Bomani is a charming, simple yet special camp, situated in a private concession in an exclusive area of south east Hwange National Park. Overlooking Bomani Pan which lies on the Ngoma Plain this is a vast and incredibly beautiful area dotted with pans, ponds, wetlands, palm savannah and grasslands, supporting an abundance of wildlife. The main lounge, bar and dining area is open-sided and thatched, overlooking Bomani pan which is often a hive of activity. There is also a campfire seating area at the front of the lodge where guests gather in the evenings for pre-dinner drinks and amazingly clear skies give a superb opportunity for star gazing whilst you sit there listening to animals drinking at the waterhole. The campfire is also where you will enjoy breakfast early each morning, with toast being cooked on the open fire.
Accommodation consists of four Spurwing tents which are tiled throughout with en-suite shower, flush loo and sink and look out to the waterhole. The honeymoon tent is the same as a Spurwing but also has a claw-foot bath. The Hornbill tents are set on raised teak platforms under shady trees and look out onto open grasslands with en-suite shower, flush loo and sink. The brick under thatch Royal Suite may be used as a family room or for guests who like the security of a solid structure. It features air con as well as en-suite shower, flush loo and sink.
Activities include game drives on the concession and into Hwange National Park. Night drives and walks are conducted within the camp’s private concession. An interesting full day activity is the “pump” run which takes place during the dry season (May to November). Guests are encouraged to visit neighbouring villages where they will gain an insight into Ndebele people’s lives as well.