Welcome to Nehimba – Land of Giants
Nehimba is Zimbabwe’s new and exclusive photographic safari camp. Situated in a private concession in Hwange National Park, Nehimba has seven luxurious chalets and a main lodge where you can rest, relax by the pool and enjoy a unique wildlife experience in a remote and previously unexplored sanctuary. Relax in a land of yesteryear, where strongholds of elephants roam freely without fences or restriction. With an all inclusive charge, you will be introduced to the safari of a lifetime from our wild and un spoilt paradise.
With a variety of scenery and vegetation, Hwange National Park is the largest Park in Zimbabwe occupying roughly 15,000 square kilometers. Located in the northwest corner of the country.
A flight into our Majestic Victoria Falls will be the start of your safari of a lifetime. Another short flight into Hwange Main Airport or a three -hour drive will bring you to the heart of Nature. You could simply leave it to us, and for an additional charge we can arrange charters, transfers and day trips to suit your itinerary.
The lodge is comprised of seven superbly placed chalets all with bathrooms, fans, mosquito nets, Wi-Fi internet, twin beds or super king beds for those looking to cuddle. The availability of a hairdryer for the ladies, teas and coffee delivered at requested times and pure heaven with the view of a pan frequented by many different species of the Hwange National Park. The main entertainment area and Lodge has a his and hers bathroom, many lounges, a dining room which can be set for everyone or just for two, a bar to quench the thirst from the hot Zimbabwean sun and a pool to top it all off!
Hwange National Park is known as one of the few great elephant sanctuaries left in Africa, hosting the big 5, a wide selection of wildlife and over 400 bird species, making it a bird watchers haven, especially in the rainy season! The species that populate Nehimba include, large herds of elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, cheetah, black and white rhino, spotted and brown hyena, giraffe, zebra, impala, sable, roan, the African Wild Dog and much more.
Hwange National Park
Hwange National Park was named after a local Nhanzwa Chief. Occupying roughly 15000 square kilometers, it is the Largest National Park in Zimbabwe located in the northwest corner of the country with Botswana as one of its Borders. Hwange National Park became royal Hunting grounds to the Ndebele warrior-king Mzilikazi in the 19th Century and was then set aside as a National Park in 1929 by Game Ranger, Ted Davison. Today, nearly 82 years later, we still have the pleasure of being an intrical part of Ted Davison's dream. The scenery and vegetation vary, ranging from the semi desert scrub on the edge of the Kalahari in the south, to forests, granite hills and valleys of mopane woodlands in the north.
What We Offer
Besides the amazing experience of just being here in Hwange National Park, we offer all meals, drinks and laundry as well as a choice of either walks or drives with our Licensed guides. Game drives to view the natural Nehimba seep and other pans will surely highlight your day with a fantastic selection of wildlife waiting to be spotted and almost 400 different species of birds. Please be advised that Premier drinks and specialties will be charged for.
Amazing place, we will be back.
Vincent – England
I had a fantastic time! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful family and beautiful country with me. I had a spectacular adventure. I will be back… ROLL TIDE!!
Lewis – USA
Very nice place and remarkable people.
Sergey – Russia
What a beautiful place, thanks so much for a great birthday weekend, great staff and attention to detail. See you soon.
Crawford – Zimbabwe
Facts about Nehimba
* Private wildlife concession in Hwange National Park * 4 luxury en-suite lodges with outdoor shower * 1 honeymoon suite * 1 family room sleeping 4 * Swimming pool * Lounge / dining area / gift shop * Library with wireless internet * Early morning and sunset game drives * Game walks with a professional guide * Night game drives * Bush dining *