Verney's Camp: Our View
Located at Verney’s Pan on their own private 10 000 hectare concession in the remote south-eastern side of Hwange National Park, Verney’s Camp, completed in 2018, offers a masterful blend of fresh modernity, comfort and unfettered exposure to Hwange’s untamed prolific wildlife.
The waterhole right in front of camp plays host to numerous animals and is a playground for the famous Presidential elephant herds of Hwange. Verney’s Camp is part of the Machaba Safaris group and was built in keeping with Machaba Safaris’ winning recipe that matches the timeless wonder of a classic safari to Africa. Verney's is aimed at the affordable luxury travel market worldwide for both the novice and the well-seasoned safari traveller alike.
This family-friendly camp boasts 8 double/twin en suite tents and 2 family suites nestled in the teak forest facing out onto Verney’s Pan, where one can watch the natural world come and go from the comfort of your private elevated patio deck. The main social areas consist of tastefully furnished dining and lounge canvas structures, a bar area and swimming pool out front, overlooking the pan and surrounding flood plains.
Meals can be taken communally or privately on your deck, as you wish.
Verney’s Camp: Quick Facts
- Large private concession with full access to the greater Hwange National Park
- 8 double/twin tents with en-suite bathrooms and 2 family suites - small intimate safari experience
- Swimming pool
- Dedicated Wifi zone
- Day and night game drives, walking, cultural visits
- Easy access by light aircraft or road transfers
Verney’s Camp: The Details
Verney’s camp benefits from being in a very remote part of Hwange National Park, not open to regular park visitors and to this end, you can expect a very private intimate safari experience. Being on a large private concession allows for night drives to search from the elusive nocturnal creatures. The size of the wildlife herds and the variety of animal species are spectacular. Highlights include the enormous buffalo and elephant herds, and the predatory animals including lion, leopard, hyena, wild dog and cheetah.