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Rhino Safari Camp is also situated within the Matusadona National Park, a remote wilderness area which has been designated as an Intensive Protection Zone for a small but successful population of the endangered black rhino. The remoteness of this protected area combined with the plentiful water supply provided by the lake combine to make the Matusadona home to a wide variety of wild animals.
Rhino Safari Camp is situated on the shores of Lake Kariba, a massive man made lake formed by the damming of the mighty Zambezi River in the late 1950’s.
Each of our six twin bedded rooms nestles within the Jesse bush along the lake shore line. The emphasis is providing our guests with their creature comforts without losing touch with the natural surroundings. Rooms are elevated wooden platforms with extended thatched roofs. Reed half walls at the sides and back allow for natural ventilation. The open fronts are screened with drop down reed mats which are opened or closed according to requirements. The spacious room offers superbly comfortable twin beds, a wardrobe, seating area and dressing table. And of course magnificent views of the lake. At the back of each room at a slightly lower level is the en suite open air shower, flush toilet and hand basin. Plenty of running hot water is available from wood fired boilers. We supply toilet rolls, towels, shampoo and soap.
Our safaris are not just about photographic encounters with the Big Five. Each is an adventure and a deeply moving learning experience. All activities take place in the care of professional guides who are there to enhance your understanding and appreciation of the animals and trees, plants, insects, history and geography of this wilderness area. There is also plenty of time to relax, unwind, and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the African bush.
Cruises, fishing, game drives and hiking are available.
Remote and unique environment await those who stay at Rhino Safari Camp. Let us plan your dream Zimbabwe safari holiday!
“We spent some nights in Rhino Safari Camp in October. It`s really something special – starting with an 1-hour boat trip from Kariba. The camp is placed at the shore of the lake and everything is really perfect: the accommodation, the freshly made food, the game drives, the lazy afternoons at the plunge pool, the evenings under the stars with the feet in the sand. And the very best: even if it was our first visit it felt like coming home.” –Barbara T