Shashe Wilderness Camp

Camping sites exist at the head office and within the safari area. There are no hotels or self-catering accommodation, but Shashe Wilderness Camp is run by Wildlife Environment Zimbabwe and is about a kilometre to the north of National Parks reception on the eastern bank of Shashe.

This camp is set amongst huge riverine trees, with wonderful bird life and looks out onto the Shashi River, a vast expanse of sand with occasional water. The camp was set up in 1976 as an environmental education centre for children, this is still the primary function of the camp, but not the only, and it is open to anyone who loves peace and tranquillity of the bush. The camp itself consists of three blocks. There are ladies accommodation, men's accommodation and a central dinning come kitchen area.

For bookings at the Shashe Wilderness Camp contact Rosemary Harrison at

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