Nestled discreetly beneath a grove of false mopane trees, Davison’s is located in the private Linkwasha Concession – one of the most prolific wildlife areas in Hwange National Park. Hidden within a treeline, this classic African safari camp, with eight light and airy tents and one family unit, overlooks an open plain and a waterhole that is a favourite drinking spot for elephant and buffalo.

The main area comprises a spacious lounge and dining area, leading onto an expansive deck with an open campfire area, perfect for convivial evening musings or star gazing. The refreshing pool and its loungers are beautifully positioned for relaxation, while a small upper deck is an ideal location from which to watch wildlife at the waterhole.


A classic safari camp in Zimbabwe’s iconic Hwange.

Come for the abundant wildlife, stay for the incredible sense of belonging.  Wilderness Davison’s in Hwange National Park captures the true spirit of an African safari, where crisp mornings, warm afternoons, breath-taking sunsets and fireside chats set the day’s tempo. Experience exceptional game-viewing across all seasons in a wildly beautiful environment.

Davison’s moments

Named after the first warden of Hwange National Park , Davison’s offers a timeless, classic safari experience. Delight in the authentic nature of this wild place, where animals roam freely and the true spirit of an African safari prevails.


From USD 530 per person, per night


From USD 890 per person, per night


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  • Location


    At an expansive 14,651 km² (roughly half the size of Belgium), Hwange is Zimbabwe’s largest national park. The Linkwasha-Makalolo Private Wilderness Area in the park is exceptionally diverse, with teak woodlands, golden savannah, and Kalahari sands. In summer, the Ngamo Plains near camp heave with plains game, followed closely by predators.


    Wilderness Davisons Zimbabwe Area

  • Facilities

  • Accommodation


    Nestled in a grove of false mopane trees, nine, airy en-suite tents, including a family unit, make up the accommodation at Davison’s. Inspired by the natural palette beyond the camp, African décor and earthy tones create a calm, authentic atmosphere. From the vantage point of your tent, gaze out over the waterhole where a procession of wildlife comes to slake their thirst.
    Have a refreshing dip in the swimming pool after a morning of thrilling safari activities. Spend time on the main area’s upper deck, a prime vantage point for spotting herds of buffalo, zebra and elephants. Share the day’s stories around an open fire, before turning your attention to the heavens as the Milky Way puts on its nightly stellar performance.

  • Activities

    Game drive.


    Wilderness Davisons Zimbabwe Activities Game Drive

    Scour the plains and woodlands for predators and their prey.



  • Fast Facts


    Fast Facts

    Adventures Camp

    Safari Lodge



    14:00 PM 


    latest 11:00 AM




  • Cuisine

    At Davison’s, dishes are created from fresh produce grown locally, a celebration of indigenous grains and fruits. Savour a sundowner and local snacks at one of Hwange’s pans, then gather around the fire in the boma while dinner cooks over the flames.




  • Why stay there. the experience.

    Experience an early morning guided walk at Davison’s. Smell the petrichor – the unmistakable scent of African soil after rain – count the toes in a fresh leopard track left in the sand, feel the warmth of the sun on your skin. Cruise off-the-beaten-track Hwange in search of big cats and rare antelope or get a behind-the-scenes look at real-life conservation with the Scorpion Anti-Poaching Unit.


    Experience exceptional game-viewing across all seasons in a wildly beautiful environment.

  • Getting there


    Road Transfers Option

    It is approximately a 2.5-hour drive through the park from Hwange Main Camp. Vic Falls to Main Camp is another 2.5 hours.

  • Hwange National Park


    Winter Months – Mid May, June, July, early August, although the days are warm with beautiful blue skies, the evenings can get extremely cold and temperatures below freezing are not uncommon, so definitely bring warm clothing. It’s cold I promise you!

    Summer months – September through to May. Hot to extremely hot days and warm evenings.

    Rainy season – Generally between late November and April although the occasional rain can occur out of these dates.


    Best Game Viewing Months
    August, September, October and early November are by far the best months for game viewing in this park. Water becomes extremely scarce and the animals congregate around the few pumped waterholes. Sitting patiently and quietly at one of these water holes will reward you with very good game viewing.

    During the rainy season from late November through to April, a completely different park emerges to that of the dry season. Parched savannahs turn into lush fields with an abundance of grazing. The animals disperse and game viewing becomes limited. It’s called the green season and has it’s own magic as this is when the park and all the animals rejuvenate themselves, feeding like crazy on the abundance of food. Newly born animals can be seen everywhere and the birdlife is absolutely prolific.

    It is situated in the southwest of Zimbabwe between Bulawayo and Victoria Falls.

    Credit Victoria Falls Guide

  • Animals


    Some of the animals found in Hwange National Park






    Heards of elephants




    Zebra & Sables



  • Available Safari Journeys (Packages)


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Google Map for Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe


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