Jozibanini Camp is situated in one of the most southern and untouched areas of Hwange Na onal Park. This is a small exclusive camp in a truly wild place allowing guests to have a unique untamed wilderness experience from the safety and comfort of our lodge amongst the ancient fossil dunes. The Camp is a 6 hours road transfer from Bomani, Camelthorn or Nehimba via a game drive with picnic lunch on route
The Accommodation consists of self contained camp tents on raised decks overlooking the lodge waterhole.
2 Twin rooms 2 ¾ beds and an en suite open air bathroom with toilet and bucket shower.
1 Double room with 1 double bed and an en suite open air bathroom with toilet and bucket shower.
Jozi ‘ Star Bed’ Experience with all beds are fitted with wheels allowing them to be easily moved onto the tent deck allowing guests to sleep under the stars!
Main facilities are open air dining area, no WIFI or Electricity.
Hwange National park at 14,500 sqkm is one of Africa’s great Parks and is home to over 100 species of mammals, including 19 large herbivore and 8 large carnivore species, and nearly 400 species of birds. Hwange is elephant country and much of the game viewing relates to magnificent opportunities to view these, the largest land mammals, in a completely wild state.
Game Drives consist of Morning and afternoon game drives with snacks in traditional open safari vehicles. All day game drives with a packed lunch and snacks in traditional open safari vehicles. Land Cruisers seat up to 9 guests and Land Rovers seat up to 7 guests. Game walks are conducted by a fully licensed and highly experienced professional guide. Usually undertaken in the mornings and ideal for photography of big game on foot.
Imvelo Safari Lodges operate 15 waterholes for the wildlife of Hwange. Transfers to and from Jozibanini from Bomani or Camelthorn include doing pump runs along the way to supply pump attendants with new supplies and to make any necessary repairs.
Guests can experience Hwange’s giants up close and only a few meters from the watering hole from the safety of this specialized 6m long underground blind with en-suite flush toilet.
Guests can also experience Hwange from a very unique perspective – on a mountain bike!
Deep Kalahari sands make much of this area inappropriate for biking, but geography and elephants have worked together to make it a possibility here.
Children under the age of 7 are only allowed by special arrangement and providing parents sign a disclaimer.
This is subject to restrictions, particularly to do with private dining options and a separate vehicle for game drives and is at the sole discretion of lodge management. 1 child may share a tent with an adult.