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Winter in Hwange is Photography Heaven

Winter in Hwange is Photography Heaven

Hwange National Park is always an incredible sight with lots of wild happenings year round, but the winter season is an especially treasured time of year. The rains have past, the skies shine bright, and the chilly temperatures make for a good excuse to sip on Amarula (or hot chocolate) and enjoy cosy nights by the fire.

It’s also the driest season of all, which means the local waterholes are teeming with wildlife. The best kind of happy hour a safari-lover could ask for is in the bush!

The Hide Safari Camp has the privilege of being able to enjoy the endless novelties that the new season provides. And while we all can’t attest to the winter beauty firsthand, we can share a taste of its ‘wow factor’ through pictures.

A few winter highlights that are 100% photography heaven:

Sundowners at The Hide
Making the most of the winter skies with sundowners and snacks.

Waterhole in Hwange National Park
Horns down! Thirsty buffalo stopping by the pan for a drink.

Sunset dinner at The Hide
A romantic sunset bush dinner perfect for two.

Hwange is famous for its elephant herds
Almost every time of day is elephant o’clock at the local waterhole during the dry season.

Game drive in Hwange in Zimbabwe
Bidding farewell to two very focused lionesses on an afternoon game drive.

The Hide Safari Camp in Hwange
Chilly nights make for wonderful fireside gatherings at the main safari camp.

Magnificent sunset on a Zimbabwe safari
A winter sunset painting the sky a fiery, burnt orange array of colours.

Winter in Hwange is picture-perfect. The landscape, the wildlife, and the special touches of camp luxury perfectly align at this magical time of year. Fortunately the magic doesn’t have to stop here. You can follow The Hide on Instagram to keep up to date with their slice of African heaven and wildlife photography.

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