Welcome to Anabezi 

On the waters edge of the lower Zambezi River, sits the tranquil and exquisite Anabezi Camp. Our exclusive tented camp is more than an escape from reality, but a window into Africa – the animals, birds and plant life.

 

Get to know us 

Chosen as the Governor’s retreat in the days of the British Colony, let our experienced team share Anabezi Camp’s rich history, whilst showing off the unique area as it is today.

 

Discover the Zambezi 

From fresh water fishing, where you might be lucky enough to catch a Tigerfish, to night drives, canoeing safari’s, bird watching and sunset boat trips, there are plenty of activities to help you explore the lower Zambezi River.

 

Relax in luxury 

Our tented camps are nothing less than luxurious retreats. With viewing decks to watch the wildlife at all times, lounges to relax in and plunge pools to help you cool off, you can experience Africa in absolute comfort.

 

  

 

"The meeting spot for hundreds of animal species"


Built on the foundations of the renowned site of Ana Tree Lodge, Anabezi Camp is made up of twelve spacious, secluded tents, raised on timber platforms to give you a magnificent view of the Lower Zambezi National Park.

Where the Zambezi River and Mushika Flood Plain meet, is also the meeting spot for hundreds of animal species. Come morning or night, you’ll be greeted with an array of game from the comfort of your tent.

Lodge 1

Tucked away in the Lower Zambezi National Park is Anabezi Camp. With viewing decks, a swimming pool overlooking the river and central fire-pit to keep you warm as the day turns to night, you’re promised nothing less than stylish luxury.

Lodge 1

On the banks of the Zambezi's Ngwenya channel is the rustic and peaceful Amanzi camp. Four tents raised on a teak deck, each one has a private sitting area, overlooking the beauty and wonder of the river.

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Conservation

Nature is not a place to visit. It is a home.

At Anabezi, we believe that conservation isn’t a quick fix. It is the creation of a long-term, sustainable relationship with everything around one. We believe in using practical methods to put the conservation of wildlife, and wilderness areas, into the lives of those who live there – to make a real, tangible difference.

 
Barbara & Louise Halm - USA "Food and Wine were fabulous!"
Bill & Lindsay Boucaut - Australia "Stunning and unforgettable!"
Gorman Family - Australia "We had a fabulous time, thank you!"