Makalolo Plains Camp is built on raised teak decks & boardwarks offering panoramic views of the luscious landscape over the Samavundhla Pan & flood plain.
Hwange is Zimbabwe’s largest game reserve and home to some of the last of southern Africa’s great herds of elephant, buffalo & sable. The magic of this reserve is found in the juxtaposition of the eastern most tongues of the Kalahari Desert with the dense teak forests of the interior. This results in rich viewing all year around with lions, leopards, cheetahs and wild dogs on the heels of their prey – the aforementioned great herds of elephant, buffalo & sable along with roan, giraffe, wildebeest, impala & even gemsbok. Smaller predators are found in the African wildcat, honey badger, civet & spotted hyena.
Makalolo Plains Camp:
- Family Friendly
- Year Round Game Viewing
Makalolo Plains Camp FAQHow do you get there?
Flights from the UK to Harare are indirect & best routed via Johannesburg with BA / Virgin / SAA. From Harare there are flights of 2 hour 30 minute duration on to Hwange National Park.
Guests often come from Victoria Falls which is also reached via Johannesburg to Livingstone airport. The flight from Victoria falls to Hwange is 30 minutes – 1 hour, depending on aircraft and we highly recommend a visit to the falls en route to the Zimbabwean National Parks. The transfer by road from Victoria Falls to camps at the Makalolo concession, Hwange National Park (and vice versa) take approximately 6.5 hours.
Please Call: 01227 753181 or contact one of our Safari Experts for more information.