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  1. Big Cave Camp **** star 4 four stars Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Matobo National Park:
    Matobo Hills :
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    Big Cave Camp reposes atop an enormous granite whaleback commanding inspirational views across the famous Matobo National Park. Sophisticated African architecture incorporates colossal boulders into a luxuriously appointed thatch lodge positioned amidst ancient Khoisan rock art. Retire at day's end to the natural rock-pool and sundeck, the Leopard's Lair Lounge and Bar, a cave-style boma for pre-dinner drinks or the popular lodge library. Big Cave Camp resides on a 2000 acre private wilderness area that borders Matobo National Park and is included in a World Heritage Area. Accommodation: The seven thatched A-frame cottages, each with en-suite bathroom and private balcony, resonate African creative flair. Find solitude within an intimate retreat as secluded as the original Kalanga grain bins that nestle amongst the rocks. Included is a honeymoon suite as well as family rooms for those with small children. Activities: History, culture, flora and fauna abound in the Matobo Hills. Guests choose from a wide variety of activities, accompanied by a qualified guide. Game viewing: Game viewing is done both on the private property as well into the Whovi Game Park. Guests can choose to walk or view the game from open 4 wheeled drive vehicles to view, in particular, black and white rhino, amongst a wide variety of plains game. Night drives on the Big Cave wilderness area can be enjoyed (depending on the time of the year) to view the nocturnal creatures of the Matobo Hills. Bird watching: Matobo Hills boasts one of the highest concentrations of birds of prey anywhere in the world. Big Cave has several nesting sites on and adjacent to the property. The Black Eagle is one of the more majestic birds to grace the area, and other sort after species is the elusive Cape (Mackinder's) Eagle owl. Big Cave offers excellent opportunities for the bird watcher. Cultural activities The Matobo Hills boasts one of the highest concentrations of rock art anywhere in the world. This ancient khoisan art can be viewed in the both the National Park and even within the immediate vicinity of Big Cave Camp. These famous rock art galleries can be visited on foot or by 4x4. One of the more famous sites is Nswatugi cave, which is normally combined with a trip to Rhodes Grave, World's View, which is a beautiful drive through the Recreational Park. Tours to the nearby Ndebele village and Whitewaters Secondary school provides an insight into the lives of the local people. The school in particular has been supported by guests of Big Cave Camp for many years. To date a library has been constructed, and school fees, science equipment, desks, chairs, sporting goods and building materials have been donated. In times of real hardship a guaranteed meal has also been provided for all the school children. In addition a number of children have had their education sponsored by guests of Big Cave Camp.

  2. Ivory Lodge ***** star 5 five stars Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Matabeleland North:
    Hwange :
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    Ivory Lodge - a small intimate lodge featuring 6 luxurious suites set on elevated platforms amongst the indigenous flora of Hwange Game Park Deep in the mystical teak forests of Hwange is this unobtrusive camp, bathed in the tales of pioneering hunters and explorers. Lumbering giants drift around your stilted platforms, their tusks glinting in salute to the sanctuary of shade offered up by these massive trees. This is Ivory Lodge - place of elephants. It is here that great herds of elephants are found - sometimes over 100 strong. It is also here that the famous presidential herd drinks. Hwange is famous for its huge tuskers - big old bulls with magnificent tusks. The elephants move in seasonal migration from Botswana's dense feeding areas, to Hwange Game Park where they find refuge from the scorching heat at Ivory's water hole. Silently, elegantly, the lodge stands over the waterhole.... watch by flood light under a star spangled African night sky - the elephants in their play-fighting....their display of instinctive rituals, their caressing and murmurings...all which speak of years gone by. 'Driving you Wild' (our in-house safari connection)as a means of transport to and from VIC FALLS and BYO and CAMP AMALINDA.

