OUR SAFARI CAMPS
African Safari Walks operates two seasonal camps inside Hwange National Park, Kennedy Camp in the south and Tsamhole Camp in the north of Hwange National Park.
Over your 6-night safari adventure, stay at both camps experiencing each location’s unique ecosystems and resident wildlife.
We specialize in small groups, with each camp accommodating just six guests.
Each camp comprises three guest tents, each with en-suite along with a communal dining tent.
Our seasonal tented camps are ideally located close to waterholes offering superb wildlife encounters, often right at the camp’s doorstep
Enjoy an intimate and exclusive experience with limited guests.
Stay in comfortable wildlife camps and enjoy personalized service from our friendly and attentive staff.
All meals prepared by our top chef and served in our dining tent or by candlelight under the stars.
KENNEDY CAMP (3 NIGHTS)
Located in the south of Hwange National Park in the Kennedy vleis forest, this area exhibits peak elephant concentrations and encounters.
TSAMHOLE CAMP (3 NIGHTS)
Located in the north of Hwange National Park in the Robins area close to the Botswana border, this area exhibits peak lion concentrations and encounters.
ORIENTATION IN CAMPS
Our rustic and authentic camps offer intimate, exclusive and personalized style of wildlife camps where you settle into rustic comfort and immerse yourself into the natural surroundings for a total connection and closeness to African wildlife.
Each camp is fully serviced and consist of 3 Meru-style guest tents with alfresco en-suite bathrooms featuring flush toilets, warm water bucket showers, indoor solar lantern lights, outdoor paraffin lamps, bedding, mattresses and crisp linen.
A power point for charging cameras is available in the dining area.
In both wildlife camps we have a communal dining tent where a chef and waiter serve freshly cooked meals as well as drinks.
There are 3 freshly cooked meals served daily including a 3 course meal dinner every evening, refreshments on all guided wildlife activities, bottled water, soft drinks, fruit juices, tea and coffee, limited alcohol (standard wines, beers, gin and tonics)
Evenings are spent around a campfire recounting the day’s wildlife experiences while enjoying a drink.
Camps do not have internet. We are totally disconnected from the world and connected to wildlife.