Davison's Camp, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
Davison's Camp lies in a remote north-eastern corner of Hwange National Park within the Linkwasha Concession. Named after the founder of Hwange National Park and its first warden, Ted Davison, the camp is situated in a grove of false mopane trees and has fantastic views across the plains to a very active waterhole.
Accommodation is in nine comfortable en suite tents (including one family tent) with an open fronted living and dining area which also overlooks the waterhole. The swimming pool is a great place to cool off during the heat of the day when not out on game drives, and in the evenings, guests gather around the campfire to share stories of their day's adventure before dinner. Game activities include game drives in open 4x4 vehicles or guided walks.
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