Khulu Bush Camp is located on a private concession in Hwange National Park and overlooks an ancient riverbed, known as a ‘vlei’. The waterhole in this vlei attracts a variety of wildlife and birds. The lodge has been carefully designed to have minimal impact on its surroundings and caters for no more than 12 guests at a time. The camp comprises of six bespoke, safari-style rooms, each on an elevated platform, all offering excellent views of the waterhole. Activities on offer include half- and full-day wildlife drives, night drives, visits to the Painted Dog Conservation Centre, walking safaris, pan / hide sits and wildlife counts (on request).
Please call 020 7808 6780 for more information or to make a booking.