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This classic tented camp is tastefully concealed within a grove of false mopane trees, overlooking an open plain in the Linkwasha Concession, in a remote north-eastern corner of Hwange National Park.

Named after the founder and first warden of Hwange National Park - Ted Davison - the camp has an extremely productive waterhole that attracts a variety of plains game and predators and offers a wonderful bush experience. Accommodation consists of eight twin tents and one family unit; a separate main area comprising a lounge and dining room completes the facilities.

Activities include drives and/or guided walks in the early mornings and late afternoons; during siesta time you can watch wildlife from the verandah of your tent, as thirsty animals comes to the waterhole to drink.

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This accommodation is featured in the following itineraries:

Scenic Splendour & Wildlife Wonders

This safari travels to Busanga Plain in the northern sector of Zambia’s Kafue National Park, home to huge herds of lechwe and puku and an exceptionally high density of lion, before taking in the mesmerising Victoria Falls. The final stop is wildlife-rich Hwange, Zimbabwe’s largest national park.

  • When to go: Jun-Oct
  • Duration inc. flights: 11 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £7,795 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea

Zimbabwe Highlights

This flying safari is a combination of some of the most diverse and spectacular wildlife areas in Zimbabwe. The journey starts at the unforgettable Victoria Falls, before taking in the country’s foremost national park, Hwange. The final stop is Mana Pools, famed for its scenery and magnificent wildlife viewing.

  • When to go: May-Nov
  • Duration inc. flights: 10 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £5,995 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea
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Hwange National Park

Bordering Botswana, Zimbabwe’s largest park is a haven for over 100 mammal and 400 bird species. Formerly occupied by San bushmen, it became a national park in 1928. The diverse landscapes of teak forests, sandveld, ilala palm islands, savannah and woodland offer a rewarding and interesting wildlife safari.

  • Where: Matabeleland North Province
  • Ideal for viewing: African wildcat, honey badger, leopard, sable, wild dog
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris