Wilderness launches new Star Bed at Linkwasha

The new Star Bed at Wilderness Safaris Linkwasha Camp in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park overlooks Scott’s Pan and offers a sleep-out adventure for guests wanting to get closer to nature and experience a night under the stars.

Situated a short drive from camp, the Star Bed is built on a platform raised a few metres off the ground. All the bedding and comforts will be set up specially for guests requesting a sleep-out. The bed will be surrounded by a mosquito net, but is otherwise open to the skies and basic ablution facilities are available nearby. A guide will accompany guests sleeping a little further away to be on standby should they require assistance during the night.

“Linkwasha’s new Star Bed is positioned right in the middle of the action where the animals come to drink at Scott’s Pan and is a wonderful addition to our Hwange offering. In the dry season, the magical elephant experience will be taking place all night long, in front of and all around the Star Bed,” says Wilderness Safaris Zimbabwe MD, Ron Goatley.