PRICE RANGE: US$532-$692 per person per night
Forest Villas | Hwange (NationalPark)
Camelthorn is situated in one of Hwange's last remaining well protected and un-spoilt acacia woodlands, on the edge of the South Eastern corner of Hwange National Park. At Camelthorn you will be welcomed and treated to a truly memorable safari experience, in pure comfort and style. There are 8 luxuriously furnished forest villas that are cool in the hot months and warm and cosy in the cold months. The lodge has a huge ancient Camelthorn tree as its centre piece whose canopy spans 35-metres and covers the outdoor dining area. Enjoy al fresco dining under this ancient Camelthorn tree, savour your morning coffee in front of a roaring fire, track herds of elephant by foot, and enjoy close-up photography from inside the look-up blind.
Camelthorn Forest Lodge can be accessed by air or road
BY AIR : 1 hour small plane charter from Victoria Falls or Bulawayo
BY ROAD : 4 hour road transfer from Victoria Falls or Bulawayo
The following guests had this to say following their stay at Camelthorn Forest Lodge :-Adam G from Perth, Australia The passion the guides had for the animals was excellent to see, along with the respect they showed when approaching and tracking them. Christine B from United KingdomThe lodge is just perfect and the food is excellent. Janice and her team looked after us beautifully. Caitlin S from Kansas City, MissouriIf you are looking to be pampered in the Bush this is the place to go. The staff is friendly and accommodating. Sally S from Dalls TexasFrom the beautiful patio surrounding the Camelthorn tree that forms the focal point of this gorgeous property to the incredible local photography on the walls, open-air bar and five-star food--this lodge is truly luxury in the bush. Steve from Orlando, FloridaThis place is absolutely beautiful and the rooms are very spacious and extremely comfortable. But what makes this place very unique and special in my opinion, is the attention to detail that the staff provided us the two days we were there. When we left this place, it was like leaving our family behind.