This tented lodge is situated in a 5,000 acre private concession inside the Ngamo Forest on the edge of the remote and unspoilt southeastern corner of Hwange National Park. Bomani is famous for its massive herds of elephants - hundreds can be spotted in a day on safari in the dry season - as well as it's unique and diverse landscapes, from impressive forests of teak and other hardwoods to some of the largest savannah grasslands in the Park.

These wide open plains attract an abundance of plains game which also encourages a considerable number of large predators: the lions' roars can often be heard from camp; several leopard territories surround the plains, wild dog den in the area in winter, and during the dry season it's not uncommon to spot prowling cheetah and hyena. Once, rolling Kalahari sand dunes covered the area, but over time the rains turned the desert into an enormous lake. Today, the dry, expansive plains are dotted with natural water pans and Ilala Palms, offering a peaceful sanctuary to the countless herds of wildlife that call the area home.

Within very close proximity (1 mile) Ngamo’s gate to Hwange National Park.


Nine large luxury tents and one sumptuous thatched bungalow. The main lodge overlooks the pan and comprises of an open dining room, bar area and lounge, built on a spectacular viewing platform. You can enjoy your breakfast while watching zebra and wildebeest quietly graze or sip a sundowner as giraffe and elephant soak up the day’s final rays. 

Whether you choose to go on a guided game walk or game drive in the lodge’s private concession or a game drive in the national Park, you will not be disappointed - these spectacular landscapes teem with a rich array of unique African wildlife and flora

You can enjoy your breakfast whilst watching zebra and wildebeest quietly graze, or sip a sundowner as giraffe and elephant soak up the day's final rays. During the chilly winter evenings, our open fireplaces keep the room warm and cosy. You can even snuggle up under a blanket around the outdoor fire pit and enjoy a glass of red wine, whilst listening to the sounds of the African bush.