Elephant’s Eye is a 4-star eco-lodge situated in Hwange National Park. Enjoy game drives in Hwange, explore our concession and enjoy our treehouse chalets. The best Zimbabwe has to offer: Elephant’s Eye, Hwange offers an unforgettable experience with the African wilderness – in an intimate and welcoming setting.
Elephant’s Eye, Hwange is located on a private concession (about 6000 ac), which is only 13 km from the entrance to Hwange National Park.
Attention to detail and friendly service in the heart of the African bush will put you at ease, as you escape the noise and bustle of the modern world. Enjoy the quiet, beautiful views overlooking a waterhole, that is frequented by elephants and other game, allowing you to feel at one with nature.
The camp comprises of 8 tented chalets. Every chalet has a double or twin beds surrounded by mosquito netting and with an en-suite bathroom with a bath and basin, glam outside shower and wrap-around veranda. The Elephant’s Eye Hwange lodge can host a maximum of 16 people at any given time and all meals and most drinks are included.
This authentic, modern African lodge is designed to meet your needs with style and excellent service, setting a high standard for the discerning traveller.
A swimming pool and our eco-spa welcome you to take the time to indulge and relax. Experience warm African hospitality at a Boma dinner lit by lanterns and a roaring fire, gourmet meals are served at different locations around the lodge to revel in the natural beauty of the African surroundings.
In the evenings enjoy exciting night-time game drives, romantic sundowners at breath-taking viewpoints, or take the opportunity to sleep under the stars at our secluded open-air star bed next to a waterhole.
Eco-Spa, Waterhole Sundowners, Horseback Safaris, Guided Walks, Game Drives, Community Upliftment Experience, The Eye Starbed, Bush Dinners
A short 20-minute flight from Victoria Falls or a 2 1/2 -hour transfer brings you to Elephant’s Eye, Hwange located on a private concession that shares a fenceless border with Hwange National Park.