Davison's Camp, Hwange, Zimbabwe

Davison's Camp is an Adventures Camp

Elephant and buffalo have right of way here

Nestled discreetly beneath a grove of false mopane trees, the remote Davison's Camp is found in the private Linkwasha Concession – one of the most prolific wildlife areas in Hwange National Park. Hidden within the shade of the treeline, this classic African tented camp, with eight tents and one family unit, overlooks an open plain and a productive waterhole.

The main area comprises a spacious lounge and dining room which leads out onto an expansive pine deck and an open campfire area, perfect for convivial evening musings or star gazing. The refreshing pool and its loungers are beautifully positioned for idle relaxation, while a small upper deck is an ideal location from which to watch wildlife at the waterhole.

Highlights

  • Davison’s Camp is located in one of the best game viewing areas of the entire Park.
  • In winter, the waterhole in front of camp is a magnet for wildlife great and small.
  • With over 100 mammal species, Hwange has some of the highest mammal diversity of any national park.
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Some things to do at Davison's Camp

  • First time to Africa
  • Travelled to Africa
  • Seasoned traveller
  • Take a game drive through Hwange in open 4X4 vehicles

  • Sip a sundowner at a waterhole, watching game in numbers and variety coming down to drink.

  • Enjoy the enormous herds of buffalo and elephant that frequent the area

 

Activities and Facilities:

Game Drive (Day) Game Drive (Night) Guided Walks Birding Pool Family Room Tented Camp Cultural Experience (at extra cost) No Wi-Fi

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Submitted by: Liz Hart, Mar 20, 2016

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  • Davison's Camp - March 2016
    Mar 7, 2016

    With the long grass the cheetah have been showing off their lesser-known antics and making use of small, easy-to-climb trees as well as their more common perches of termite mounds…

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  • Davison's Camp - February 2016
    Feb 9, 2016

    Mid-February was jam-packed with chefs’ training at Davison’s, where new and old dishes were cooked and tweaked and then tasted by all…

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  • Davison's Camp - January 2016
    Jan 14, 2016

    Summer evenings have white-faced ducks flying circuits around Davison’s treeline and their distinct whistles can be heard long into the twilight…

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“ What is not to like about the camp, loved it, I hope to be able to return one day! ”
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Reviewed by: Liz S, 23 March 2016