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TripAdvisor Reviews The Hide Hwange National Park
Travel Blogs from Hwange National Park
... College parent, whom I knew years ago when I taught his sons, afforded Godfrey a digital camera - he and his family have become frequents of Sinamatella, having said, ‘Hwange is great, but we go now to see Godfrey’. Godfrey has a following on email, where he takes photos and updates his followers with the goings on in Hwange. He does this by using the researches computer when they are in camp. He has taught himself to knit, and hence we ...
... and many elephants, but alas, none of the elusive cats.As the day wore on, so did I, and by the time we returned to our lodge I was ready for bed. A fitful sleep, disturbed by a chorus of animals in the nearby forest. Although I can't be certain, I believe I heard elephants trumpeting, lion(s) growling/roaring, a leopard roaring and jackals yelping. Laying awake listening to the cacophony of sounds was a wonderful experience.
... similar to a sour Mango.
We enjoyed the drive to our lodge as the unspoiled beauty of this area unfolded before us. Hwange is comparatively undiscovered, a bush country park, known for its herds of sable antelope. Sable Sands Lodge, where we stayed, sits at the edge of a long valley tucked into the trees. We were greeted by the owner in a very comfortable communal area with a cool ...
We head back to our tent to download our photos, marvel at what we have seen, read a bit and then, siesta. This is the hot part of the day and it is best to be out of the sun. Even the hyper-active baboons who entertain us in the grass and trees around our tent are quiet in the afternoons.
Later in the day, we see the same lions, this time coming toward us, on their way to a water hole. Elliott, our guide, tells us they are not far from where ...
... question. We soon realised that none of us had any money and had to turn back.
The solution was to take the car. It worked to our advantage as Tau and I agreed that we could pick up people along the way for a few dollars. Whilst driving to Harare, I noticed things had changed a little. There seemed to be more construction going on and dwellings scattered around.
Whilst driving down Robert Mugabe rd. and other familiar street names I loved being back in ...