Linkwasha Camp

Safari Camp | Hwange National Park | Zimbabwe Nestled along the edges of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, Linkwhasha Camp offers guests breathtaking scenery and exceptional hospitality. This family-run lodge provides exclusive access to the region's best game viewing and fishing.

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With only nine tented suites, Linkwhasha Camp guarantees a private and personalized safari experience in an idyllic setting.

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Highlights & What to Expect

  • Experienced guides lead morning and evening games in search of the mammals and birds that inhabit this part of Africa.
  • You will learn bush skills from rangers and trackers on guided walking safaris.
  • Kick back and Relax by the pool or on your chalet's viewing deck, savoring glorious views in a truly wild part of Africa.
  • Enjoy world-class hospitality and gourmet cuisine made from the freshest local ingredients in the dining area.
  • The Sunken hide offers a unique perspective for viewing wildlife as they approach the local waterhole.

Location & Setting

The camp is located on the edge of Hwange National Park's famed Ngamo Plains. This area in Hwange is renowned for some of the best year-round game viewing. It is a small and intimate lodge operated by one of the most celebrated of all Africa's safari camp operators. Many animals are attracted to the region's waterholes, ensuring exceptional sightings near the camp.


Linkwhasha's nine spacious tented suites guarantee the utmost privacy and comfort. Polished wooden floors and dark wood accents lend bedrooms an airy, contemporary feel, while private viewing decks take full advantage of the scenery. En-suite bathrooms feature outdoor rain showers, deep tubs, and double vanities for maximum indulgence. All suites overlook a waterhole frequented by buffalo and antelope.


The main area features a lounge and dining area that opens onto an expansive deck leading to the pool. You can enjoy drinks at the tree-house cocktail bar or relax and catch up on some reading in the library, which also offers a selection of board games to while away the time between safari activities. Fishing and birding tours are popular additions to bush walks and open-vehicle game drives.






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