The Hide


  • Get up close to the game at the waterhole hide
  • Romantic atmosphere at this intimate camp
  • Excellent guiding and hospitality
  • A location rich in diverse wildlife
  • Explore the area on foot with your expert guide

Open:  The Hide is open all year.

Location: The lodge is situated in the north eastern section of Hwange National Park in a private reserve.

Rooms:  There are 8 deluxe tents, 2 honeymoon tents and one safari house. Facilities include fans, dressing area, writing table and bathroom. Some have a bath and indoor or outdoor shower, others just showers.  Each tent has a private veranda with comfy seating. 

Activities:  Walking safaris, game drives, and visits to the hide are the order of the day at the Hide.

Facilities:   The large central building is split level and overlooks the waterhole. This building houses the bar, lounge and dining area. The spacious deck outfront has seating and a swimming pool, all with views of the waterhole.

Dining:   The food at the Hide is always delicious and plentiful. Meals are served communally, inside our outside depending on the weather and are always a sociable and lively occasion.  

Children:  Children 10 years and older are welcome. They should be kept under supervision at all times. Walking safaris usually have an age restriction of 16.

Health:  This is a malarial area.

Communication:  There no internet, mobile or WiFi at the Hide, there is a landline at reception for use in an emergency.

Notes:   Credit cards are not accepted at the Hide, tips and payments can be made in cash only.

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Client Rating for Zimbabwe 5/5 from 3 reviews

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