to enjoy.
The balance is required to be paid 90 days before the guests arrive, unless otherwise agreed in writing between the Client and Miombo Safari Camp. In the event that a reservation is made within 90 days of arrival, full payment is required within 48 hours of receiving confirmation of the booking. The All Inclusive rate includes accommodation, all... The balance is required to be paid 90 days before the guests arrive, unless otherwise agreed in writing between the Client and Miombo Safari Camp. In the event that a reservation is made within 90 days of arrival, full payment is required within 48 hours of receiving confirmation of the booking. The All Inclusive rate includes accommodation, all meals, all drinks, laundry and two game activities per day but excludes transfers. Rates include 2% tourism levy but exclude National Park entry fees payable at Hwange gate. Any fully-inclusive stay of 2 nights or longer includes a complimentary visit to the Painted Dog Centre. Please note that guests will be required to sign an Indemnity Form on arrival at the lodge. All extras to be settled in USD cash directly prior to departure. Regret we are unable to process credit cards in camp. see more
Miombo Safari Camp Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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