Hwange National Park
Hwange is a semi-arid area, resulting in temperatures reaching opposite ends of the spectrum throughout the day. Khulu Bush Camp & Ivory Lodge are based in an ancient vlei, therefore temperatures drop significantly in the evenings compared to other areas.
The Hwange National Park grasslands and mopane woods are home to lions, African wild dogs and one of the world’s largest elephant populations. Covering just over 14 600 square kilometres, Hwange carries over 105 mammal species, including all of Zimbabwe’s specially protected animals.
The landscape showcases varied habitats and includes everything from desert sand to sparse woodland as well as grasslands and granite outcrops.