Nyamatusi Camp

From: $651.00

Nyamatusi Camp is set on the banks of the Zambezi River with panoramic views of the river, escarpment and wildlife within this pristine reserve. Just six luxurious tented suites all have private decks, plunge pools and is the best camp from which to explore on foot, by vehicle or canoe.

Description

Nyamatusi Camp

Mana Pools

Nyamatusi Camp has been perfectly located on the banks of the Zambezi River, one of the oldest rivers in the world. The camp and the location epitomize luxury in the design and the calming panoramic views that are enjoyed from every vantage point. Completely solar powered it’s sustainable design and natural materials blend in beautifully with her wilderness location.

Roughly translated the word Nyamatusi means “wild game” where guests enjoy the very best of interactions with the wildlife that call this paradise home. Days are spent walking the banks and riverine forests of this incredible wildlife preserve. The gentle giants of the African bush can often be seen balancing on their hind legs in search of the sweet seed pods of Winter thorn trees’.

With the relocation of packs of African Wild Dogs from Hwange National Park, once extinct from Mana Pools, their sightings are much more regular. Catch and release fishing on the river, canoe trips, birding and game drives are some of the activities to be enjoyed each day.

Children over the age of 7 years are welcome at Nyamatusi Camp. Due to the nature of safari activities at Mana Pools, walking safaris and canoeing are restricted to children over the age of sixteen years.

Safari Suites

Nyamatusi Camp has just six luxury tented suites that all boast the most incredible views over the river with the escarpment in the background. Each tent is spacious with soft linens and towels as well as air conditioning for the hotter months of the year. Indoor and outside showers, private viewing decks and a small plunge pool make the suites hard to leave for any reason!

Read our Country Information for travel to Zimbabwe and our blog on Mana Pools.

If a tented camp is more your idea of Africa then look at Zambezi Expeditions Camp and head off to Thorntree River Lodge at Victoria Falls after your bush safari.

If you prefer a luxury safari then book at Royal Zambezi.

For further information on Mana Pools and its global significance read the UNESCO report as well as the RAMSAR information on this unique area.

How to Get There

Fly In

Fly into Victoria Falls Airport with Ethiopian Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, South African Airways,  or Kenya Airways

On your arrival at Victoria Falls Airport you will be met by a guide for the 2 hour drive to camp.

Private charters are possible to either Mana Main or Mana West airstrip followed by a 20 minute game drive to camp.

For assistance with domestic arrangements or private charters, get in touch with us, we’ll ensure your safari plans are seamless.

Included/Excluded

Included:

  • Accommodation
  • All meals
  • Local brand drinks
  • Laundry
  • Walking safaris
  • Twice daily game drives
  • Canoe trips
  • Catch and release shore fishing

Excluded:

  • Premium brand drinks
  • Domestic flights and transfers
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Visa fees’

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