Ivory Lodge is set on its own 6,000-acre conservancy bordering Hwange National Park. The nine en suite rooms are built in the treetops of a teak forest and have sweeping views of the floodlit waterhole. The central dining area, bar and library are set around a pool. Some evenings, dinner is served around the campfire in the boma.
Activities include open-vehicle game drives, walking safaris and spending time in the hide which is located right next to the waterhole. Lion, elephant, leopard and buffalo are frequently sighted.