Amalinda Safari Collection (ASC) is refurbishing Khulu Bush Camp in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe.
ASC CEO, Sharon Stead, says the camp is being upgraded from a 12-bed tented camp, with three new tents, taking the maximum number of guests to 18. The new tents will be open for bookings by the end of October.
“Investing in our properties further enhances our belief that Zimbabwe is becoming a destination of choice amongst international travellers looking for an experiential life-changing holiday. Through the ups and downs of tourism over the years, we have pledged a firm commitment to the amazing wildlife landscapes and safari offering that Zimbabwe can provide,” says Stead.
ASC also operates Amalinda Lodge, Ivory Lodge and Taskers’ Campsite.