Iganyana Tented camp is easy to get to. But, once you arrive, the rest of the world feels far away. Tucked into a teak forest, our African Luxury Tented Camp looks out over the wide, open grass plain of a long-dry riverbed. Here, tall rain trees shade the large Bedouin tented dining and living area. This opens onto a large, raised wooden deck overlooking the waterhole just a stone’s throw away.
From the awesome grandeur of the Victoria Falls, it’s an easy two-hour drive, or a quick 30-minute charter flight, to the seclusion of Iganyana Tented Camp. Our private concession is just minutes from Hwange airport and Hwange National Park. We’re also right around the corner from the African Painted Dog conservation centre.
Our 16 spacious safari tents have been specially designed and purpose-built just for Iganyana Tented Camp. Offering 640 square feet of pure peace and privacy, all rooms have king or twin beds and en-suite bathrooms, as well as a separate dressing area, an indoor sitting area, tea and coffee making facilities, and double doors leading onto a shaded outdoor veranda.
The sturdy steel-framed tents feature a double layer of canvas for additional insulation and cool, polished cement floors topped with natural fibre rugs. The rooms are elegantly furnished with lovingly restored antiques and locally crafted wooden furniture. Bathrooms are equipped with flush toilets, double vanities, and indoor showers with solar-powered hot water.
Air-conditioning and 24-hour electricity ensure your room is always bright, cool and comfortable. And top-quality bedding and linen – along with hot water bottles and snuggly blankets – guarantee a heavenly night’s sleep.
On safari at Iganyana Tented Camp, you’re free to do as much or as little as you choose. Because our game activities are optional, you don’t have to feel obliged to be busy in the bush all the time. If you like, you can spend your day simply detoxing from the stress of civilisation and sit peacefully on the deck with a book and a pair of binoculars. But, it would be a shame not to experience all our game activities at least once.