Somalisa Camp offers guests a breathtaking view of the golden savanna plains of Hwange. A place where in one moment you sip your gin and tonic and listen to the distant roar of the lions, while in the next moment you look at a herd of elephants just a few meters away. Hwange National Park is a place of contrasts, from dense teak and acacia forests to wide, open savannahs.
This intimate bush camp is perfect for a relaxing Hwange safari with family or friends. The elegant style is imbued with natural wood and the organic features of the bush. Kudhinda, the national material of Zimbabwe, is paired with modern decorative influences, creating an authentic contemporary African style. A fully equipped solar system and a water purification system enable the camp to recycle 80% of the water it uses. So Somalisa Camp is a leader in environmentally friendly safari accommodations. It was awarded the first GOLD Green Tourism Certification in Zimbabwe.
The seven tastefully furnished canvas tents are located in a private concession in the heart of the Hwange National Park. Here, nature and luxury merge seamlessly.
The guest tents are equipped with modern features such as a fan, a battery charging station, a wood-burning fireplace and a private viewing platform. The bathroom, which deserves a special mention, is inspired by the romance of yesteryear, has an indoor and an outdoor bathroom and offers a copper bathtub and an endless view over the wide plains.
Explore the legendary Hwange National Park with a variety of activities during your stay at Somalisa Camp. Activities include walking safaris, game drives, bird watching and cultural visits. All activities are included in your stay and are led by qualified and passionate guides.
Hwange is known as "the land of the grey giants" because of its large herds of elephants. On the edge of the spacious deck in the main area of the camp is a pool that is frequented by elephant families - a real highlight!
A forgotten piece of earth near the famous Victoria Falls. The national park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe.
Wonderful acacia landscapes directly on the Zambezi. Wild dogs are often spotted at the Mana Pools.
Here wooded highlands and deep valleys alternate, the landscape is often covered by a thick blanket of fog ("vumba").
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