Davison's Camp

Situated in the south-eastern Linkwasha Concession, Davison's Camp is in the prime location for viewing wildlife in the entire Hwange National Park. It is a classic African tented camp, overlooking a popular waterhole. "At Davison's, elephants have right of way, all 30,000 of them!"

About Davison's Camp

Camp at NightLying deep within Hwange National Park, Davison's Camp is named after the Park's founder and first warden, Ted Davison.

The camp is situated under ancient false mopane trees and overlooks a very popular watering hole which attracts a wide array of the local wildlife, which can be seen from the verandas of guests' tents.

The camp's lounge, dining room and open campfire and pool also look over the watering hole and expansive plains.


Tent ExteriorDavison’s Camp has 8 twin-bedded tents, as well as a single Family tent, the latter of which can comfortably sleep four people. The Camp management is often willing to provide an extra mattress that can be placed on the floor to sleep an extra person.

Each suite has a concrete veranda overlooking the waterhole and plains, with deck chairs and a table.  Ceiling fans are also included in the tents.

All of these tents have en-suite bathrooms with an indoor shower, hot and cold running water, and a flushing toilet. Toiletries are provided.


Safaris include game drives in 4x4 vehicles or guided walks in the morning and evening.