Hwange Main Camp is located close to the main entrance in the southern part of the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. The Hwange Main Camp can easily be reached via a tarred road, off the road from Bulawayo to the Victoria Falls.
In the Hwange Main Camp of the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, guests have a choice between self-catering (self contained) lodges, chalets and cottages, as well as a camping and caravan site. The self-catering lodges in the Hwange Main Camp are en suite and have one or two bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a veranda. Cooking is done in a thatched communal area, where electric hot plates are provided. The self-catering (self contained) cottages in the Hwange Main Camp share a central communal thatched dining area. The fridges are also for communal use. Guests must provide their own cutlery and crockery.
The self-catering chalets in the Hwange Main Camp of the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe are one or two-bedroomed units, each with a veranda. Guests make use of communal ablution facilities. Each unit is equipped with a fridge and kitchen sink, and wood or charcoal braais are provided.
The camping and caravan sites in the Hwange Main Camp are equipped with piped water to each site, and wood or charcoal braais are available. The ablution facilities are communal. If you want to camp in the Hwange Main Camp, bring your own tent and camping equipment.
Other facilities in the Hwange Main Camp include a restaurant and bar (if you do not feel like cooking), as well as a grocery shop and fuel station. Keep in mind that petrol deliveries to the Hwange Main Camp can be erratic, so plan your driving accordingly. There is also a curio shop where you can buy small gifts for the people back home.
The area around the Hwange Main Camp has many waterholes and pans, including the Ngwesha Pan and Dom waterhole. The loop road to the Ngwesha Pan is a very pleasant outing, while the Dom waterhole is famous for its beautiful sunsets. The Nyamandhlovu Platform is well-known for excellent game viewing.