On a nearby private concession of Lake Kariba's shores lies Changa Safari Camp, a special safari destination known for its tranquility, raw beauty, and diverse concentrations of wildlife.
Accommodations consist of eight luxury tents including two luxury family tents. Each tent is decorated with unique African influences including rustic wood and leather against crisp white linen and locally made furniture. The en suite bathroom features double vanities, a flush toilet, and a romantic outdoor shower and bathtub. A private veranda is the ideal place to relax and take in the magnificent views. The family tent is made up of two adjoining tents connected by a passageway. All the tents have mosquito netting and overhead fans.
The camp is set in a remote and secluded part of Matusadona National Park near Lake Kariba. The Park is bounded by two spectacular rivers, the Ume which meets the lake in a wide estuary and the Sanyati with its magnificent, steep sided, rocky gorge. Many of the animals were rescued from the rising waters of the newly-formed Lake Kariba by conservationist Rupert Fothergill during the much-publicized Operation Noah in 1958. There are an abundance of buffalo and elephant living here plus night ape, honey badger, civet, small spotted genet, mongoose, spotted hyena, wild cat, lion, leopard, black rhinoceros, zebra, warthog, grysbok, klipspringer, waterbuck, bushbuck, scrub hare, porcupine, vervet monkey, chacma baboon, jackal, and more.