Hwange National Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe. Situated on the border with Botswana, its 1.4 million hectares (3.4 million acres) of sandy soils support extensive stands of broad-leafed woodland that during the summer months, despite the low rainfall, are a profusion of green. Along with saltpans, acacia scrub and grasslands, the area can be termed a ”savannah mosaic” and in fact its location in a convergence zone between the Kalahari to the west, the moist miombo woodlands to the east and a broad band of mopane that separates the two ensures that a captivating diversity of species is present. The Park has one of the densest concentrations of wildlife in Africa, in particular its herds of elephant and buffalo. The scarcity of water in Hwange means that, as spectacular and productive as the system is during the summer months, it is the concentration of game during the dry winter months for which the Park has become so renowned. Proclaimed over 70 years ago, the Park is a crucial component to southern African wildlife conservation; it is part of a massive patchwork of wildlife land that stretches over five countries, thus providing a core habitat and a refuge for many species.

Accommodation at Davison's Camp

Standard Rooms

  • 6 Meru-style Safari Tents

  • Twin ¾ beds

  • Ensuite with shower

  • Private deck

  • Fan


Family Rooms

  • 1 Meru-style Family Tent

  • 2 bedrooms

  • King size bed in main room

  • Twin ¾ beds in second room

  • Each room has own bathroom


  • Dining area

  • Lounge area

  • Bar

  • Pool

  • Boma

  • Charging facilities

  • 220V multi-plug adaptors

Child Policy

  • No children under 6 years old

  • Children up to 16 years must share with an adult/s in the same room, if the family unit is not available

  • The minimum age for walking activities is 13 years

access Details


  • Note that all guests travelling on a self-drive basis to Davison’s Camp, in Hwange, are only permitted to drive directly into our concession and straight to Davison’s Camp (parking at Ngweshla Picnic Site is no longer an option) if, driving a 4x4 vehicle and no later than 12:00. Access to Hwange National Park is through Hwange Main Camp Gate, only, as the official entry point. All vehicles entering the park need to be registered in order for the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority to keep track of all vehicles utilising the national parks, in addition, self-drive guests are required to pay conservation fees and vehicle fees directly at the point of entry into the Park (Hwange Main Camp). Please note, it is an offence to use any undesignated entry point into the park and offenders will be liable for any penalties incurred

  •  Hwange National Park Coordinates: S 18°41’06.48” Latitude E 25°56’15.76” Longitude


Fly In Basis

  • Airstrip Name: Linkwasha Airstrip

  • Duration to Camp: Approximately 45 – 55 minutes road transfer (depending on wildlife sightings along the way)

  • Airstrip Coordinates: S 19 07 00 Latitude E 27 12 00 Longitude

Nestled discreetly beneath a grove of false mopane trees, the remote Davison's Camp is found in the private Linkwasha Concession – one of the most prolific wildlife areas in Hwange National Park. 

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