In 2015, Anabezi’s sister Camp Amanzi will be open for those travellers 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 consists of 4 tents, each on a raised teak deck. The tents have an indoor shower and bathroom, as well as a private sitting area and balcony overlooking the Zambezi.
The camp is intimate yet private with the 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.
Accommodation consists of 4 traditional safari tents, approximately 500 sq ft in size, positioned on a raised wooden deck. The tents are generously spaced allowing the game to wonder around the camp freely.
There is an exciting family unit which is essentially two of the tents back to back allowing for a two bedroom, two bathroom family tent perfect for groups with young children.
Each of the luxury tents boast:
• indoor bathroom;
• a spacious sitting area;
• two teak double beds or placed within one well designed mosquito net;
• a private deck;
• a wood deck with a stunning view of the Ngwenya Channel;
• 24 hour battery power.
The camp is well equipped with the best game viewing vehicles and boats allowing us to ensure much comfort for our guests and cater for their individual needs. Guests will be guided by very knowledgeable and experienced guides.
Up to two activities per day are included in the rate and comprise the following:
• Game Drives –with a maximum of 4 guests per vehicle;
• Night drive;
• Walking Safaris into the Kulefu woodlands and surrounding areas;
• Canoeing Safaris along the banks of the Zambezi River;
• Boating and fishing on the Zambezi River;
• Bird Watching – approximately 500 species of birds in the Lower Zambezi National Park.
• Day trips down the Mapata Gorge.
2205/15 Gadigal Ave,
Zetland NSW 2017
Adam Atkin +61431262059
Patrick Simmonds +61467552696
Anita McGaw +61419521494