Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.


Talking about conservation is the easy bit. But actually turning words into actions, and creating a sustainable relationship with everything around one, makes a real difference. This is how we, at Anabezi, do it.

Conservation at home

What drives this cause


Both Anabezi and Amanzi Camps are built using the best ecological building practices. Both camps are almost exclusively supplied with electricity via solar energy systems. Most of the wood used in and around the camp is salvaged from the old Kulefu Camp, making sure there’s no waste. The raised walkways allow the camp to have a very light footprint and the wooden bridges allow for the game to wonder freely around the camp, making it easy for them to get down to the water. The camp has also been designed around the Ana Tree Pods trees that many of the animals like to feed on, so as not to interrupt their daily feast.

Since the origination of Anabezi, ZAWA and CLZ anti-poaching patrols have resumed their efforts in the Eastern part of the park – Anabezi providing the necessary support and back-up patrols, making sure it is protected at all times.

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Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ)

What drives this cause


We’re big supporters of the CLZ, a Zambian non-profit initiative that was started to assist with conservation in the Lower Zambezi National Park and the areas that surround it. Committed to the sustainable use of natural resources and wildlife conservation, Anabezi does its bit to financially and operationally help with the deployment and back-up of anti-poaching teams on the east side of the park – to ensure that future generations are able to experience the same beauty we do today.

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Zambezi Wildlife Trust

What drives this cause


The Zambezi Wildlife Trust (ZWT) has been set up to assist the Department of National Parks and Wildlife and the surrounding communities in the Western game management area and Zambezia Farm. The ZWT mandate is focussed on 3 areas:

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Providing direct support to the DNPW through the provision of resources and through the scout programme in partnership with the Chiawa Community Resource Board (CRB) so as to provide more effective anti-poaching in the Western GMA.

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Undertake community based projects that have a tangible effect on the communities in the Western GMA, like the construction of schools and clinics.

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Apply to the DNPW and GRZ to create an Intensive Protection Area (IPA) for the relocation of Black Rhino (Diceros bicornis) into the Lower Zambezi.

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Reduced Carbon Footprint

What drives this cause


We are the second camp in Zambia to go carbon neutral – which is how we take responsibility for the greenhouse gas emissions we create in our everyday operations. Working with BioCarbon Partners, we have purchased Carbon Credits from the Lower Zambezu REDD+ project, playing a vital role in the protection of the natural habitat and boundary in the northern part of the Lower Zambezi National Park.

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