of the unique attractions are the specially constructed hides near
the waterholes - this is a wildlife photographer's paradise - often
resulting in guests forgoing walks and other activities in camp!
of elephant, buffalo, kudu, giraffe and wildebeest are a few of the
animals that can be seen (all are resident in the area).
viewing excursions in comfortable open vehicles or on foot are
organised by licensed professional guides, and can be tailor-made to
suit specific interests and preferences.
rare and secretive black rhino can be observed as well as hyena,
honey badgers, bat-eared foxes and the endangered wild dog.
black breasted snake eagle, crimson-breasted shrike, rufous-naped
larks and kori bustards are only a sample of the variety of birds to
be found at The Hide and Hwange National Park.
night a diffused orange light is used to view game at the waterhole
when lion, leopard and other nocturnal predators may be seen.
of 'fossil rivers' can be visited at the Kennedy Pans and Linkwasha
vlei, east of Hwange National Parks' Main Camp.
vegetation in this region of Zimbabwe is mostly mopane scrub and
includes some of Zimbabwe's finest forests of teak.
different ecotypes surround The Hide - woodland, acacia woodland
and open vlei.