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Davison's Camp

Davison's Camp

Deep in the southeastern section of Hwange National Park lies the intimate Davison’s Camp, encompassing just nine private en-suite tents as well as a separate main area with a lounge and dining room. Shaded by beautiful false Mopane trees, the tent verandas are a perfect spot to relax for game viewing, as the verandas look out onto an open plain with a waterhole that herds of elephants and buffalo flock to.

Named after Ted Davison, Hwange National Park’s first game warden, this classic camp offers a unique bush experience. Guests can take a morning safari walk that provides information about the local flora and fauna. The camp also offers game drives in open-air vehicles both during the day and at night.

Situated in a park known for its wildlife, visitors can expect to see predators, such as lions, and leopards, as well as grazers including elephants, buffalo, zebras, sable, blue wildebeest, and southern giraffes. White rhinos are also a highlight. There are also more than 400 types of birds, ranging from the more typical Kalahari birds, such as the Kori Bustard and Crimson-breasted Shrike, to pipits, larks, and raptors.

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