Perched on the side a granite koppie, award-winning Camp Amalinda incorporates the characteristic stone of the landscape into every facet of its design. From this rocky eyrie you feel as if you are living within a sumptuously decorated cave that boasts stunning views of the Matobo Hills, a scared space to the Ndebele and a World Heritage Site.
Set within a private reserve alongside the Matobo National Park, you are able to enjoy walking through this magnificent terrain that abounds with the world’s highest concentrations of leopard and black eagle, with another highlight being a visit to the ancient rock art galleries created by San Bushmen. There are about 2 000 incredible rock paintings that show their links with the spirit world and nature. You also have the opportunity to relive the area’s immense history with a unique historical tour: walk in the footsteps of Cecil John Rhodes, Lobengula and Mzilikazi as you take in the fascinating anecdotes and tales of battles and bravery that your guide regales you with as you wander through this breath-taking scenery. After an active day game viewing and sightseeing, Camp Amalinda’s warmth, hospitality and exceptional cuisine will welcome you back.
Perfect for honeymooners or safari-goers seeking a destination with a difference, luxurious Camp Amalinda offers an intriguing range of activities that will couple well with a safari incorporating the Big 5 areas of Hwange or Mana Pools National Parks.