Deep in the wilds of the magical Mana Pools lies Nyamatusi Camp, the latest in the African Bush Camps collection. Set in one of the wildest and most remote parts of Africa, on the banks of one of the oldest rivers in the world, Nyamatusi welcomes guests to experience an authentic safari in ancient, untouched Africa. Open from April to the first week of January each year, Nyamatusi offers game drives, guided walks, birding, canoeing, and catch and release fishing.

Highlights
  • Intimate, remote camp - only six luxury tented suites
  • Uninterrupted views of the Zambezi River and escarpment beyond
  • An abundance of game and birdlife
  • Walk in the footsteps of ancient explorers
  • World-class Foot Safari Guides
  • Follow in the footsteps of elephants
  • Game drives, canoeing safaris, bush walks, catch and release fishing
  • Fully solar-powered camp

With only six luxury tents accommodating a maximum of 12 guests, Nyamatusi Camp is pleasantly remote and intimate. Each tent has uninterrupted views over the Zambezi River and escarpment beyond. Every unit is en-suite with both indoor and outdoor showers, bath, air-conditioning and a mini bar, with its own private viewing deck and plunge pool.

Central area

There's a spacious upstairs lounge and dining area, a downstairs lounge, dining room, library and bar area. All offer magnificent views. Exclusive use of the camp is possible with 12 guests.

Game activities

Zimbabwean guides are renowned as some of the best foot safari guides in the world. Explore the area and view the abundant game on open safari vehicles, on foot and by canoe. Birding is superb and catch and release fishing is also offered. You can expect to encounter wildebeest, the rare and endangered roan antelope, elephant, kudu, sable antelope, zebra, buffalo, lion, leopard, hyena and other wildlife that calls the area home.

Child policy

Children over the age of seven are welcome at Nyamatusi Camp. However, walking safaris are restricted to children over the age of 16.

Getting there

By air - Regular flights are available to the Mana Main airstrip.

By road - Self-drive is only recommended for experienced 4x4 drivers, particularly in the wetter seasons.

Our take on Nyamatusi Camp

Nyamatusi Camp allows guests a real taste of the old, untouched Africa. African Bush Camps are superb operators. There is a wide range of wildlife activities to choose from and the safari guides are highly qualified and passionate about sharing their knowledge and love of untamed Africa with their guests.

Includes
  • Accommodation
  • All meals and beverages
  • Morning and afternoon game drives, walking safaris, canoeing, catch and release shore fishing
  • National Parks fees
  • Laundry
  • Transfers from nearest airstrip
Excludes
  • Premium brand spirits and champagne
  • Conservation Levy
  • Compulsory Community Focus Donation
  • Visas
  • International and regional flights
  • Travel insurance
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Staff gratuities
You may also want to look at
Mana Pools Zimbabwe Lions Kavinga Safari Camp
Mana Pools
Zimbabwe

Mana Pools in northern Zimbabwe is one of the few wilderness areas where it's possible to explore on foot (either guided or on your own) or by canoe. Roads are few and far between so game driving is by 4x4. It's a pristine, unspoilt paradise, with abundant game, spectacular scenery and an incredible variety of birds.

Deck At Kanga Camp With Elephants Waterhole
Kanga Camp

Kanga Camp is in one of the most remote sections of the pristine Mana Pools area, a World Heritage Site not far from Chitake Springs. This vast, untouched wilderness is a veritable eden, offering excellent and varied safari experiences. Closed mid-December until 1 April each year.

Share