Situated in the North-western part of Zimbabwe, Ngamo shares an open border with the Hwange National park.

The concession was established by the Forestry Commission of Zimbabwe to generate revenue for conservation programs in the country’s indigenous forest areas through recreational hunting as well as photographic safaris. The permanent colonial-style camp has four thatched units sleeping two guests either twin or double. It has furthermore en-suite bathrooms and an open communal lounge and dining area. Although simple, the camp offers great comfort and delicious local cuisine. The closest ports of entry to Ngamo hunting area are Bulawayo International Airport (BUQ) and Victoria Falls International Airport (VFA).

Ngamo is one of the world’s finest dangerous game hunting safari destinations. The hunting area consists of 8,000 square kilometers of forest land and supports a prolific and diverse number of plants, birds and animal species. Species to hunt include: Lion, Leopard, Buffalo and large numbers of plains game such as: sable, blue wildebeest, zebra, impala, kudu and eland to mention but a few.

Ngamo Facts

  • Size1,900,000
  • TerrainWoodlands with seasonal wetlands and grasslands
  • Accessibility3-hour drive from Bulawayo International Airport (BUQ)
  • Gravel Airstrip
  • AccommodationFour thatched bungalows with en-suite bathrooms, Wi-Fi, electricity and daily laundry. Thatched lounge, bar and dining area
  • Malaria Area

Ngamo Gallery