Just to the north of South Africa lies a magical, largely undiscovered triangle of safari heaven – especially for the more seasoned safari goers.
What you should know about elephant migration in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park – the world’s largest transfrontier conservation area.
A fantastic sighting as two spotted hyenas steal a kill from a wild dog in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe.
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.
Imagine sitting at a pool in the middle of the African bush and all of a sudden the local elephants wander down for a drink?
The Hide seem to have some new maintenance managers! Check out this video of a pride of lions playing with some rubber pipes near camp.
The Hide safari camp are celebrating 25 years of exceptional safari Journeys!
Escape the noise, hustle and bustle of the modern world at Elephant’s Eye, Hwange lodge.