The name Anabezi is derived from the camp being situated on the Zambezi River and the many Ana Trees or Winter Thorns (Faidherbia albida) that surround the camp. These winter thorns drop yellow pods which attract a wide variety of animals to the area including many elephants, a welcome sight in the camp.
The Camp comprises of 11 luxury tents and 1 luxury family suite on raised timber platforms at the edge of a ridge providing magnificent views of both the Zambezi River and Mushika River flood plain. The plain hosts year-round grazing and offers spectacular diverse game viewing from the comfort of your tent!Back to Lower Zambezi
Located on the banks of the Zambezi River at the Lower end of the Lower Zambezi National Park. Jeki Airstrip is approximately one hour drive from camp and Kulefu Airstrip is approximately 15 minutes drive from camp. Lower Zambezi National Park is accessible by a 30 minute flight from Lusaka.
11 Luxury Tents & 1 Family Unit (All tents are Ensuite)
Room Features in a Luxury Tent include:
Indoor and outdoor bathroom with ball and claw bath and shower
A spacious sitting area
Two teak double beds or one king-size deluxe bed placed within one well designed mosquito net
Sliding doors opening onto a private deck with plunge pool
Room Features in the Family Suite:
2 bedrooms - one with 2 double beds and one with 2 single beds
One Indoor and two outdoor bathrooms
A spacious sitting area
Glass sliding doors opening onto a private deck
A plunge pool set into the expansive wood deck with a stunning view
2 spacious lounge and dining areas both on raised wooden decks
2 common swimming pool
These communal guest areas boast magnificent views of the Zambezi River or the Mushika riverbed and waterhole
1 common/ central fire-pit
Game Drives, Walking Safaris, Canoeing, Boat Cruises, Catch and Release Fishing
All activities are done on a private basis at no additional cost
No children under the age of 12 years allowed unless they are part of a group booking
There is one Family Tent consisting of 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a shared deck
1st May – 15th 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 in available in the Main Area of the camp
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