Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or planning your first safari, Hwange offers an unforgettable experience teeming with diverse wildlife, breathtaking landscapes, and unique accommodations.


Hwange National Park is the largest and most popular in Zimbabwe, it offers excellent wildlife viewing and most big safari animals can be seen here and one of the world’s last great elephants’ sanctuaries covering an impressive 14,650 sq km.

Hwange National Park is northwestern Zimbabwe on the Botswana frontier, it was established in 1928 as a game reserve and as a National Park in 1930


Zimbabwe offers unique experiences you won’t find anywhere else. From witnessing the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls to exploring Hwange, its largest national park, there’s something for everyone, whether you love adventure, safaris, birdwatching, or just exploring. And with Hideaways Africa, you’ll always find the perfect place to stay.


Few reasons why Hwange should be at the top of your travel list

Diverse Wildlife: The park’s varied habitats support a wide array of animals, making every game drive a thrilling adventure.
Stunning Landscapes: From savannah plains to teak forests and seasonal wetlands, Hwange’s scenery is as diverse as its wildlife.
Conservation Efforts: Visiting Hwange supports crucial conservation projects aimed at protecting endangered species and preserving natural habitats.
Cultural Heritage: The park is rich in cultural history, offering insights into the traditions and lifestyles of local communities.
Proximity to Victoria Falls: Hwange is conveniently located near Victoria Falls, with Nantwich Lodge just a 2-hour drive or a 20-minute flight away. This proximity allows travelers to seamlessly experience a true African safari after visiting the Falls.




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  • Location

    The iconic Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s largest national park located in the northwestern part of Zimbabwe. It covers 14,650 square kilometers.


  • Best time to visit

    Best Time: July to October (dry season). High Season: June to October (Hwange’s main area can become crowded). Low Season: January to May (some lodges close during part of the wet season). Best Weather: April to September (it hardly ever rains).



  • Animals

    Teeming with wildlife, Hwange is Zimbabwe’s largest national park, home to elephant, buffalo, sable, roan, giraffe, wildebeest, impala and even gemsbok. Named after a local Nhanzwa chief, the area was inhabited by San bushmen before being designated a national park in 1929.


  • Birding

    The Park host about 500 bird species, Hwange National Park is a genuine birding hot spot. Grassland heavy weights include ostrich, kori bustard, southern ground hornbill and secretary bird and many more.



  • Weather

    Hwange National Park experiences a warm climate. The warmest months are October to March, while May to August are the coolest. The Dry season (April to October) brings fine weather. Afternoon showers are common in the Wet season (November to March).



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