Nantwich Lodge is set to open next month in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe.

The lodge has nine suites, sleeping two guests each, one of which is a honeymoon suite. 

Spokesperson, Marguerite Engelbrecht, commented: “The main area and chalets all overlook a large dam that draws wildlife from across the plains. The dam itself has a resident hippo and crocodile. The camp will also have an infinity pool and a bar in an area separate from the main area. The main area has a lounge and open-plan kitchen for an interactive culinary experience.”

Activities include wildlife viewing on game drives and guided bush walks.

Hwange is the largest national park in Zimbabwe and is home to 400 different species of bird and 107 types of mammals. Located just an hour south of the Victoria Falls, and three and half hours from Bulawayo, Hwange is easily accessible from both Victoria Falls and Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo (Bulawayo) International Airports.