Linkwasha Camp

Found in the south eastern corner of Hwange National Park, Linkwasha Camp is tucked away in the magnificent Linkwasha Concession. You can expect phenomenal game viewing from this excellent camp, particularly so in the summer months with the Ngamo Plains found nearby. You can also enjoy casual game viewing with the camp overlooking a pan popular with local wildlife.

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Accommodation is tented, boasting 9 en-suite tents and one dedicated to family use. All of the tents are stylish; sporting contemporary, safari chic interiors and overlooking a waterhole, which is often frequented by game. The main camp area is split across a number of different decks and consists of a lounge, library and pool. The camp's superb activities take full advantage of Hwange's game rich plains - game drives are a staple feature while evening drives add to the experience with the chance to see lesser spotted nocturnal species, such as pangolin and lion. If you feel game drives can't bring you close enough to the action then exploring on foot with walking safaris is the best option.

Getting There

A flight into the Linkwasha Airstrip followed by a 45-60 minute road transfer to camp.


Day and night game drives, walking safaris and village visits.

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Review of Linkwasha Camp

Alex Raeber

Great camp with a unique African atmosphere, very comfortable and stylish tents and very high quality food. Our guide 'TK' was outstanding with a huge knowledge of the fauna and flora in the park, always willing to answer our questions and sharing his experience and knowledge with us. Also the other hosts and staff were very friendly, personal and easy going.

30/03/2022 Read full trip review

Review of Linkwasha Camp

Mark, Rachel & Baillache Family

The camp was first class. The food was amazing. The safari guide was great. The only thing I would flag is that if you are first time on safari and you don't really appreciate the difference between a private game reserve and a national park, then it is initially a bit frustrating when you can be viewing the game in a national park from a great distance - because…

04/05/2019 Read full trip review

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