Hwange Safari Lodge

Hwange Safari Lodge


The Hwange Safari Lodge was originally a government-run hotel bordering Hwange National Park built in 1973.

The lodge is two hours drive from Victoria Falls. It is home to the world’s largest population of the African elephant, including the presidential herd, and an abundance of other wildlife including buffalo, lion, leopard and a host of other species. The prolific birdlife is one of the world’s most diverse population of raptors.

The lodge caters for a diverse range of guests from the lone adventurer to couples, groups, families and tour groups. It offers comfort, modern conveniences and an opportunity to experience the real African wild.

The lodge was originally managed by Zimbabwe Sun Ltd, but is now managed by African Sun Ltd.