Davison's Camp

About Davison's Camp

Davison’s Camp was named after Ted Davison, the founder of Hwange National Park. The camp is not overly luxurious; however it is in an exceptional game viewing area. Looking out onto a water hole and an open plain which act like magnets for the local wildlife – you don’t even need to leave the camp to find something exciting. The camp is great for an intimate and classic African Safari experience.

Tents are well maintained and all have a veranda complete with spectacular views, as well as an en-suite bathroom. 

The main areas provide a great place to relax at the end of the day, ideally positioned for a nice cool breeze.

lodge details


A classic tented camp in an area of prolific wildlife.


Deep in the south east of Hwange National Park, in the Linkwasha Concession. Access is via road transfer from either Makalolo or Hwanga Main Camp Airstrips.

Accommodation & Facilities

The nine tented suites consist of 2 doubles, 6 twins and one for families; all have a concrete veranda and an en-suite bathroom. Rooms are kept cool by ceiling fans, protected from the elements by canvas roofs and are all connected to the main area via well worn, wide elephant paths. All of the rooms overlook the productive waterhole and have large mesh windows for brilliant vistas.

The main area is open and airy, with large rugs covering the concrete floors as well as wood and canvas walls. This area consists of both a lounge and dining room, each in different wings. The lounge has a small bar at one end and the dining room has one complete missing wall for amazing views down over the plains.


Meals are generally taken together in the dining tent. Guests can request food in their room but this is reserved for special occasions.


At Davison’s Camp there are usually 2 activities per day. Either game drives in an open top 4x4 vehicle, spotlight drives in the evenings to see any nocturnal activity. Walking safaris are also an option in the mornings with an armed guide.

Child Policy

Children over 6 are allowed, although you may need to hire your own private vehicle.

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