Robins Camp has lodges, chalets and camping sites.
In addition, a restaurant, bar, shop and fuel are available.
There are also several exclusive camps in the Robins area:
The Camp consists of 3 lodges and is located 11 kilometres northwest
of Robins Camp. Each lodge is fully equipped and self-contained. This
remote camp is built on a small bluff which overlooks a natural pan
and grassy plain.
Deka Camp consists of 2 family units, each with 2 bedrooms, bathroom
and toilet. An additional facility contains a dining room, lounge, scenic
verandah and kitchen with refrigerator and stove. The camp is serviced
and fully equipped and takes a maximum of 12 persons. Deka Camp is situated
25 kilometres west of Robins Camp. Access is by four-wheel drive vehicles
only. The camp is normally closed during the rainy season.
Attractions & Activities
Big Toms & Little Toms – these are viewing hides which
provide excellent game viewing opportunities and are named for the farms
of Harold Robins who bequeathed his land to the Park in 1939.
Amenities Restaurant and bar ■
Fuel station – please note petrol deliveries are not reliable
so visitors have to take precautionary measures
Hwange | 2 | Lodge
Hwange Animals | Hwange Birds
Hwange National park
Through traffic from Main Camp is required to leave by 1200 hours.
This camp was bequeathed to the government in 1939 by a local farmer,
Harold G. Robins
We do not take bookings for Zimbabwe Parks Board