Hwange National Park

Zimbabwe’s oldest and largest national park.

With over 100 species of animal and 400 species of bird, Hwange offers a guiding paradise. Hwange is the oldest and largest National Park in Zimbabwe (the size of Belgium!).

It is renowned for its vast elephant populations, large lion prides, and 1000- strong herds of Buffalo. It is the guiding capital of the country with some of the world’s most recognized “bushmen” having plied their trade in the area.

The course takes place in a private concession that borders the National Park. With no fences in the area, animals move freely between the park and the reserves.

Being in a private concession we have the freedom to conduct walks and night drives. The most important part of guiding is the safety of your guest, and this gives us the opportunity to track and approach the dangerous game on foot, reading and learning the signs around us.

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