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Who We Are

A Luxury Camp in Lower Zambezi National Park
Built as the Governor’s Retreat

Who We Are

Stretched under the shade of a Winterthorn grove, above the Zambezi floodplain, we invite you to discover Anabezi and Amanzi, our stunning luxury tented camps and the Lower Zambezi’s premium safari experience that we offer. With the opportunities of game drives both in the morning and the evening to spot our local prides of Lion, or one of the many resident Leopards, casting the Zambezi River for the legendary Tiger Fish, walks through the ethereal majesty of the Winterthorn forest, or a leisurely canoe paddle down the channels of the Zambezi in the hazy afternoon light, watching a partially submerged heard of Elephants cross the river, Anabezi and Amanzi has it all.

Meet Our Guides

Our Safari Experts

Expert Safari Guide - 20 Years

Expert Safari Guide - 20 Years

Expert Safari Guide - 8 Years

Expert Safari Guide - 22 Years

Expert Safari Guide - 22 Years

Expert Safari Guide - 5 Years
A Wonder of the Lower Zambezi

Our History

Gazetted in 1983, the Lower Zambezi National Park is a protected paradise, removed from the standard beaten path of the ordinary Safari track. One of the furthest camps in the park and built on the site of the Colonial Governor of Zambia’s retreat in an area of unmatched natural beauty and unparalleled abundance of game and wildlife, Our ethos of luxury, privacy and truly spectacular safari experience holds true to this day.

Arriving in Zambia

Fly into any of Zambia’s two airports, Lusaka or Livingstone from Johannesburg (SA), or fly directly into Lusaka airport on airlines i.e Emirates, Kenya Airways and Ethiopian Airlines.

Private Charter

Take a quick flight to Jeki airstrip using Proflight Zambia www.proflight-zambia.com, or to our airstrip, Kulefu with a private charter which we’ll organise for you.

When you Arrive

Unpack and settle down with a refreshing beverage in one of our spectacular lounges, and let our team help you plan your activities for your stay at Anabezi.

How to Get to Us

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