Robins Camp is one of the three National Parks camps in Hwange National Park, which is now leased to a private company. It is hidden deep in the wilderness, close to the Botswana border. The landscape is rugged and full of surprises, the wildlife fabulous.
The camp has been completely renovated using the old buildings and with a minimally extended footprint. With fresh colours and enormous creativity, Robins Camp has become a cosy and friendly lodge in the wilderness. On hot days, the swimming pool is a great place to cool off between game drives. The restaurant offers good food and the bar invites you to linger and chat about the experiences of the day.
The campsite next to the lodge has new ablution buildings with hot and cold running water, solar boilers and plenty of space for tents and 4x4 campers. Many large Mopane trees provide pleasant shade.