Journey With Us To Zimbabwe!
Featuring: Robins Camp – Hwange National Park
Here’s your chance to photograph LARGE herds of elephants and lots of lions, cheetahs and painted dogs!
Hwange is Zimbabwe’s largest and premier wildlife destination with over 107 types of animals and 400 species of bird. Hwange is famous for it’s large elephant population of over 40,000 tuskers and large numbers of buffalo, giraffe, zebra and impala.
Hwange National Park is also home to four wild dog populations and reasonable amounts of endangered brown hyena and rare antelopes called gemsbok. Located on the far west border of Botswana, but the eastern edge of the Kalahari Desert, Hwange is the largest protected area in Zimbabwe and plays an imperative roll in wildlife conservation in Southern Africa.
Nestled in the northern Basalt area of Hwange is Robins Camp, the original home of Herbert George Robins, one of the first notable conservationists in Zimbabwe.
This area of the park is rich in natural water and home to some of the last great buffalo herds. Due to it’s abundance of prey animals, this area of the park has the highest concentration of lions and it is also possible to see cheetahs and painted dogs regularly.
If this has your travel bug leaping for joy then please click here to read the full photo safari itinerary and the see the dates for our Migration Safari in Kenya!
Don’t forget, we only take a maximum of 8 guests at a time and you will be split between 2 land cruisers so you will have plenty of space.