Amanzi Camp

Lower Zambezi

In 2015, Anabezi’s sister Camp Amanzi opened for those travelers who prefer a more intimate feel. The name "Amanzi" means water in the Tonga language and draws inspirations from the site’s intimate position on the Zambezi.

The intimate camp is very private with the tents generously spaced and connected with a raised walkway to the main area. The main area offers stunning views over the Ngwenya channel and a mosaic of islands that are home to a group of elephant bulls. The main area has a teak sun deck which features the pool overlooking the river.

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Amanzi Camp
Location

Amanzi Camp is situated directly on the banks of the Ngwenya channel Lower Zambezi. Access is via charter or scheduled flight into Jeki Airstrip which is approximately one hours’ drive from camp or into Kulefu Airstrip, approximately 15 minutes drive from camp.Lower Zambezi National Park is accessible by a 30 minute flight from Lusaka. 

Information

4 Safari Tents featuring:
Indoor bathroom
A spacious sitting area
Two teak double beds with mosquito net
A private deck with a stunning view of the Ngwenya Channel
In room safes and mini bars
Fans
24 hour battery power and plentiful hot and cold Filtered water

 

Amanzi Tent Exterior Amanzi Tent Interior and View Amanzi Tent View Amanzi Bathroom

Swimming Pool
Common Lounge are
Common Dining area

 

Swimming Pool Lounge Dining area Campfire

Game Drives, Walking Safaris, Canoeing, Boat Cruises, Catch and Release Fishing

All activities are done on a private basis at no additional cost

Canoeing Game Drive Walking Safari Catch and Release Fishing Sundowners African Buffaloes Elephants Lion

No children under the age of 12 years except if part of a private group booking (min 8)

There is one Family unit which consists of 2 tents interconnected

1st May – 15 November

In recent months Anabezi has set up a Community Based Food Programme and raised funds to donate food and mealie meal to the Mugurameno community. The company also supports Mugurameno School with various projects including the building of Teacher accommodation.

Conservation Projects supported include Anti – Poaching in the Chiawa GMA with the funding of a 6 man anti- poaching team to protect parts of the Chiawa GMA and the purchasing of supplementary food for the wildlife.

For more information on the Anabezi social and conservation projects please visit this link http://anabezi.com/conservation-social-responsibility/

 

The camp is powered by Solar Power

WIFI is available in Main Area

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