Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe is home to one of the largest elephant populations in Africa. There are an estimated 44,000 pachyderms inhabiting the 14,651 km² park, which is practically half of Zimbabwe’s elephant population.
While you are on your game drive or even just relaxing at your lodge, you’ll spot a wide variety of our feathered friends enacting their quirky habits.
A night under the African sky in your own private star-bed is more affordable than you think at Elephant’s Eye, Hwange.
Zimbabwe, wedged between Botswana and Mozambique, is a dream destination for walking safaris.
Guests at an African Luxury Hideaways lodge in Zimbabwe had a lucky encounter with one of the Big Five when one of Hwange’s large elephants herds paid a visit to the lodge’s eco-pool.
Elephant’s Eye is a breath-taking 6,000 acre private concession bordering the Hwange National Park, the pearl of Zimbabwe.