Changa Safari Camp
Situated on a private concession on the shores of Lake Kariba, Changa Safari Camp boasts tastefully furnished, spacious tented suites.
Each suite has its own private deck with magnificent views of the Matusadona Mountains and vast Lake Kariba. Rustic wood, leather, crisp white linen and locally made furniture create an authentic African atmosphere. The main lounge and library integrate leather, linen and cane in an open setting with a panoramic view of a white sandy beach. Curved stairs lead from a main deck to a wide beach, complete with a generous fire pit.
The swimming pool boasts shady sun loungers and private seating areas looking out onto the lake. Meals are served around a large table in the dining room or beneath a canopy of trees on a vast wooden deck overlooking the beach. Adventures include game drives, walking and fishing safaris, birdwatching and boating.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Look out for the bush babies that emerge from their home in one of the camp’s trees every evening.
- Indulge in a sunset cruise on the lake or take a scenic boat ride to Sanyati Gorge.
Explore the vast Hwange National Park and the mighty Mosi-oa-Tunya
Explore Lake Kariba before visiting the adrenaline capital of Africa at the mighty Mosi-oa-Tunya.
The magnificent Victoria Falls Safari Club perches high on a sprawling plateau, with views of unspoilt bushveld and spectacular African sunsets.
Zambezi Crescent Victoria Fall River Lodge is close enough to the magnificent Victoria Falls to see the spray in the distance.
A World Heritage Site, Victoria Falls is one of the world’s greatest natural spectacles and the stuff of legends, romance and myth.
The elephant stronghold of Hwange National Park is a game-rich area that was once the royal hunting grounds of the Ndebele warrior
Matusadona National Park is a place of remarkable beauty, where scenic landscapes range from flat plains to rugged mountains.
Covering an area of 5 000 square kilometres, the man-made Lake Kariba is a veritable inland sea located on the mighty Zambezi River.
The granite domes and castle kopjes of the Matobo Hills echo the essence of tranquillity and the majesty of untamed Africa.