Camp Amalinda is set in the Matobo Hills, some of the most majestic rock sceneries in the world.
Amalinda consists of 9 individually thatched rooms including 2 recently refurbished honeymoon suites, all of which are uniquely designed. A cosy library contains some of the old 'African Classics', whilst a secluded chess room, located amongst the tree tops, guarantees peace and tranquillity. Sundowners can be enjoyed around a warm fire in the enclosed boma area.
As well as traditional game drives, walking at Camp Amalinda gives guests a different perspective of the bush. The camp's professional guides undergo an extremely arduous examination procedure in Zimbabwe and their understanding of animal behaviour allows guests to get up close on foot to both White and Black Rhino.
Guests can also visit several charted and uncharted San Rock Art sites in the Matobo region. These can include Bambata, Inswatugi, Silozwani and many others – all depending on fitness levels. These caves range from distances of 2km walks to 7km hikes.