Nyamatusi Mahogani is almost an mirror image of Nyamatusi Camp, located just to the east of it, also facing out onto the Zambezi River, designed so that it can be booked out on an exclusive use basis.
On the banks of the Zambezi River, looking out towards the hills of Zambia, this is one of the loveliest safari views. The camp makes a serious design statement too.
Opening mid-2018, similar in style to sister camp Machaba in the Okavango. On a waterhole. 2 family tents.
Favourite of Zimbabwean jeweller Patrick Mavros, it’s a basic but comfortable camp on the river where you’re guideded by elephant whisperer Stretch Ferreira.
This island on the Zimbabwean side of the Zambezi offers a great range of activities – game drives and walks on the mainland, canoeing, fishing, sunset cruises or just chilling by the pool. The suites combine canvas with palm thatch and light contemporary interiors, with 2 family suites. Don’t expect too much of the food. 13 miles upstream from Vic Falls.
New and chic, with contemporary interiors combining wood and canvas. You’ll have your own plunge pool, right on the river. The island camp has just 3 treehouse (which could be booked out as a villa) and private butlers. 8 miles from Vic Falls.
Not on the river but it is in a private reserve and close to Vic Falls, just 9 miles away. It’s getting a big renovation since MORE took over and re-opens 2nd half of 2018.
The tents are put up for your arrival – it’s not a permanent camp – with bucket showers and open air dining on the banks of the Zambezi. A thrilling experience. Track wild dog, elephant and lion on foot, as Mana Pools is all about walking. If you’re an adventurer, there are canoes too.
On a riverbank, simple neat tents in this wild reserve – very close to nature. They recommend it’s combined with a night at their main camp.
On a cliff with astounding views; old fashioned lodge under thatch sits just outside the vast, little visited national park, animals are difficult to spot, but it’ll be an adventure.