The area on which Bomani is built used to be a lake which, over time was submerged by the Kalahari sands from the west. Today, natural water pans are dotted throughout the plains, hence creating an ideal habitat for the bounteous wildlife living in the area.
The main lodge at Bomani overlooks the Bomani pans, creating a spectacular viewing platform for guests when they are dining or having evening sundowners as giraffe, elephant and zebra wander across the pan. Guests can choose between two locations for their luxury tent, four of the tents, and the thatched bungalow are at ground level and five of the tents are situated high up on teak platforms. All of the tents have fantastic views over the plains and all have en-suite bathrooms.
As Bomani is only 1.5 kilometres from Hwange, guests have the best of both worlds in their safari experience. Hwange is the largest national Park in Zimbabwe and is renowned for its incredible diversity of wildlife. It currently boasts more wildlife and birdlife than any other Zimbabwean National Park. The number of game also encourages the predators and Hwange is also known for its constantly increasing numbers of lion, leopard and cheetah. Bomani also has spectacular game viewing and guests can go on game drives or walking safaris straight from the lodge, all led by your own expert guide. Guests can also take part in one of the night drives on the private reserve and have the opportunity to try and spot some of the rarer creatures of the night.