  3. Mvuvu Lodge - Msuna Resort Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Matabeleland North:
    Msuna :
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    This is one of the houses in the lovely Msuna Resort on the banks of the Zambezi River. The house can accommodate up to 14 people and it is the ideal place to just relax and do a bit of fishing. Mvuvu Lodge has two downstairs bedrooms and two upstairs bedrooms with its own swimming pool, bar, lounge and dining area. The two downstairs bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and twin beds. One of the upstairs rooms has four single beds while the other room has two single beds. There is a separate bathroom located downstairs for the other rooms. The lounge can sleep an extra five guests and the kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering. It has a fire pit and looks out onto the Msuna Channel near the boat launch sites. Boat hire is available as well as a chef.

  4. Shamashanga Zambezi Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Mashonaland West:
    Sapi :
    Mana Pools National Park
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    Tafika Zambezi is derived from the local Shona dialect ?Tasvika Zambezi?, meaning we have arrived on the Zambezi. You will have arrived at one of our most scenic and best appointed camps in the heart of the Lower Zambezi Valley. This area offers fishermen the opportunity to fish for Africa's premier freshwater game fish, the tigerfish while enjoying some of the continent's most impressive big five country. Fishing this section of the Lower Zambezi is an opportunity not to be missed as it is renowned for being one of the world's most rewarding destinations for tiger fishing.Your private accommodation will offer you a view of the largest, most famous river in Southern Africa. Tafika Zambezi camps are fully catered facilities inclusive of accommodation, all meals, refreshments, boat hire, tackle and bait. You will share the pool, bar, and dining area with other guests and, while relaxing and reliving the day's adventures you will look out on to the magnificent Zambezi. Tafika Zambezi Fishing Safaris currently have two luxury fishing camps on the Lower Zambezi, Tafika and Shamashanga offering some of the most impressive sport fishing and game viewing in the Zambezi Valley. Each camp has a team of professional river guides who are there to assist you with finding the best fishing or game viewing spots, preparation of fishing equipment and also with refreshments and light meals.Shamashanga accommodates up to 16 guests in eight large, luxury East African-style tents. The camp is situated near the old G-Camp site in the Sapi Safari Area. Each walk-in tent has a private en-suite bathroom with a shower, and are furnished to a high standard with twin three-quarter beds.There is a large main lodge housing the dining room, bar and lounge area. There is an outside open-fire-pit with fantastic views over the Zambezi perfect for pre-dinner sundowners and post dinner coffees. There is a small plunge pool situated off to the side, out of view of the main lounge and dining area.

  5. The Mermaid Houseboat - Binga Hotel Details
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    Moored in Binga, The Mermaid Houseboat offers a quality houseboat experience.Fully equipped, the boat is available for either fully catered hires or if you prefer, self-catering is available. The partially covered top deck with garden type furniture is secure behind a mesh railing, making it relatively child friendly. Downstairs the lounge is in an open-plan layout and the kitchen is fully fitted.Catered options are only available for hires of three nights and above. The houseboat is fully crewed with a captain, chef and gillie as well as two tender boats to enhance your experience. Please note that fuel is not included in the quote.

  6. Great Zimbabwe Hotel Hotel Details
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    Masvingo :
    Great Zimbabwe road
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    No stay in Zimbabwe is complete without a visit to the Great Zimbabwe Monument. The Great Zimbabwe Hotel is virtually on site, to make it all the more enjoyable, and all the more memorable. Only a short walk away from the Monument itself, the hotel has its own tradition; the tradition of a warm welcome and top quality products and service.The Great Zimbabwe Hotel is made up of 47 neat rooms all with wall to wall carpeting. One significant feature of all the rooms at Great Zimbabwe Hotel is their spacious and roomy layout. All rooms are decorated with quaint conservative furniture that gives them a modest and homely feel. There are a range of different room setups from single rooms designed for one person, double rooms with either twin beds or a double bed. The standard rooms and single rooms overlook a lush garden courtyard with bright country flower beds, shrubs and creepers. These rooms are conveniently laid out in a half moon shape encasing the courtyard, giving the hotel the feel of an intimate family unit similar to the layout of the nearby Great Zimbabwe Monuments. The deluxe suite, family suite and standard suites are located in separate nearby satellite buildings giving them an added sense of privacy. From selected rooms in the hotel guests have views of the grandeur age old Great Zimbabwe Monuments.The Great Zimbabwe Hotel has a range of activities and facilities to cater for the whole family. From the modest restaurant to the comfortable bar this hotel carries the affectionate atmosphere of the countryside. For entertainment the hotel has a range of outdoor activities such as swimming and volleyball. The premises is also located only 800 m from the Great Zimbabwe Monuments where guests can take part in informative guided tours. The Great Zimbabwe Hotel has one bar and one restaurant and both carry the homely and welcoming feel that resonates throughout the hotel.

