Little Makalolo Camp - Zimbabwe - Wilderness Safaris

Little Makalolo Camp lies in the heart of Hwange National Park, in one of its best game viewing areas, overlooking a vibrant waterhole.
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"It had to be done. There was unfinished business. We had to return to Little Makalolo. Over the span of four nights in September, we scoured every nook of Wilderness Safaris' private concession in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. As expected, fantastic photographic opportunities abounded along with nature's dramatic moments."    ~ Guest Kenneth Coe

"It had to be done. There was unfinished business. We had to return to Little Makalolo. Over the span of four nights in September, we scoured every nook of Wilderness Safaris' private concession in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. As expected, fantastic photographic opportunities abounded along with nature's dramatic moments." ~ Guest Kenneth Coe

"It had to be done. There was unfinished business. We had to return to Little Makalolo. Over the span of four nights in September, we scoured every nook of Wilderness Safaris' private concession in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. As expected, fantastic photographic opportunities abounded along with nature's dramatic moments."    ~ Guest Kenneth Coe

"It had to be done. There was unfinished business. We had to return to Little Makalolo. Over the span of four nights in September, we scoured every nook of Wilderness Safaris' private concession in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. As expected, fantastic photographic opportunities abounded along with nature's dramatic moments." ~ Guest Kenneth Coe

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