Hwange National Park is the largest national park of Zimbabwe (1.5 million hectares). It has a great diversity of wildlife, and has more than 200 bird species.
The standard of professional guiding in Zimbabwe is very high. Full of passion and knowledgeable about every living thing: insects, grasses, flowers, birds and wildlife. With their guidance you may encounter elephant, sable antelope, lion, wild dog and with some luck the leopard. But don’t be surprised to spend 15 exciting minutes near an ant-hill to hear the amazing story of what‘s going on inside!
It is this unique wildlife experience which will make you come back to the magic of Africa!
A typical safari day in Hwange: wake up at 5:30 am, have tea, get into an open vehicle and drive around to look for wildlife. Back at 9 am, have breakfast, read a book, and watch wildlife near the waterhole. Have lunch, have a nap, and at 4 pm depart again. Back at 630 pm, have dinner and sleep. Sounds boring?? It is not! We can assure you.