Calling only the most intrepid of safari-goers, Jozibanini Camp rests in a remote sector of Zimbabwe’s 1.4-million hectare Hwange National Park. This pristine wilderness has been largely unused for almost two decades, resulting in a truly untamed expanse of land that invites true adventurers to explore the fossil sand dunes and valleys dotting this area of the park.
This part of Hwange was once roamed by the San people who shared the land with the surrounding wildlife. So remote is this part of the park that no Wi-Fi or Cellphone reception is available, and it is only reached after a 6-hour road transfer from Imvelo’s other lodges or 3hr transfer from the Somalisa Airstrip. This is a truly authentic African safari.
Overlooking Jozibanini Pan—particularly loved by elephants—guests can enjoy game-viewing from camp as well as traditional game drives, bush walks, and the not-so-traditional mountain bike safari. This ‘fly camp style’ camp gives guests the choice of three twin or double bedded tents which rest on raised wooden decks beneath shepherd’s bush and camelthorn trees. Each tent has an en suite bucket shower, flush toilet, and open-topped verandah.