Camp Amalinda , situated in the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Matobo Hills, offers luxury Zimbabwe lodging with specialised activities in and around the Matobo National Park such as a Rhino tracking safari, visiting Bushmen painting sites and the grave of Cecil John Rhodes, not to mention excellent wildlife sightings on game drives.
At Camp Amalinda guests are accommodated in 9 thatched rooms, 2 of which are honeymoon suites. The rooms are a marvel of architectural ingenuity, the way they are built around the huge granite boulders. Each is individually decorated and has its own look and feel. The lodge has wonderful views over the landscape and is a tranquil spot where you can relax and watch the endangered Verreaux's Eagles.
Some of the most majestic granite scenery in the world is found in the Matobo Hills. It is here that the hopes, trials and tribulations of the Bushmen (San people) are recorded in the ancient rock art. Mammal and bird species are prolific and include the highest concentrations of Leopard and Verreaux's Eagle in the world.
At the base of Camp Amalinda there is a large swimming pool with comfortable loungers and a bar, all overlooking a waterhole. A resident beauty therapist is available for a massage, manicure and pedicure. This is the perfect place to relax and absorb the setting.