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Wilderness Linkwasha

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    Wilderness Linkwasha is a contemporary safari lodge in an iconic Zimbabwean landscape.
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    Revel in the space and privacy of Linkwasha’s nine expansive tented suites, which overlook a waterhole frequented by thirsty herds of buffalo and antelope.
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    Catch your breath around the evening fire after a thrilling day's game-viewing.
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    Sink into a classic, comfortable stay at contemporary Wilderness Linkwasha.
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    A welcome as warm as a Hwange afternoon.
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    Shaded by leadwood trees, nine elegant tented suites offer views onto the camp’s waterhole and the busy plains beyond.
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    Examine wildlife tracks up close, and cock an ear for melodious birdcalls on a bush walk with one of our experienced guides.
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    Water is the lifeblood of Hwange.
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    Feel the magic of Africa in every grain of sand.
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    Cheetah use the elevation of a termite mound to scan for prey.
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    Linkwasha's underground hide overlooks the pan in front of camp.
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    Memories are made on magical early morning game drives.
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    Elephant and calf
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    Out on a game drive, meet wildlife in its pristine habitat.
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    Open-air dining overlooking the pan in front of camp
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    The lap pool offers relief from the heat at siesta time.
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Buffalo herd seen on the game drive.
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    The sleep-out platform at Scott's Pan (available on request).
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    Watching the passing parade at sunset.
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    Cheetah and their movements are closely monitored.
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    Lions are a regular feature of Linkwasha safari experiences.
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    A herd of elephants visit a waterhole to drink.
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    Credit: Mike Myers
    Sable graze on the short green grass of early summer.
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    Credit: Warren Ozorio
    Herds of plains game including zebra and sable.
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    Credit: Mike Myers
    Elephant gather at a waterhole to drink and cool down.
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Spectacular views from the main area and guest tents.
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    Guest tent bathroom area.
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Indoor dining for cooler winter nights.
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Linkwasha open-air dining around the pool.
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Elephants drink at a Hwange waterhole.
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    Credit: Joe Hanly
    Elephant at the sunken hide.
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Lioness crossing a plain.
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Cheetah seen from a game drive.
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Spotted hyena are seen and heard often.
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Battle for dominance.
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Elephants seen on a night game drive with red-filtered spotlight.

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