Located in the southwest corner of Hwange National Park, these lands were once the stomping grounds for the San people and are some of the most wild and untamed sections of the park. Spend two days here for an adventurous getaway, typically in conjunction with a stay at either Bomani Tented Camp or Camelthorn Lodge. Participate in a pump run during the drive out to Jozibanini, re-supplying the generator that keeps the water supply coming for the wildlife in dry season. At the camp you can experience game drives, walks, night drives, and even an experimental mountain biking safari. The Kalahari sands are deep in most regions making biking impossible, but the geography and elephants have worked together in this region making mountain biking a possibility. Spend time in the unique underground blind which gets you surprisingly close to the wildlife in front of the waterhole by Jozibanini. Enjoy two days at this rustic option before continuing on to another camp.
Two twin tents and one double tent are available at Jozibanini, keeping total guest numbers to a very low count. Each overlooks the lodge's waterhole with an en-suite bathroom with toilet and bucket shower.
The trip might have been the absolute best of our lifetime (thus far). We particularly want to commend our guide Peter in the Guilin area-he was so incredibly attentive, energetic, enthusiastic-and absolutely dedicated to ensuring that our meals were 100% vegetarian.