Little Makalolo Camp

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Travel to the heart of one of Hwange National Park’s most prolific game viewing areas and you’ll find Little Makalolo Camp, an utterly charming camp with little environmental footprint, and an essence of a classic safari.

The six-traditional safari-style tents are connected via teak walkways, all offering a remote atmosphere, and filled with cool contemporary yet rustic décor. A classic writing desk, large clear canvas windows looking out onto the trees and Persian rugs add a touch of African flair to the otherwise luxurious furnishings.

We love the main camp here. Shaded by a false mopane tree in the centre of the camp, the separate lounge and dining areas are opulent and inviting, the plush leathers and romantic lanterns creating an indulgent ambience. The expansive veranda looking out to the plains is the perfect spot to relax under the stars, swapping safari stories over a roaring fire pit, or relaxing in the plunge pool. There’s even a log hide by the nearby waterhole, offering unforgettable views of Little Makalolo Camp’s four-legged guests.

Nestled on a private concession, you’ll be away from the crowds as you enjoy exhilarating game drives, night drives, and walking safaris. If you fancy something totally unique and romantic, book at stay at the camp’s idyllic star bed. Nestled a 20 minute drive away from the camp, the star bed rests on a raised wooden deck overlooking the Madison Pan, offering a picturesque spot to sleep under the stars. 

What's Included

  • All tents have a double bed
  • Full board food and drink
  • Game drives in a 4x4 purpose built safari vehicle
  • Night drives
  • Walking safaris
  • Concession entry fees
  • Swimming pool
  • Star bed

Open all year round, children over the age of 10 are welcome.

Price Information

This camp can be booked as a single safari or as part of a tailor-made holiday with or without flights. Per person per night prices from £395 / $395 / €435

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