Set in Zimbabwe's flagship Hwange National Park, The Hide is a luxury safari camp with beautiful tented suites overlooking a much frequented waterhole. Hwange was once the royal hunting ground of the Ndebele kings and has long been known for its abundant and diverse wildlife. Named after the hide that overlooks the lodge's waterhole, guests can get exceptionally close to the various animals coming down to drink.
Morning and afternoon game drives go in search of Hwange's legendary big game, and guided bush walks and exciting night drives are also offered. The park is famous for its large herds of elephant and buffalo and Hwange is one of the best places in Southern Africa to see lion, leopard and African wild dog. Numerous other classic African mammals such as giraffe and zebra are easily seen in Hwange and over 400 bird species have been recorded.