Anabezi camp has been built on the foundations of a historic camp which has stood the test of time. The new lodge is beautifully designed to blend in and gives a fabulous safari experience to all ages.
A wonderful spot for amazing game viewing including the elusive leopard
Enormous, spacious tented cottages each overlooking the game-rich Mushika floodplain
Fantastic gameviewing can be had from the comfort of your deck with its refreshing plunge pool
Day and night game drives and walks with your expert guide ensure a great game experience
Found at the lower end of the Lower Zambezi National Park in a prime game viewing area, Anabezi comprises 12 luxury spacious tents, including one family tent. The rooms built on wooden platforms on a small ridge which provides magnificent views of both the Zambezi River and Mushika River flood plain, whose year-round grazing ensures spectacular game viewing from the comfort of your tent.
Each of the horse-shoe shaped tents is vast and luxurious in its design, with a large deck to the front with private plunge pool, lounge area, indoor and outdoor bathroom and bedroom area. There has been excellent attention to detail, ensuring there is everything you need here to have a relaxing and comfortable stay.
The camp is split into two, the main camp, and Little Anabezi, which can be taken over exclusively for a family or small group. There are separate lounge areas, fire pits and swimming pools, as well as separate entrances to the two sides of Anabezi, giving guests the feel of an even smaller camp.
During your stay at Anabezi there are plenty of excursions, adventures and sights to behold to keep you occupied when you're not relaxing by the pool or enjoying the camp amenities.
The lodge is well equipped with new game viewing vehicles and the guides are extremely knowledgeable and experienced. Activities here include day and night game drives – with comfortable adapted safari vehicles to ensure you always have a window seat! The night drives are exciting, using a spotlight to find the nocturnal animals such as lion, leopard and hyena, and the lesser-seen wildlife such as genet, civet, mongooses and even aardvark. Also on offer are walking safaris into the Kulefu woodlands and surrounding areas, escorted by an armed scout and your guide. Canoeing safaris along the Zambezi River, birdwatching - approximately 500 species of birds in the Lower Zambezi - and boating and fishing are also available for those who wish to try their hand - on a catch and release basis.
When to visit
Take a canoe and explore some of the smaller tributaries of the mighty Zambezi
Anabezi is located on the eastern side of the Lower Zambezi National Park, bounded by the Zambezi Escarpment to the North and the mighty Zambezi River to the South. It's perfectly placed to explore the parks wildlife and also to take a trip through the Mpata Gorge.
Canoeing on the Zambezi River
The Zambezi is renowned for truly spectacular canoeing as it provides you with the chance to see game from a wholly different perspective...looking up at it instead of down!
Fishing on the Zambezi River
The Zambezi River is host to some of the most incredible fresh water sport fishing in the world with both spinning and fly fishing, on a strictly catch and release policy according to the park rules. The most popular quarry is the infamous Tigerfish.