Live in Camp

Our latest sightings straight from camp!

  • March 2020 – Somalisa Camp, Hwange National Park

    31 March 2020 – Camp is quiet but we still have our regulars visiting to quench their thirst.

    Video by Valentine Mpala
  • March 2020 – Somalisa Acacia, Hwange National Park

    27 March 2020 – An afternoon walk to Somalisa Acacia rewarded our guides (Godwin, Babusi and Calvet) with a sighting of a Boomslang snake invading a Red-billed nest and successfully managed to catch one of the fledglings. Arboreal snakes, such as the boomslang, has the behavior of infiltrating birds nests.

    Video and images by Calvet Nkomo
  • March 2020 – Somalisa Camp, Hwange National Park

    23 March 2020 – Calvet Nkomo writes: “It’s so special to spend time in the wilderness. l am ‘locked’ in the bush. l miss nothing, because I enjoy seeing nature. Look what I get to see everyday- zebra, impla and wildebeest together providing each other with a special eye of

    Video by Calvet Nkomo.
  • March 2020 – Team Work

    20 March 2020 – Throughout our camps our teams decided to use this quiet time to put some love and care into the decking and wood work. Thank you team! The camps are looking brand new!

  • March 2020 – Somalisa Pan, Hwange National Park

    09 March 2020 – Humba and Netsai will be celebrating 2 years in control of the territory which was left by the death of Cecile, Jerico and Bhubesi. The 2 males with 5 daughters of Cecile now have 13 cubs to make a pride of 20 Lions at Somalisa area.

    Image by Calvet Nkomo
  • February 2020 – A rare sighting

    12 February 2020 – A very rare and special sighting! An African Pangolin dashed across the road and guests were lucky enough to see it before it disappeared into the bush. We cannot disclose the location of this sighting as the African Pangolin is listed by the IUCN as a

    Images by Maxwell Tidimalo