Khulu Ivory “Grandfather of Ivory” is located on a private concession of 6,000 acres.
The beauty of this camp is that it combines luxurious and private accommodation with old world hospitality.
Khulu overlooks an ancient riverbed, in today’s terms called a ‘vlei’ and the waterhole in this vlei is known to attract a variety of the greatest wildlife and bird life in Hwange National Park.
Designed for those who are looking for a real escape, Khulu caters for no more than twelve guests at a time. This intimate camp comprises of three bespoke thatched safari style suites built onto platforms.
The rooms are well appointed and each designed in a modern contemporary style. Each suite has an indoor and outdoor shower, a balcony for game viewing and individual tea and coffee making facilities.
The beds are twins, but can be converted to super king size for double occupancy. Khulu has been carefully designed to have minimal impact to its surroundings and the environment.
Khulu Ivory Details
Game drives (day)
at the lodge
Game drives (night)
Visits to the Painted Dog Conservation Centre
Raised fire pit for stargazing
Included in your stayMeals: All meals
Drinks: All drinks
Activities: 2 safari activities per day
Khulu Ivory Map
Khulu Ivory's location in Zimbabwe on Google Maps
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