The newest camp to join the distinguished African Bush Camps portfolio, eco-conscious Nyamatusi offers a truly luxurious safari in Zimbabwe’s wild and beautiful Mana Pools National Park.
With a stunning and secluded location on the banks of the ancient Zambezi River - one of earth’s oldest waterways - Nyamatusi offers you unrivalled insight into the Africa of old. In the company of some of the country’s top guides, guests are able to walk in the footsteps of former explorers deep into the wilds of Mana Pools - a true wildlife sanctuary home to lions, elephant, countless birds and the elusive wild dog. You’ll be able to learn about animal spoor and the unique geology of the area, with game drives and canoeing safaris to complete the experience.
Fully solar-powered and crafted from natural materials, each of the camp’s six luxe tents has an undisturbed view of the river which stretches out to the escarpment beyond. As well as ensuite facilities, each tented suite is an air-conditioned haven with its own outdoor shower, viewing deck and plunge pool - perfect for a refreshing dip in between activities.
Nyamatusi Camp, at a glance
- Eco-friendly luxury tented camp with six romantic tented suites on the banks of the Zambezi River
- Secluded location within the wild Mana Pools National Park
- Ensuite facilities with indoor/outdoor showers and bathtubs
- Private viewing decks and refreshing private plunge pools in each suite
- Fully solar-powered and built from natural materials
- Seasonal camp open from 1 April - 30 November
- Great team of guides with incredible knowledge about the region’s flora and fauna
- Laidback bar
For leisure and pleasure
- Game drives to spot the indigenous wildlife of the area
- Thrilling walking safaris through the Nyamatusi Wilderness Concession in the company of expert guides
- Canoeing safaris on the Lower Zambezi River for up-close encounters with hippos and birds
- Children can also enjoy guided nature walks around camp
- Catch and release fishing for tiger, bream, vundu and more
- Spot African skimmers and southern carmine bee-eaters on birding excursions