Amanzi Camp

Amanzi, the sister camp to Anabezi, was built for those travelers who prefer a more rustic feel. Amanzi camp is situated directly on the banks of the Ngwenya channel. The name "Amanzi" means water in the Tonga language and draws inspirations from the site’s intimate position on the Zambezi.  

The camp is intimate yet private with 4 tents generously spaced and connected with a raised walkway to the main area. Two of the tents are configured to function as a family tent which makes it perfect for small groups and families wanting to share an experience with this beautiful part of the world. 

The main area offers stunning views over the Ngwenya channel and a mosaic of islands that are home to a group of elephant bulls.  The main area has a pool that share the bank with the river and is surrounded by a teak sun deck. 

Amanzi Tent
Accommodation consists of 4 traditional safari tents, approximately 500 sq ft in size, positioned on a raised wooden deck. Each of the luxury tents boasts a spacious sitting area, indoor bathroom, and a private wood deck with stunning views of the Ngwenya channel. The tents are generously spaced allowing the game to wander around the camp freely.

Family Tent
There is a family unit where two standard tents are connected, allowing for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, family tent perfect for groups with young children.

 

 

Game Drives
Game drives with vehicles seating max 4 guests. Game drives can be taken in the morning and afternoon. Enjoy the complimentary snacks while admiring the picturesque views and the variety of wild animals.  Starting in 2021 each booking gets a private vehicle & guide.

Walking Safaris
Take a walk among the wildlife with our guides and experience the beauty and sounds of the bush.

Boating 
Enjoy a boat cruise on the mighty Zambezi River with much game activity. End the day watching the sun set with refreshing sun-downers.

Canoeing
Enjoy the riverside game viewing from your canoe. Elephants are especially abundant at the water’s edge, drinking and bathing.

Birding
Enjoy watching the birdlife with our experienced guides. Including White Fronted and Carmine Bee-Eaters, Bulbuls, Kingfishers, Giant Heron, Fish Eagles, Bat Eagles, and more.

Fishing
Whether a keen angler or complete beginner, catching a Tiger Fish is one for the bucket list. With a selection of rods, reels, and all necessary tackle, our coxswains will guide you through the cast, play, landing, and of course the trophy shot before releasing back into the water.

 

Amanzi is located approximately two kilometers down river of Anabezi.  There are many different ways to get to the Amanzi and Anabezi Camp. International arrivals into Zambia can be made directly to Lusaka and Livingstone Airports. Both Lusaka and Livingstone have daily flights from Johannesburg International (South Africa).  Lusaka Kenneth Kaunda International Airport is also serviced by a number of International Carriers including Emirates, Kenya Airways and Ethiopian Airlines to mention a few.  

To/From Lusaka: Proflight offers daily scheduled 30 minute flights into the Lower Zambezi. The aircraft lands at Jeki airstrip, guests then continue their journey by vehicle through the game park for approximately one and a half hours, or a 40 minute drive directly to camp.  

Alternatively, charters are available into the nearby Kulefu airstrip – situated approximately 15 minutes from the camp.

To/From Mfuwe: South Luangwa Proflight offers direct flights from Jeki to Mfuwe return. The flight is approximately 1hr30mins. Charters are also available for this route.

To/From Livingstone: A direct charter will take about 2 hours to the nearby Kulefu airstrip, however daily connections are available on Proflight via Lusaka to Jeki airstrip. Direct flights with Proflight from Livingstone to Jeki start in June 2018

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Precious Camp Stay on the Zambezi 
Stay 4 nights / Pay 3
* Valid all of 2020. 
Park fees are additional.