LOCAL ZIMBABWE RESIDENT SPECIAL

We’re making it easier for you to visit the wonders of Hwange!

 

Roughing it in style

 

As wild as it gets

 

Discover & Experience

 

Indulge & Enjoy

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Why Robins Camp?

Situated within remote Zimbabwe, Hwange National park is the countries largest park, covering an area of 14 600km2 (more than 5,600 square miles). This large size leads to varying game and landscapes. From the desert scrubs on the edge of the Kalahari, to granite hills, woodlands filled with mopane and teak, as well as wide grass plains fringed by palm trees and acacias. This landscape diversity allows for a flourishing wide range of wildlife. With over 100 species of mammals and almost 400 species of birds, Hwange National Park also contains one of the largest Elephant populations in the world. Other rare animals regularly spotted include the Roan and Sable Antelope. With an abundance of food, massive herds of buffalo can also be spotted traversing Hwange’s grass plains.

Having secured and designated areas, Hwange National Park is suitable for camping should you wish to add a more genuine and “one with nature” experience to your safari.

Being easily accessible with only an hours’ drive from Victoria Falls, the Iconic Hwange National Park is a must see for those seeking a unique location for a safari you will never forget.

CHALETS |
Roughing it in style

Tastefully decorated in and out with hand painted Matabele designs.

CAMPSITE |
Treat yourself

An amazing destination for the weary traveller with brand new ablution facilities with hot and cold water and high pressure showers.

FACILITIES |
Indulge and enjoy

Robins camp has an array of facilities to make you pampered and relaxed.

ACTIVITIES |
Discovery and experience

Game drives and guided walks are conducted by our in house guides.

FIND US

“One amazing thing about Robins is the wildlife and scenery. Large vlei’s and open mopane woodland makes it to see wildlife. In 2 days we saw 25 species of large mammal and 19 raptors!! A highlight was a herd of over 1,000 Buffalo at Little Toms and then 2 km down the road 2 lionesses and a huge male lion.”

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