  7. The Farm House - Matopos **** star 4 four stars Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Matobo National Park:
    Matopos :
    Kezi Road
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    In 1996 the original Farm Homestead was converted into a Restaurant, bar and lodge reception. Now known as The Farmhouse, it is located 48Kms from Bulawayo on the Matopos road, in the heart of the Matopos World Heritage site. The restaurant veranda overlooks the indigenous garden and rock swimming pool, where guests can relax by the poolside or spend the evening around the open campfire in the enclosed traditional boma. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served in the restaurant, where our chefs specialize in healthy, home cooked meals. On somedays we we offer a Braai dinner. Enjoy food cooked on an open fire whilst sitting outdoors on a warm evening under the stars.Guests are accommodated in 12 thatched, Cape Dutch style cottages, which are built on the fringe of a majestic granite outcrop. Each individual cottage has a twin bedded, bedroom, en-suite shower, toilet and wash-hand basin, open plan lounge with tea/coffee facilities and fridge. The Farmhouse Lodge and Restaurant provides the ideal location from which visitors can discover the many natural wonders of the Matopos. Guests can participate in the many activities offered at the Lodge or arrange their own trips in the area.

  8. Wild Geese Lodge Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Harare Province:
    Borrowdale :
    2 Buckland Lane (Off Alpes Road)
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    At Wild Geese Lodge, we offer you the best of both worlds - a tranquil escape from today's fast paced world, set within a private wildlife sanctuary offering thirty acres of indigenous garden and savannah overlooking the spectacular Mazowe Hills, yet conveniently located within fifteen minutes from Harare city centre. Guests can take the opportunity to walk in the savannah surrounded by a diverse population of antelope, majestic Sable, Zebra, Eland and Kudu - perfect for Wildlife photography or bird enthusiasts. The ideal backdrop for all your Weddings, Business, Corporate, and Private functions. Lodge accommodation incorporates ten spacious and elegantly appointed rooms including two executive suites - each luxuriously finished in its own individual urban-safari style.

  9. Antelope Park **** star 4 four stars Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Midlands:
    Gweru :
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    Antelope Park has an array of different accommodation options that will suit any requirement. Some of the rooms are self-catering and the others are on a bed and breakfast rate. The park covers over 3000 acres of savannah grassland and is a superb safari destination. The accommodation options vary from double or twin rooms to the Ntaba Lodge Complex that sleeps 20 people in three units. The campsites take up to six people per site and have male and female ablution blocks and power points on every site. They have braai facilities for cooking and wood is provided. The main camp has an open-sided dining room that overlooks the lawns and onto the lake. Alfresco meals are served for those not wanting to prepare their own meals. Complimentary cordials, tea, coffee, water and ice are available all day and guests are welcome to bring their own liquor. The lodge has a swimming pool overlooking the lake. There is a curio shop where souvenirs and gifts can be purchased. The main camp offers laundry facilities as well as babysitting. Antelope Park offers an array of activities for their guests to enjoy. They are home to ALERT which is one of the world’s leading conservation programs to help save the African lion population from extinction. Guest are able to interact with these wonderful animals, enjoy a lion walk or view some of the cubs. Elephant rides and training is on offers and they provide a bird’s eye view of the park. The bush can be explored at night, by foot, or by horse back.

