Camp Kuzuma is home to one of the busiest elephant corridors between Chobe National Park and Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. The lodge is both luxurious and intimate as it has only five Tented Suites on offer in an area spanning over 20,000ha. You need not move further than the comfort of your armchair to watch the game either drinking at the water hole or wandering around the area.
Camp Kuzuma has seven luxury open-plan tented suites, connected with an elevated walkway. The canvas and stone suites are open to the bush during the day, facing the bushveld and designed for absolute privacy. An overhead fan provides respite from the heat. The en-suite bathrooms include a freestanding bath tub, his and hers indoor showers and an outdoor shower too.
The main lodge area, built under a large canvas tent, is home to an open plan bar, lounge and dining area. The main area extends onto a large wooden deck with a sparkling swimming pool that overlooks a floodlit waterhole that is frequently visited by an abundance of wildlife including elephant and lion.
Camp Kuzuma focuses completely on land based activities. Early morning drives (and by early we mean: at the crack of dawn), night drives and guided walks.