Hwange’s Linkwasha Safari Camp Gets Fresh New Look

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Linkwasha Camp in Hwange, Zimbabwe’s biggest national park, has been given a fresh new theme. This comes after the completion of refurbishments and upgrades at the luxury safari camp.

Linkwasha is nestled on a private concession in the south-east of the beautiful Hwange National Park. With multi-level decks, perfect for game viewing. The camp offers luxury and intimate safari expeditions in the vast and magnificent Hwange.

The new theme includes Ndebele patterns on handmade embroidered cushions. Local made baskets and carvings were also added around the bar area.

Beautiful Wall  embroidery
Beautiful Wall embroidery

Generally, the new look tries to capture the local spirit and celebrates the ingenuity of the community.

Eight sumptuous en-suite tents and one family unit offer incredible views, while the main area – including multi-level decks, a pool area and a winter lounge complete with library – overlooks the prolific waterhole.

The “glamping” canvas lodge is a luxury safari for those who want to see everything but also want comfort. It is a place where you can experience true wonders of wildlife but also enjoying the normal luxuries of the world.

Beautiful viewing deck
Beautiful viewing deck

The camp is built right at the mouth of a major waterhole. The views and sightings are just precious. There are also game drives which enables campers to venture deep into the undisturbed areas of the vast park.

The animal viewing experience is one to cherish
The animal viewing experience is one to cherish

Hwange National Park is a vast wildlife sanctuary in Zimbabwe. With a 55 000 strong population of elephants, it is one of the premier destination for true wildlife lovers. The Big 5 are also in present in huge numbers.

The dry season, around October is the best time for game viewing, as all the game have to come and drink at the pans. It might be uncomfortable for some as it is very hot during this time. The past year was particularly tough given the drought and low rainfall but 2020 is promising to be a good year for the animals.

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