  10. Woodlands Guest Lodge Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Harare Province:
    Borrowdale :
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    Woodlands Guest Lodge is tucked away at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, away from city noises. The lodge is built on five-acres of parkland gardens with an abundant birdlife. Woodlands is an easy 700 m walk to Sam Levy?s Village shopping complex, which boasts a wide variety of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, pharmacies, mobile phone companies, fast food outlets and cinemas.We offer 10 Standard Rooms, nine with king-size beds and one with twin beds. There are two Suites all designed and decorated with the comforts of a luxury hotel whilst retaining an intimate homely feel. Each room has a separate entrance and its own veranda to enjoy the tranquillity of the garden setting.Woodlands offers secure on-site parking and a free car wash facility is available. Internet connection is available from all rooms and is free of charge for the duration of your stay. With the owners living on site, you can be assured of a warm welcome, local knowledge and personal service throughout your stay at Woodlands.

  11. Camp Amalinda **** star 4 four stars Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Matobo National Park:
    Matobo Hills :
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    Tucked away into an ancient bushman's shelter, Camp Amalinda's charm will leave an indelible impression on every visitor. Some of the most majestic granite scenery in the world is found in the Matobo Hills. It is here that the hopes, trials and tribulations of the San Bushmen are recorded in the ancient rock art. Mammal and bird species are prolific and include the highest concentration of Leopard and Black Eagle in the world. Rated one of Africa's top ten boutique lodges by Conde Naste Traveller in 1998. Camp Amalinda consists of 9 individually thatched rooms including two romantic Honeymoon suites. You'll notice when entering your 'cave' like suite, the stark contrast between rough granite and uncompromisingly high levels of comfort, style and class - all in the keeping with its surrounds. Each suite has been individually designed around great boulders and each differs in ambience in order to create a romantic feel without losing the vital soul of Africa herself. The honeymoon suites pay tribute to two great men - CJ Rhodes and King Lobengula - both suites are decorated by a mix of traditional, historic and nostalgic memorabilia. The lounge and entertainment area is tucked away into a bushman shelter with a panoramic view of the Matobo Hills. Delicious meals are served on a massive teak table in the open air dining room. A cosy library contains some of the old 'African Classics', whilst a secluded chess room, located amongst the tree tops guarantees peace and tranquillity. For the wine connoisseur, we recommend a visit to our natural cave wine cellar. At the base of the camp is Amalinda's famous 'rock' swimming pool - naturally shaped and carved over centuries by rain and wind erosion from a massive granite dome. It is here where African memories are made. Safari Spa - amongst this most miraculous granite backdrop is an irresistible treasure worth experiencing......drift away on crisp linen, whilst the scents of Ancient African aromas swirl under the canopy of thatch and rock. Drops of aromatherapy oils are added to generous amounts of carrot and nut oils for that exclusive and private massage. Sauna also available. Camp Amalinda is a spiritual sanctuary which incorporates the sensitive beauty of the magnificent Matobo Hills and Africa's wide-open spaces.

  12. Kanga Camp Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Mashonaland West:
    Kanga Pan :
    Mana Pools National Park, Ruckomechi River
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    Set in the most remote part of the World Heritage Site in the Mana Pools is the Kanga Pan, not too far from the Chitake Springs. This diverse area has multiple open 'vlei' lines, river systems of the Ruckomechi River.The tented camp has en-suite bathroom facilities, outdoor showers and basins overlooking the waterhole. One of the tents is a family tent with its own private dining and seating area. Relax in the upper deck lounge under the shade of a mahogany or sit on the deck below near the splash pool and enjoy Kanga, the old Africa in a new era.The Kanga Pan itself is the only known water source available throughout the year, making it a hub for wildlife and a delight to explore on foot. This pristine and undeveloped area gives you a pure, unspoilt, private African safari experience. Besides game drives and walking excursions, an hour?s drive brings you to the Zambezi flood plains in Mana Pools which is great for canoeing and fishing. One of the main highlights during your stay is 'Kanga under the Stars'; this is an opportunity to sleep on an open platform and experience the magnificence of the African night sky.All rates include accommodation, all meals, all beverages except premium imported spirits and champagne, two gameviewing activities per day, national park entry fees, laundry and transfers from nearest airstrip.

