Little Makalolo Camp, Hwange, Zimbabwe

Little Makalolo lies in the heart of one of the best game viewing areas in Hwange National Park. Overlooking a vibrant waterhole, it offers privacy for guests who enjoy small camps and a sense of remoteness. The camp’s six traditional-style tents – including a family unit – are spacious and en-suite, with indoor and outdoor showers. Solar power is used for tent lights and to heat water, ensuring a lighter environmental footprint.

Linking the tents to the main area are teak walkways. Here a false mopane tree in the centre of the camp shades a separate dining and living area, with an open fire deck for those convivial evening fireside tales under the stars. The plunge pool is a fantastic addition especially for those hot summer days. The log-pile hide at the waterhole in front of camp offers thrilling game viewing to literally a Noah’s Ark parade of animals as they come down to quench their thirst.

  • Our private concessions allow for exciting game drives and walking safaris without the crowds
  • Impressive herds of buffalo and elephant are often attracted to the many waterholes in the area, especially in winter
  • Spend a night star gazing from our romantic Star Bed

Some things to do at Little Makalolo Camp

  • First time to Africa

    • Take a game drive in open 4X4 vehicles to see the predators of Hwange.
    • Visit Ngamo village near Hwange.
    • Spend time in the log-pile hide in front of camp and let big elephant feet fill your whole view.
  • Travelled to Africa

    • Ask your safari guide for an early morning guided walk just as the bush awakes.
    • Search for roan and sable – antelope specialists of Hwange.
    • Chat to Arnold, our Environmentalist, when he’s in camp about all the conservation projects in the area.
  • Seasoned Traveller

    • Meet the children of Ngamo School and marvel at their Eco-Club projects.
    • Look out for an Arnot’s chat, Dickinson’s kestrel or Bradfield’s hornbill.
    • Learn more about the Hwange Water Supply Project that ensures that the animals have water in the dry season.



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