Nehimba is Zimbabwe’s exclusive photographic safari camp, inside a private concession in Zimbabwe’s biggest park, Hwange National Park. This remote and previously unexplored sanctuary boasts the famous and natural Nehimba Seep with many other pans. A truly wild and unspoilt paradise, situated on its own private wildlife estate, you can revel in the unique viewing of strongholds of elephants roaming freely without fences or restrictions.
Activities include guided game drives to view the Nehimba Seep and wildlife in modified open 4x4 vehicles and night game drives to introduce you to the nocturnal species such as hyena, jackal, porcupine, genet, civet and with luck leopard or a lion hunt.
Guests can also enjoy game walks and the thrill of approaching wildlife led by armed guides to learn about the surrounding vegetation and ecology.
The main lodge and chalets all overlook a large natural pan and salt lick where elephant are seen in abundance.
Nehimba has 9 spacious chalets built on decks from teak and canvas under thatch, all with en-suite elegant bathrooms.
The camp also has a swimming pool and guests can enjoy a welcoming camp fire or mouth- watering meals in the dining room or under the African sky.
Special offers for longer stays or when booked as part of a longer itinerary may apply - details on request.
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All meals; local branded drinks; 2 daily activities (day/night game drives, game walks and bird watching); Park fees; and a laundry service are included.
Children aged 7 years and older are welcome. Rates available on request.
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General Information For Guests
The rooms are all equipped with fans, hairdryers, electronic safes, mosquito nets and repellent, air horns and tea/coffee making facilities.
The main area consists of an open fronted thatched building, bar area, and a lounge and dining room overlooking a nearby waterhole. There is a swimming pool.
Activities that are available at Nehimba include morning and afternoon game drives, guided walks, night drives, visits to the Nehimba Seeps and excursions to the nearby Mandavu Dam.
Mandavu Dam is a wonderful spot for bird watching and game viewing.
The Nehimba Seeps is one of the few year-round, naturally occurring sources of surface water in the massive Hwange National Park.
There is also a nearby viewing platform at Grannies Pan, which is the perfect spot to watch the sunset.
Land Cruisers can seat up to 9 guests and Land Rovers up to 7 guests.
Nehimba Lodge is a seasonal camp.
A laundry service is included.
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