In video: Luxury in the bush at Changa Safari Camp

06 October 2017
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Nestled on the shore of Lake Kariba, Changa Safari Camp is a luxurious and intimate lodge in the jaw-dropping setting of Matsudona National Park in northern Zimbabwe. Blending into its surroundings with an unobtrusive charm created by the use of natural construction materials, the effect is laidback and blissfully unfussy.

Enjoy game drives and safari walks that offer excellent big game viewing and birding opportunities, or cruise out onto the lake to take on the legendary tigerfish with rod and reel. Lazy afternoons are spent in a hammock or at the delightfully secluded pool that overlooks the water, while African fish eagles wheel and call in the blue sky above.

With wonderful lakeside suites, excellent cuisine and impeccable service, Changa Safari Camp offers a truly special retreat that is a perfect link onto Victoria Falls. Let us help you plan your Zimbabwe holiday right now. 


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