Situated in the southern side of the Hwange National Park in the Bomani Vlei, this wilderness lodge stands alone in the area. 9 tents and one thatched family bungalow with an en-suite bathroom, overlooking a private waterhole which is frequented by elephants and buffalo well into the night. Five of the Serengeti tents are positioned upon spacious Zambezi teak platforms, which at five foot above ground level, offer stunning views across the open grasslands. There are no fences, simply a railway line that separates the private reserve from the Hwange National Park, therefore game roams freely between the two. Bomani is famous for its massive herds of elephants – hundreds can be spotted in a day on safari in the dry season. Bomani benefits from being on its own private concession and guests can expect an exclusive game viewing experience during their stay.
Enjoy the sightings of Cape Buffalo and Elephant herds congregating around the waterhole at night.