A classic African tented camp, Davison’s Camp lies deep in the Hwange National Park, in the private south-eastern Linkwasha Concession. Named after the founder of Hwange, Ted Davison, the camp is tastefully hidden beneath a grove of mopane trees overlooking a waterhole and open plains.
Davison’s offers nine tents of which seven are twins (no doubles possible), one is a double honeymoon tent and one is a family tent that sleeps four guests comfortably. The tents are set on the ground with a concrete base and wooden doors, have en-suite bathrooms, bathroom amenities, fans and a verandah overlooking the waterhole. Tents are linked by natural, sandy walkways to the central camp areas which are also under canvas and comprise of a dining room on one side and lounge and bar on the other, with excellent waterhole views. There is a plunge pool and open campfire area.
Daily activities offered at Davison’s include game drives in the morning or evening, where nocturnal animals can be spotted, and morning guided bush walks.