Somalisa Expeditions Camp is an eco friendly safari camp in Hwange National Park. Book Somalisa Expeditions for an authentic ecotourism eco camp safari in Hwange.
Somalisa Expeditions exudes adventure and brings you face to face with Africa’s giants. Sit in your armchair and let nature venture to you. Somalisa Expeditions Eco Camp is a place of bonfires, where stories and laughter are shared and where the striking African sky evolves from a bright orange blaze, with silhouetted acacia trees on the horizon, to the twilight of the night sky.
Senses are awakened on game drives, bush walks, bird watching excursions and cultural visits. The professional guides transform an experience from passive viewing of sightings to a passionate demonstration of beauty and wonder. Their wisdom about the African wilderness will fascinate and amaze you.
Capturing the ambiance of a mobile camp but with all the trimmings, Somalisa Expeditions Eco Camp offers you authenticity and comfort. Somalisa Expeditions common areas are on ground level, giving you a closer connection to the true wilderness experience, without sacrificing any luxury. The honest and genuine design of Somalisa Expeditions camp truly grants you the space to explore Africa as it should be.
The rooms at Somalisa Acacia are comfortable, spacious and authentic to an African safari. The Meru style tents are elegantly set-up on wooden decking. Accommodation includes en-suite bathroom facilities with flush toilets and al-fresco bucket showers.
• Rates quoted are per person per night sharing. Single supplements may apply.
• Rates quoted are for Somalisa Expeditions Camp tents. Other room type rates are available on request.
• Please treat all pricing as a guide only.
• All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice.
• Request a quote or speak to one of our Matriarch Africa safari experts for the best, most current rates available.
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