Khulu Ivory Lodge caters for a maximum of just 12 guests ensuring personal service and an enjoyable stay. It has a wonderful location overlooking an ancient dry riverbed with an active waterhole attracting a wide variety of wildlife and birdlife throughout the day. The lodge was built with escapism in mind, and the aim is to blend into the landscape whilst having minimal impact on the environment too.
There are just six bespoke thatched safari suites each built on a raised platform. Each suite has an indoor and outdoor shower and a balcony for game viewing. Inside the design and decor is modern contemporary with twin or king size beds and individual tea and coffee making facilities. Khulu’s main area is thatched and open to the front. It has a well-stocked bar, dining area and comfy seating and there is a plunge pool located on the deck of the main area, along with a fire pit, an area for convivial chat and night caps.
Khulu Ivory offers guests the opportunity to go on guided game drives on the private concession and also in Hwange National Park. You can enjoy half day and full day game drives and night drives. Visits to the Painted Dog Conservation Centre can also be arranged. If you want to get up-close with nature then walking safaris are a good alternative to a game drive or you could spend time at a hide watching the wildlife come and go.
Open: Khulu Ivory Lodge is open all year round.
Location: A private 6,000 acre concession bordering Hwange National Park.
Rooms: 6 safari suites catering for a maximum of 12 guests. All are en-suite with indoor and outdoor showers and private decks. Decor is modern and contemporary in warm neutral shades.
Facilities: There is a comfy lounge and bar area set on a low deck, and open to the front. There is a plunge pool set in the main deck and ample seating both shady and in the sun.
Activities: Game drives are offered in the park and the private concession. Night drives and guided walks are offered in the private reserve around the lodge. It is also possible to visit the Painted Dog Conservation Centre.
Dining: Meals are served communally both indoors and outdoors.
Children: The camp welcomes children 12 years and over.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: You may get patchy mobile signal some of the time and WiFi is available in the main area.