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Elephant's Eye, Hwange
Elephant's Eye, Hwange is situated 13 km from the entrance to Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, on a private concession of 6,000 acres. The lodge is a truly eco-friendly, offering a unique barefoot luxury experience. Elephant’s Eye has a waterhole which offers unlimited opportunities to view game drinking and cavorting at close range. This authentic African lodge is designed to meet your needs with style and excellent service, setting a high standard for the discerning traveler.
Elephant's Eye, Hwange is comprised of 8 tented chalets all with king-sized/twin beds surrounded by mosquito netting with en-suite bathrooms and showers. The lodge can host a maximum of 16 people at any given time and all meals and most drinks are included. Guests can enjoy the beautiful setting looking onto a waterhole, which is frequented by elephants and other game. All chalets are spacious, private, and designed to offer the best views with maximum comfort and authentic African detail throughout. Each day at the lodge, there will be a guide on site to walk clients to and from communal areas and chalets, and see that individual needs are met at all times.
Hwange National Park is the largest Park in Zimbabwe, covering an area of approximately 14 650 square kilometers. Named after a local chief, Hwange is situated in the northwest corner of the country about one hour south of the Mighty Victoria Falls. Because of its close proximity to Victoria Falls, Hwange boasts an incredible biodiversity of flora and fauna, and a plethora of African wildlife. There are over 100 species of mammals and nearly 400 bird species recorded in Hwange National Park. Specifically, the elephant population in Hwange is world famous, as it is one of the largest in the world.
Activities at Elephant’s Eye, Hwange include game viewing, guided educational walks, bird watching, and night game drives, all with Zimbabwe registered professional guides; Take a swim or enjoy sundowners while relaxing near the natural ozone eco-pool. Elephant’s Eye, Hwange has a waterhole which offers unlimited opportunities to view game drinking and cavorting at close range. This authentic African lodge is designed to meet your needs with style and excellent service, setting a high standard for the discerning traveler.
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