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A Lifetime of Fond Memories

By 25th Anniversary
What really sets The Hide out as special and incomparable? Well, quite clearly it's the people ('the family') at the Hide who set the standards that others try to emulate. They are without a doubt the most remarkable team that my wife and I have had the pleasure to have...
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Enjoy a Family-Friendly Safari at The Hide

By Family
Going on an African safari holiday with your children is one of the most interesting, fun and educational holidays you can take. The Hide offers the perfect variety of child-friendly activities to keep your children happy and busy during your holiday. Twenty-five years ago, when the Preston family built The...
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Lions in love!

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Before starting my guiding for the day, I often ask my guests what they would like to see on their game drives and what interests them.  Lions are probably top of the list most times and it’s not always easy to track them. Well my job was made easy just…

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Sundowners and Tractor Tyre Rafting at The Hide

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First published on the Classic Camps of Africa website. Sundowners’ in Zimbabwe’s bushveld, while on safari is something everyone should experience. It’s a soul-quietening, awe-inspiring affair which has the power to make you feel part of nature. And the cold G ‘n T in hand as you salute the African…

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The Hide, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

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First published on the Classic Camps of Africa website. Rovos Rail to the Hide The exciting news is Rovos Rail have begun stopping at The Hide every two weeks on both their North Bound and South Bound journeys between Pretoria and Victoria Falls. The stops allow guests to enjoy an…

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Africa’s Greatest Safari at the Hide, Zimbabwe

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First published on the Classic Camps of Africa website. It’s been shunned by tourists: now the time has come for Zim to reclaim its crown as the continent’s most exciting destination.” This is how travel writer Chris Haslam introduces Zimbabwe to his readers in a recent Sunday Times feature about…

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