Jozibanini Camp is situated in the remote south west of Hwange National Park in a wilderness unused for nearly 20 years; only the wildlife and the Parks rangers who look after it frequent this area, once roamed by San people. This is a small, truly exclusive camp in a truly wild place, providing a unique, untamed wilderness experience.
Traditional open safari vehicles driven by licensed experienced guides.
Morning game drives with tea, coffee and biscuits and afternoon drives with drinks and snacks.
Night drives on the way back to camp from activities in the evenings with animal friendly red filter
spotlights to view the nocturnal wildlife in the area.
Conducted by a fully licensed and highly experienced professional guide. (usually undertaken in the
Here you will follow a network of ancient elephant paths which provide great walks along the fossil
Look up Game viewing Hide
Experience Hwange’s giants up close and only a few meters from the watering hole from the safety of
this specialized underground blind. Can also be used for game viewing by moonlight.
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.
3 x Twin rooms with 2 3/4 bed and an en suite open air bath room with toilet and bucket shower.
Jozi ‘Star Bed’ Experience - all beds are fitted with wheels allowing them to be easily moved onto the tent deck allowing guests to sleep under the stars!