  13. Sundowner Zambezi Lodge Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Matabeleland North:
    Hwange :
    Plot 9, Deka, Zambezi River
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    Sundowner Zambezi Lodge is situated close to the confluence of the Deka and mighty Zambezi River. The lodge overlooks one of the most beautiful bends of this magnificent river and, situated 140 km from the famous Victoria Falls and 150 km from Hwange National Park, makes an ideal location. Guests are accommodated in spacious natural stone en-suite lodges with sweeping views. The lodge also offers a bar, dining room, recreational area, braai area, and a stunning veranda where you can watch the resident hippo and Fish eagles. To cool off on those hot days, a sparkling swimming pool is available set behind the thatched boma for guests’ privacy. Staff are on hand at all times for your convenience. The lodge is located a stone's throw away from the river, giving anglers easy access to famous Tiger fishing areas that have stood the test of time. Fishing is explosive in this region, with a variety of freshwater sport fish to keep anglers on the edge of their seats. Catch varieties like the famous Tiger fish, nkupe, chessa, bream and vundu. Boats are available with experienced guides who will show you where to fish and teach you the techniques, should you wish. In addition, there are a number of beautiful walks in the area, and guests can be accompanied by one of our experienced guides. The surrounding bush around the lodge ranges from riverine forest to Mopani woodlands, thus offering a diversity of birdlife and landscape. Game-viewing can also be arranged at the Hwange National Park.

  14. Aberfoyle Lodge ***** star 5 five stars Hotel Details
    Zimbabwe: Nyanga National Park:
    Honde Valley :
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    Set amongst the tea estates of the Eastern Highlands Plantations in the Honde Valley and tropical Riparian Forest, this unique lodge has got to be Zimbabwe's best kept travel secret. The lodge provides luxurious accommodation for guests and is the ideal venue for family reunions, small conferences or as a quiet getaway. Affordable meals are served all day from the restaurant whilst the well-stocked bar will keep even the thirstiest guest well hydrated and cool in the heat of the Honde Valley. The lodge boasts a 9-hole golf course, swimming pool, squash court, table tennis, dartboard, pub, snooker room and a lounge with DStv. Apart from the wonderful services and facilities at the lodge, there are guides on hand to take guests horse riding on the many trails surrounding the lodge; birding; canoeing and fishing on the Wamba Dam, and arboreal walks through the tropical Riparian Forests. Guided tours of the Wamba Tea Factory and the hydroelectricity plant can be organised. Guests can purchase choice tea as well as visit the Carving Factory. Special mention must be made of the birding. Aberfoyle is unique in its variety of avifauna and at an altitude of only 500 m, it complements the nearby high altitude birding destinations of the Montane Forests and the grasslands of Far and Wide's wild Nyanga resorts. In addition, Far and Wide Zimbabwe offers incredible white water rafting and kayaking on the Pungwe River and will soon be introducing tree canopy tours and rope courses, as well as orienteering and extended overnight hikes into the remote mountain wilderness areas that surround the lodge.

  15. Lady May Hotel Details
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    Binga :
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    The true lady of the lake, the Lady May speaks of sleek, beautiful and spacious houseboat accommodation, set along the waters of the worlds largest artificial lake. Below deck four air-conditioned cabins accommodate eight guests, while upstairs the deck provides a vast space with sheltered lounge area, glass-fronted bar fridge, open-air Jacuzzi and lush loungers.Two tender boast are always available for up close and personal viewing, with an expert field guide. The boat has an experience crew of four, that will ensure your journey along the lake's legendary waters is one of complete peace, relaxation and adventure, of course.

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