Rhino Safari Camp

Zimbabwe

  • Beautiful vistas of Lake Kariba.
  • A broad rage of wildlife.
  • Excellent birding opportunties.
  • Warm, friendly Zimbabwean hospitality.
  • Simple, rustic, natural.

Open:  Rhino Safari Camp is open all year round.

Location:  The camp is in the north west corner of Matusadona National Park.

Rooms:  There are 7 chalets built on raised platforms.  They are simple and open-sided with reed half-walls and a thatch room.  To the rear at a slightly lower level is the en-suite bathroom with oudoor shower, basin and flush toilet.  

Activities:  The location of Rhino Safari Camp lends itself beautifully to boat trips on the water.  Where better to enjoy a sundowner than while floating gently on the smooth waters of Kariba.  Fishing here is popular too, if you've not fished before the guides will be happy to help.  Game drives and walking safaris allow you to get out and see more of the area, and also enjoy the smaller things that you might otherwise miss from a vehicle. 

Facilities:   There is a comfortable 2 storey  main buidling with lounges, dining areas, and a small bar. To the front of camp is a small swimming pool and also a fire-pit area where you can enjoy pre/post dinner drinks while you chat to fellow travellers. 

Dining:  Meals are served at a large communal tables. When possible, you will dine under the stars.  

Children:  Children over the age of 16 are welcome.

Health:  This is a malarial area.

Communication:  There is no internet access in camp.  Mobile signal can be received from Kariba town and Zambia, but this can be intermittent.  

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Client Rating for Zimbabwe 5/5 from 3 reviews

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