I don't have any photos of the night in the game park, but back in about 1984/5 Julian and I were on a Harare trip (as crew) with a week off. So we got air tickets down to Victoria Falls along with another 6 crew, where we stayed in the Vic Falls Hotel and had a wonderful time for 3 or 4 nights, going on a light aircraft over the falls (mega scary when it hit the updrafts) and cycled over to Zambia for lunch, not to mention a flutter in the Casino there one night + several native dance shows. Oh and had a tour of an old steam train, courtesy of the Engineer with us who was a steam train enthusiast and chatted up the driver.
On the way back we flew via Hwange (Wankie) Game Park where we stayed for one night in Tent Camp. First we had a drive around in an open Land Rover at dusk to see the animals at the watering holes. We then proceeded to the camp where the staff prepared a BBQ for us. It was great fun in the middle of the bush.... all having a beer and eating this delicious BBQ game when, about 10pm, we heard crashing in the bushes not far away. The warden took us quietly to look (I distinctly recall we all had bottles of beer in our hands) and it was a herd of female elephants with their young, some almost near enough to touch, though he warned us it was dangerous. He then said we could go to see the male herd. We piled into the Land Rover again and headed for a watering hole set in open country. We were astonished to see about 100 bulls of all ages... eeerily lit up by the moonlight, having mock fights and playing together. We went into a "hide" which was like a concrete bunker and watched through an open slit window for about half an hour until an elephant backed right up and passed wind into the bunker, at which point, gagging, we filed out and re-boarded the Land Rover. That eerie moonlit landscape with the elephants is still one of the most exciting and enduring memories of my 18 years as crew. Back at camp we went to bed in our tents... to be woken before dawn by a shot. The "boys" had found a wild pig rooting in the camp supplies and shot it. We all went on a dawn drive and saw lots of animals, giraffes, zebra, gazelles etc + a rhinocerous with it's little one. We had seen hippopotami down on the river at Vic Falls when we had done a sunset cruise previously. After we returned to camp we had showers in the open air and then a huge cooked breakfast. It was a wonderful "holiday" and we returned to Harare bubbling over with the experience.
I'll try to find some photos of the Land Rover and the flight of the Angels over the falls. Will have to find the old albums and scan them.