Amalinda Lodge

Zimbabwe

  • Each chalet has its own unique design
  • Take a refreshing dip in the quirky rock pool
  • Explore the park and the many historic monuments found here
  • Immerse yourself in Zimbabwean hospitality
  • Be on the look out for both black and white rhino

Open: Amalinda Lodge is open all year. 

Location: Matobo Hills National Park, 64km south of Bulawayo.

Rooms: 9 thatched chalets built into the side of huge granite boulders.  Each is unique in shape and decor.  The en-suite bathrooms have shower, flush toilet and basin with hot running water. Furniture is tasteful and has a colonial African feel. Two of the chalets are classed as suites and also have a bathtub.

Facilities: There is a swimming pool, spacious comfy lounge, bar and main dining area. 

Activities:  Walking and vehicle safaris are offered here.  You can also track black and white rhinos by vehicle and on foot. In addition the camp offers cultural activities and visits to historical sites in Matopos. You can visit the grave of Cecil John Rhodes Matobo Hills National Park. A new activity has been added, a guided mountain bike trail with lunch at a rural village.

Dining: Meals are served communally in the main dining area. 

Children: The camp has no age restrictions, however, children will be assessed on an individual basis for rhino tracking.

Health: This is a malarial area. 

Communication: There is limited mobile phone reception here, it can be a bit patchy.

Dave-Lock
Talk to Dave - Travel Consultant

Call:  01473 890499

Start planning your tailor-made holiday now. Tell us what you want, and we will tailor make your perfect trip.

Client Rating for Zimbabwe 5/5 from 3 reviews

The Tribes Foundation

Simply by booking with Tribes, you are making a difference. Every booking helps with The Tribes Foundation, the charity we back with admin and funds. Most clients give additional donations which we always put to very good use with one of the wildlife, environmental or social projects we support.

Travel with Respect for the Earth © KC,Shutterstock