When Visiting 3 Wilderness Camps across Zimbabwe…

Cultures & Communities

Kate MacWilliam


While our Kafue camps are closed for the season, our Busanga Plains guides are currently exploring a few of our other regions and camps – an opportunity to meet Wilderness colleagues, take part in guiding and enjoy new scenery and wildlife.


Shumba guide and Olympus photographer Isaac Kalio has spent the last few weeks exploring our Zimbabwe camps: Little Makalolo, Davison’s and Linkwasha, situated in the south-east of Hwange National Park. Armed with his Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II, he’s taken an array of fantastic photographs, shared with us below.


“Team Davison’s Camp thank you for taking great care of me. I really enjoyed my stay with you. Thank you as well to Richard, who guided our group and showed us his magnificent home”.


“I love Linkwasha Camp, it’s beautiful! Our game drive also produced some serious lion sightings. My heart was beating – and is still beating. I adore lions”.

“I loved ending the day at Mbiza for a sundowner. It’s my favourite spot in Hwange”.


“Hwange is a place of wildlife abundance. It’s incredible how much wildlife you can see on a game drive. I was so lucky to see such a variety of species during my stay”.





“Exploring Hwange felt like we were on an endless treasure hunt. There was just so much to see, and so many surprises around every corner. I can’t wait to come back”.

“We came across these two big male lions, what an exciting morning!”

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