Wilderness Safaris’ Linkwasha Camp – situated on a private concession in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park – has completed refurbishments that incorporate the local Ndebele culture.
PR and Media Relations Manager, Nirvani Pillay, said the vibrant Ndebele pattern was also incorporated into the handmade embroidered cushions, which add a colourful touch to the natural hues, while locally sourced baskets enhance the furnishings in the bar area. The crocheted lampshades were made by a local women’s group, supported by Wilderness Safaris’ non-profit partner, Children in the Wilderness.
Linkwasha comprises nine ultra-luxe en-suite tents and one family room, the main area deck, a swimming pool and a library with an open fire.
Activities include game drives and photographic and walking safaris.