Accommodation at Camp Amalinda is comprised 10 gorgeous suites. Each room is decorate to the tee with stunning, intricate fabrics and light netted draped across the room. The rocky interior amplifying the sense of nature – the sense of wilderness and Africa.
There are 3 double rooms, 2 twin rooms and then a gigantic room with a proportionally huge bed. Each room comes with ample space and a sitting room from where you can gaze out onto the wild of Africa.
There are plenty of on-site facilities at Camp Amalinda, in-fact – it has it all. Featuring a cosy library area full of African Classics with a secluded chess room off to the side. The epitome of peace and tranquility above the Zimbabwean treetops. Not only is there a large infinity pool embedded in the rock with a bar area but there’s also the camp’s own Heritage Spa where you can choose from a wide variety of massages and treatments; so you can treat yourself among the most beautiful backdrop of Matobo Hills.
The camp is based in one of the more fascinating parts of Zimbabwe, namely the Granite Hills where you get to see Cecil John Rhode’s “View of the World.” With gigantic rock spheres oddly scattered throughout the hills; it’s described as having a definitive spiritual presence. There’s also the Matobo Hills which you can explore, hills once traversed by mysterious nomads from where they held sacred ceremonies. It’s also the richest source of San rock are currently known.
Take part in ‘Rhino Tracking’ where you can explore either on land or foot one of the last bastions of White Rhino left in the world.
Other nature walks and cultural visits are also available to do.
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