changa safari camp
On the shores of Lake Kariba, Matusadona National Park
Changa Safari Camp is perfectly situated at Lake Kariba in Matusadona National Park, offering spectacular views of the Matusadona mountains. Guests will have the opportunity to completely immerse themselves in the peacefulness while admiring and appreciating the natural beauty and landscape of what the Matusadona National Park has to offer, as well as the warm hospitality while staying at Changa.
Changa Safari Camp has only 6 luxury tented suites and 2 family luxury tents, both 2-bedroom en suite rooms adjoined by an interleading door. These well-designed tented suites are constructed from natural materials like wood, canvas and leather and decorated with woven baskets and locally made furniture creating an authentic African experience.
The main area of Changa Safari Camp overlooks the lake and includes a dining area, a swimming pool, and a lounge with couches where visitors can relax during siesta time. A fire pit surrounded by perfectly placed chairs in an open area in front of camp is where guests usually gather before or after dinner to discuss the day's safari adventures. Meals at Changa Safari Camp are served in a communal dining area. However, guests looking for a more exclusive and relaxed dining experience after a fun-filled day can take their meals under the canopy of a tree on a wooden deck overlooking Lake Kariba or on a private beach near the lake.
Whilst staying at Changa Safari Camp, explore the area by doing game drives, walking and safari boat cruises. Guests can go fishing or birding, enjoy stunning safari sundowners, pamper themselves in the camp spa or partake in a spot of yoga. Changa Safari Camp, with its perfect location along the shores of Lake Kariba within the abundant wilderness area of the Matusadona National Park, is known for offering excellent sightings of large populations of predators, including lions, leopards, hyenas, cheetahs, elephants, buffalos and impala. For the birders in the group, there are up to 350 species to spot.