Bomani LodgeBomani Lodge

Bomani Lodge

From: $505.00

Bomani Lodge lies in the remote Southern section of Hwange in a private concession that has it’s own access into the park. Game drives, walking safaris and night drives ensure excellent game viewing on the Ngamo Plains or the Forest Reserve. This is an ideal family safari lodge.


Bomani Lodge

Hwange National Park

Bomani Lodge lies just outside Hwange National Park and offers excellent game viewing in a private concession with access to the park itself. The camp lies in the remote Sikumbi Forest Reserve and the lodge vehicles have their own private gate into Hwange. This Southern area of the park is more private, less vehicles are seen and the Ngamo Plains are well known for incredible Elephant herds.

The lodge has been built on the edge of a small waterhole that is filled regularly and attracts a great diversity and number of animals.

One of the eccentric features of Bomani Lodge is the Elephant Express, a modified railway carriage. The carriage runs on the tracks originally constructed by Cecil John Rhodes on the Eastern boundary of the park. It’s a great way to arrive on safari as it is more comfortable than a vehicle – not so much bouncing – and allows you to get up and walk around.

Chalets & Tented Suites

There are 5 Saddle Bill tents that are the rustic option of accommodation. Raised off the ground they have canvas walls and mesh windows that can be closed at night. Twin or double beds, en-suite bathrooms and a small deck at the front, these do not overlook the waterhole but have great views over the open pan area.

Four Spurwing suites are more luxurious, spacious, built at ground level and overlooking the waterhole from the deck at the front of each room. These can also be made up as twin or doubles and have a small lounge area for relaxation. The en-suite bathroom is slightly larger than the Saddle Bill tents.

The Sable Suite is at the far end of the lodge. Raised on a wooden platform this is ideal for families or friends travelling together. Both rooms have their own en-suite bathroom with outside shower, lounge and dining area. This can accommodate up to 6 guests.

The Thatched Chalet is built of brick rather than canvas and has two separate bedrooms that share a bathroom. This room has both air conditioning and satellite television.

Read our Country Information for travel to Zimbabwe.

Consider combining this with John’s Camp in Mana Pools or The Hide and Dove’s Nest. For a little more luxury book at Camelthorn Lodge.

Looking for remote Hwange? Explore Jozibanini Camp.

For further information on Hwange and its conservation read about the excellent work the Conservation Action Trust is doing in the park.

How to Get There

Fly In

Fly in to Victoria Falls Airport in Zimbabwe with British Airways, Ethiopian Airlines or Kenya Airways.

On arrival you will be met by your safari representative for the 4 – 5 hour road and rail transfer to the lodge.

Private air charters are possible from Victoria Falls Airport to Sipepa Airstrip which is an hours drive from the lodge.

For assistance with transfers or private charters, get in touch with us, we’ll ensure your safari arrangements are seamless.



  • Accommodation
  • All meals
  • Soft drinks and local brand alcohol
  • Laundry
  • Airstrip transfers
  • Twice daily game drives
  • Tourism Levy
  • Walking safaris
  • Night drives



  • Premium brand drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Air charters
  • Visa fees’
  • Personal travel insurance
  • National Park fees’

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