Located in Hwange National Park, in the Linkwasha Concession, Davison's Camp provides guests with a classic tented experience. Overlooking a waterhole and open plain, Davison's owns an excellent situation in prime game viewing territory, with big game predators like lion often spotted and elephants congregating in large herds. There is also the chance to spot rare and critically endangered white rhino. The waterhole is a huge draw for surrounding wildlife and the casual game viewing guests can enjoy is excellent. From the lounge or tent veranda guests can look on as game come down to drink. In summer, wildebeest, zebra and eland are found in abundance here, while in winter the waterholes are magnets for large numbers of elephant.
Tents are tucked away under mopane trees and are quite spacious. Davison's Camp offers only 9 tents in total, 8 of which are standard and one tailored to families. The property would be better suited to older children, with the area around camp completely unfenced and open to the wilderness. Tents are relatively simplistic, with a canvas roof and concrete floor. However, accommodation is comfortable with twin or double beds and en-suite bathrooms. It's a good option for those wishing to escape the modern world and everyday bustle of life, although not as luxurious as other camps Davison's makes up for this by providing an authentic wildlife experience.
Drive times - 7 hours 30 min drive from Bulawayo and 5 hours from Victoria Falls. Flight times - 55 min charter flight from Victoria Falls and 1 hour 5 minutes from Bulawayo.
Guided walks, game drives and wildlife viewing.
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They really cannot do enough to make your stay memorable, always available for any request you may have, friendly, warm and welcoming. The game viewing was superb as was our guide Douglas who when hearing over the radio there were cheetah in the area treated us to a Ferrari Safari to make sure we saw them. Would return in a heartbeat.
Wonderful camp with comfortable tent, good food, helpful staff. Cameron, one of the managers, even helped get me some cough medicine as I became ill during the trip. Cameron also set up a romantic anniversary dinner, with candles and festive table decorations.
I don't know if it was worth all the traveling in order to stay at this camp for 2 days. Game viewing was good, but…
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