Zimbabwe Canoe Safaris

“On Lake Kariba situated just off the shoreline of the Matusadona National Park, only  just a short flight away from Victoria Falls or Kariba, This region offers an abundance of both wildlife and bird life, with the largest selection of activities available anywhere, or the option to simply relax.”

What To Do?
From walking safaris and big 5 game drives, to tiger fishing on Lake Kariba; Amazing game viewing opportunities.  Activities are fun, informal and operated by trained and experienced guides. Whether you choose to fill your day exploring the area, or simply relaxing and soaking up the ambiance of wild Africa, our staff are happy to accommodate your every wish.

Guests can also track wild black rhino in the adjacent rhino sanctuary

 Black Rhino Sanctuary
The sanctuary experienced the  re-introduction of black rhino into the National Park and guests are able to track the wild black rhino on foot within the park.

  • Canoeing
    2-seater and 3-seater Canadian style canoes. Experience peace, tranquility and relaxation while gliding past prolific wildlife.
  • Walking Safaris
    Accompanied by armed guides, guests can walk in the Matusadona National Park and/or the nearby wildlife sanctuary, tracking and photographing a wide variety of wildlife.
  • Game Drives
    Are also conducted upon request
  • Fishing on Lake Kariba
    The famous fighting Tiger Fish is found in abundance in Lake Kariba. They are at their most active in the summer and provide excellent sport. A world record sized Tiger Fish was caught on a fly rod in this region. There are many other species of fish that can be found in Lake Kariba, including the huge Vundu, and also delicious Bream.
Where To Stay?
The accommodation consists of 6 large twin luxurious safari tents, each with an en-suite bathroom built of natural stone. There are also two large honeymoon suites with private plunge pools. These tented rooms are set in thick forest, and all face east over the lake, towards the rising sun.

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