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Camp Hwange is ideally located in a perfect area, shaded on the one side by a Teak forest, the other side overlooks a large open plain, and close to that are vast areas of Mopane forest which attract a variety of animals and birds, with the diversity of fauna and flora ensuring that safaris are fascinating and captivating. The nearby rocky outcrops around the Masuna area add another unique aspect to walking as the diminutive Klipspringer and Leopard frequent this area. A thatched observation post at the Masuna waterhole is the perfect spot to quietly marvel at the massive herds of Elephants and Buffalos who daily quench their thirst, peacefully sharing this oasis with Kudu, Zebra, Wildebeest, Giraffe, Baboon and many others. The resident hippos serenade the groups with their characteristic grunts and snorts. Doves, Sparrows and chatty Hornbills constantly fly in and around, under the watchful eye of the ever present Raptors. This is a photographer’s paradise, and a visual feast for the observer’s soul. Further down the road the Mandavu dam is also a popular watering hole for the Elephants and all their drinking mates. As the dam is so large, naturally it is home to large numbers of crocodiles and several families of noisy hippos. Walking around this area, game viewing is guaranteed to be a real treat. There are several perennial waterholes (Shumba, Dwarf Goose Pan, Mopane Pan to name a few) surrounding Camp Hwange. As the resident lions habitually walk from waterhole to waterhole, preying on the unsuspecting creatures, whose sole intention is drinking from these life saving waters. So the walks in this vicinity can prove to be adventurous and thrilling. Added to all this the wide open plains make this area suitable for the elusive Cheetah and the endangered Wild Dogs, and is also home to the nocturnal Serval, Black Backed Jackal and Spotted Hyenas. Honey Badgers make their busy presence known around camp much to the dismay of the cooking staff, however, delightful to the clients. The richness of the flora and fauna in this area has something for everyone.


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