Hwange National Park is the largest park in Zimbabwe. It stretches over an area of almost 14 500 square kilometers. From the semi-desert scrublands of the Kalahari, to granite hills and wooded plains it is a magical area. The savanahs with palm trees and acacias are home to a diverse range of wildlife. There are over 90 species of mammals and 400 bird species. Hwange National Park has a huge elephant population. Massive herds of buffalo and the scare roan and sable antelope can also be seen.
If driving, Robins Camp is 2 hours south of Victoria Falls. Approximately 45 kilometres from Victoria Falls you will take the Matetsi road. After 60 km you will reach Robins Camp entrance gate where you will be asked to sign in. A further 12 km will bring you to Robins Camp reception. GPS – 18°37’45.43” S 25°59’10.56”
There are both chalets and camping available at Robins Camp. The chalets are luxurious with en-suite facilities, an overhead fan and a full mosquito net to protect you from insects. Guests staying at Robins Camp can enjoy excellent facilities including a swimming pool, bar, restaurant and a scenic viewing point.
Hwange is all about game watching and birdlife. Game drives and guided walks are conducted by experienced guides who are there to make your activities as interesting as possible. You are also welcome to do a self-drive through the wonderful Hwange National Park.