Linkwasha Camp is divided into two camps - a 14 and a 6 bedded luxury tented camp.  Linkwasha is situated in a private concession area within Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. The area includes many diverse habitats, including Kalahari scrub, acacia woodlands, as well as palm islands and teak forests. This habitat diversity attracts many different animal populations and over 400 species of birds. The area is known for its big game, particularly the predators, as well as large herds of elephants and buffalo during the winter months. Summer months offer a complete contrast as many of the plains-game (and their predators) migrate to this section of the park to enjoy the lush grazing on the open savannah.  Game drive safaris in open 4x4 vehicles, hides and guided walks form part of the Linkwasha experience. The tented rooms are large and comfortable and are built under thatch. Each room has en-suite facilities including a shower, basin, and flush toilet – and an outdoor shower as well. There is a raised walkway that links each room to each other and the lounge and dining room. Each room overlooks an expansive plain in front of camp that usually has different species of game on the savannah.