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Set under the shade of the Mopane trees, offering a unique bush and beach experience of Lake Kariba and Matusadona National Park, Changa Camp is a hidden gem in Zimbabwe’s wilderness. Built with wood and thatch this lovely camp has been designed to blend seamlessly into its surroundings.
Just eight tents are spread out along the treeline, two of which are family units offering joined rooms for privacy. Each luxurious tent offers large space all with views across the lake, the best part is the large outdoor decking complete with hammock and chairs to enjoy a great book as you listen to the lake lap the shores. A lovely addition is also the outdoor bathtubs – do take a soak under the stars to complete your perfect day.
The style at this camp is more inclined towards the traditional East African safari tents yet mixed perfectly with a more colonial blend creating an upmarket luxury camp for your stay here. Enjoy vehicle safaris and boat trips offering good wildlife viewing and some great fishing in Lake Kariba. Keen bird watchers will have a great chance of ticking of many species right from the comfort of camp of head out on foot or by boat to get up close and try see the 350 species that make this area home! Tracking is also a popular activity, get out the vehicle and on your feet for that unique on the ground experience.
This rich wilderness area offers exceptional game drives as well as walking and fishing safaris, all in the company of highly trained professional guides. Healthy populations of predators, including lion, leopard, hyena, and cheetah as well as elephant, buffalo, and antelope frequent the shoreline. Hippos and crocodiles are abundant in the cool waters.
Lake Kariba is the world’s largest man-made lake, covering almost 5,600 square kilometres and this vast expanse of fresh water is home to some fantastic fish species including the famous Tiger fish, Tilapia bream, Catfish and the mighty Vundu. For most of the year, Lake Kariba is truly one of the greatest places in Africa for fishing.