Nyamatusi Camp, meaning "wild game" is one of African Bushcamp’s flagship camps in terms of its eco-conscious style. Fully solar-powered and built from all-natural materials it encompasses its wilderness location in the most elegant way. Here, your Mana Pools safari plays out against a sweeping riverine landscape, where epic encounters of the giants that roam this land await.Back to Mana Pools
This luxury eco-conscious camp is located on the banks of the Zambezi River in the Mana Pools National Park. The camp is 45 minutes drive from Mana Main Airstrip.
Mana Pools can be accessed via charter flight from Harare, Victoria Falls or one of the other parks or areas of Zimbabwe. We can also organise road transfers into the camp or boat/ road transfers from Chirundu.
Nyamatusi Camp has six luxury tented suites with uninterrupted views of the river and escarpment beyond inviting a blissful escape to nature.
Each romantic guest tent is adorned with soft drapery and is features the following:
En-Suite Bathroom with indoor and outdoor shower
Private viewing deck and plunge pool
Morning & Afternoon Game Drives
Walking Safaris (guides are armed when walking)
Catch and release fishing
Children of 7 years old and above are welcome.
There are no family tents at Nyamatusi Camp.
Nyamatusi Camp is seasonal and open from 1 April to 30 November
African Bush Camps is involved in a number of conservation and community projects and some of the details have been outlined below. For further information on projects that they are involved in specific to Mana Pools please follow this link
Education and Internships - since 2012, they have partnered with the Precious Life Foundation to provide opportunities for young ladies to embark on 6-month hospitality and catering attachments at the African Bush Camps properties. To date, 23 internships have been successfully completed, with six of these attachment students having been offered full time employment with African Bush Camps as a result.
Conservation - African Bush Camps Safari Properties are committed to operating in a sustainable manner, ensuring that they preserve the environment, culture and conservation of Africa. Where possible they use solar power, low energy lighting systems, wastewater treatment, grey water recycling, and single use plastic reduction initiatives.
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