Little Makalolo camp in Hwange, Zimbabwe, is closing for a rebuild and is scheduled to reopen in June.
Little Makalolo Camp is situated in a private concession in Hwange National Park. The rebuild will include a new main deck area, bar and an infinity pool, which will overlook a waterhole. The safari style tents will be upgraded with new floors and roofs, as well as a completely refurbished interior.
“Our decision to rebuild Little Makalolo showcases our continued commitment to investing in Hwange and our tremendous belief in Zimbabwe as a major player in Africa’s tourism industry,” - Dean Morton, Wilderness Safaris Zambezi Operations Manager.
The redesign will be aligned with with main focus of Little Makalolo, retaining an intimate bush feel in the camp, and enhancing the overall wildlife experience of the camp.
Little Makalolo offers a wide variety of amazing wildlife encounters through plenty of interesting activities. The log pile hide, daily game drives, bush walks and sleeping under the African sky on the Star Bed are a few of the things to look forward to on your trip to Little Makalolo.
“We will also ensure that the new camp remains committed to our 4Cs sustainability ethos of Commerce, Community, Culture and Conservation, operating with as light an eco-footprint as possible,” says Dean. “Our life-changing journeys offer our guests the opportunity to travel with purpose, not only making a difference to the ongoing biodiversity of the park but contributing to the empowerment of local people at the same time.”
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