Wild Zimbabwe, Luxury Safari at Linkwasha camp in Hwange NP

Hwange National Park’s 1.4 million hectares support a mix of habitats, a diverse area that is shared between desert-adapted and woodland species, ensuring large numbers of animals all year round – elephant, buffalo, sable, roan, giraffe, wildebeest, impala and even gemsbok. Linkwasha camp is luxurious, modern and perfectly located to explore the open areas and waterholes that are magnets to the wildlife in the area. Open areas and waterholes punctuate vast forests of teak and ordeal trees which have a beauty of their own! I spent 4 nights there with clients and had the most wonderful time, the staff were amazing, food was sublime and the viewing....the photos tell the story! #Photography

Luxury Zimbabwe Safari to Ruckomechi in Mana Pools NP

Mana Pools National Park lies at the heart of the Zambezi Valley, where the Zambezi River meanders for 300km to the Mozambican border. It is a remote, wildlife-rich place with spectacular views of the river, floodplains, the tree canopy and the mountains of the Rift Valley escarpment over the border in Zambia. We stayed at Wilderness Safaris' Ruckomechi Camp, a private concession within the national park, for 4 days. Wow what a place, the power and beauty of the Zambezi River alongside a rich wildlife environment makes this a very attractive destination. #Photography

Luxury Zimbabwe, Guided Safari, Days 1 - 3, Vic Falls and Matusadona NP

Matusadona was proclaimed a non-hunting area on 7 November 1958 before being declared as a Game Reserve in 1963, and then in 1975 it became a National Park, under the Parks & Wildlife Act of Rhodesia. Matusadona National Park covers 1,400 km2(540 sq mi) of flat plains and rugged mountains protecting a diverse flora and fauna. Its area encompasses a combination of pristine and rugged wilderness, which before the Kariba Dam was built and Lake Kariba created was very inaccessible. The creation of the lake caused profound ecological changes. In particular, the availability of grazing on the lakeshore has contributed to an increase in the populations of large mammals large mammal in the park, esp

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