4 Days at The Hide
3 NIGHTS DELUXE TENT PACKAGE
USD1460 pp sharing – Valid 16 Jan – Mar 2017 / Nov 2017-31 Mar 2018
USD1710 pp sharing – Valid 01 Jan 2017 / Apr – Jun 2017
USD2340 pp sharing – Valid Jul – Oct 2017
This package includes: 3 Nights accommodation with all meals; Return road transfers to and from Victoria Falls; Conservation and Park Fees; Local Drinks, House wine, up to 4 activities per day, teas/coffees and laundry
Price may vary due to circumstances beyond our control & AUD amount will depend on prevailing rate of exchange.
PLEASE CONTACT AFRICABOUND FOR FLIGHT COSTS FROM JOHANNESBURG, LUSAKA OR NAIROBI TO / FROM VICTORIA FALLS; EXTRA NIGHT RATES; SINGLE SUPPLEMENTS AND CHILD RATES
Situated on the Eastern Boundary of Hwange National Park in a five square kilometer area, it is one of the few camps in the National Park itself. Unlike other camps in the area, long drives from Camp to the Park are not necessary as they are in reality, a part of the Park itself, and the wildlife migration on the private concession is second to none. The Hide has 10 tented rooms with a maximum of 20 Guests. The Tents are large East African style luxury tents under thatch, all overlooking the main waterhole. Each tent has its own en suite bathroom, consisting of shower, hand basin and flush toilet along with a small teak dressing table, and most importantly, piping hot water at night and in the mornings. The spacious bedroom areas are very tastefully furnished with solid Zimbabwe Teak furniture each with individual decor themes e.g. Leopard, Out of Africa, and Hippo. The hub of the Camp is the majestic “A” Frame which houses the dining room and sun lounge downstairs and a large comfortable lounge and viewing area upstairs. Meals are served in unsurpassed elegance and style around our magnificent 22-seater teak dining room table – candlelit dinners are an experience to be treasured!
Activities at The Hide are varied and offer a full day of Game Viewing in one form or another. Game Drives before and after breakfast, both on the Concession and in the National Park. Early morning or late afternoon walks on the Concession with Professional Guides is an excellent opportunity to learn about the bush and its flora and fauna in general and a large variety of animals can be encountered on these walks.