Big Cave Camp • Matobo National Park

Simbabwe

Description

Big Cave Camp is located in the heart of a remarkable wildlife and cultural paradise, situated on an impressive granite kopje. Big Cave Camp is situated within the expansive and renowned Matobo Hills, bordering the Matobo National Park. This location provides visitors with unparalleled opportunities to encounter iconic species such as rhinos. Guests can explore the renowned rock paintings of the Matobo Hills, ensuring a memorable experience that combines wildlife and cultural immersion. The secluded sanctuary offers eight charming thatched chalets, strategically positioned to allow visitors to savour every moment in the Zimbabwean wilderness. The camp’s natural rock-pool and sundeck provide an authentic taste of the Matopos, and guests, whether families, groups of friends, or honeymooners, can celebrate a successful day of exploration by enjoying a sundowner around the campfire, surrounded by the awe-inspiring natural surroundings at Big Cave Camp.

Room Types

  • 6 chalets
  • 1 family room
  • 1 honeymoon suite

Facilities

  • King-size bed in twin chalets (can be converted to two singles)
  • King-size bed and double bunk bed in family room
  • Queen-size bed and lounge area in honeymoon suite
  • Enclosed bar
  • Lounge & dining room
  • Library
  • WiFi
  • Natural rock pool and sundeck
  • Cave-style boma

Activities

  • Rhino tracking
  • Game viewing
  • Rock painting tour
  • Rhodes grave
  • Cultural tours
  • Bird watching

Choose currency

From
$ 195.00
per person per night sharing

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