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Ganda Lodge

Ganda lodge is located within the beautiful teak woodlands of the Sikumi Forest bordering the Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe’s premier wildlife area. Ganda Lodge overlooks the Ganda pan, a natural waterhole, which attracts a wide variety of bird and animal species including Elephant, Buffalo, Lion and a large variety of waterfowl.

Visitors are welcome to the lodge by game, which is unperturbed by the presence of human beings. Instinctively visitors are able to take pictures of game well before they disembark from their cars and before they even check in our majestic lodges. Built in 1992 the lodge has matured in the hospitality and catering sector to cater for a wide range of International, Regional and Local clients.


The Lodge has eight double storey chalets of stone under thatch. Each of the chalets has four three quarter beds, a fireplace, a bathroom, shower and overhead ceiling fans to cool the rooms. The interiors are decorated in distinctly African style and include teak furnishings.

 The well maintained swimming pool offers clients an opportunity to cool off after an eventful day of Game viewing. For those who want to conference in the wild, the Lodge offers conferencing facilities for up to forty people. Bar facilities are offered at the Lodge with a variety of drinks available to clients.


The dining room offers excellent table d’hote meals and a mouth-watering selection of game meats prepared on the barbecue. After dinner, guests may retire to the traditional open bone fire where they can enjoy the splendors of the African night highlighted by the flood lit pan.


Experience the thrill of big game and plains game sightings as our Professional Guides lead you through the National Park or in our private 40 000 acre estate.

1) Night Eyes (Night Game Drives) around the estate can be arranged just to finish off the day.

2) Walking Safaris will provide you with an opportunity to get close to nature and appreciate the sights and sounds of the African wild.

3) Tours to near by villages can be arranged to provide you with a unique insight of the African life and culture.

4) A visit to the Painted Dog Project Center will leave you well educated about how these extinct animals survive in the wild. There is a well trained Guide to take you on an approximately one and a half hour tour of the center where at times wounded dogs are kept while being treated.