ACCOMODATION: Camp Amalinda consists of 10 individually thatched rooms including a romantic honeymoon suite, set into the huge granite boulders. Each room has en-suite facilities. Amalinda Camp's comfortable lounge / entertainment area is tucked away into a bushman shelter, with a panoramic view of the Matobo Hills. Delicious meals are served on a large, teak table in the open-air dining room. Camp Amalinda's cosy library contains some of the old 'African Classics', whilst a secluded chess room, located amongst the treetops guarantees peace and tranquillity. For the wine connoisseur, we recommend a visit to our natural cave wine cellar. Sundowners can be enjoyed around a warm fire in Amalinda Camp's enclosed boma area. LOCATION: Camp Amalinda is a mere 48km south west of Bulawayo, on a fully tarred road with only 1km of dirt. Black Eagle Aerodrome is situated 1km from Camp Amalinda, (S 020° 27.9' E 028° 26.1'). Migration Air offer transfers to / from any local and regional tourist destinations. Discover the outstanding beauty of the Matobo Hills near Bulawayo, steeped in tribal history and ancient magic. Get close to the White Rhino - in cave paintings and for real. Contemplate the lonely grave of Rhodes, or wander amongst the massive granite boulders, under the watchful eye of the proud Black Eagle. ACTIVITIES: Camp Amalinda is perhaps most famous for offering Elephant back safaris. Another adventurous highlight is tracking Black and White Rhino on foot in the adjacent Whovi Game Park. Traditional game-drives and horse riding in the park is also available. Around Camp Amalinda, guests can enjoy fabulous bird watching - the Matobo Hills are home to the greatest variety and density of raptors anywhere in the world. Camp Amalinda guests can also participate in a guided tour of some of the ancient rock-art sites in the Matobo Hills, a reminder of the Bushman (San people), southern Africa's earliest human inhabitants, and the first of many to be drawn to the power of the Matobo Hills.