The camp is self-catering, providing:
- Crockery and cutlery
- Pots, pans and gas cooker with gas supplied
- Cooking utensils
- Mugs and glasses
- A gas stove as well as 2 braai areas to cater for all clients cooking needs.
- There is substantial storage space for perishable items.
- There is a stock of paraffin lanterns for lighting.
- Hot water is provided by a wood fired boiler
- The main deck area has sufficient tables + chairs for 16 people
- Bed linen and towels included in all chalets
What to Bring
Guests should cater for all foodstuffs they require, their drinks, including water, ice and personal effects.
We recommend bringing torches, candles, sun cream, mosquito repellent, toilet paper and toiletries.
As the camp does not have electricity, guests are encouraged to travel with plentiful stocks of ice.
Drinking water should also be brought into camp, as well as charcoal.
Whatever you bring in, you should take out with you, including all your garbage, empties,etc.
The camp has a Plunge pool which is filled with chlorinated river water and is an excellent way of cooling down.
58 steps from the car park and you are on the Mighty Zambezi in a Wilderness Paradise.
The Management Team
Our friendly staff Lawrence Chidakwa (Camp Manager) and Moses are available to help guests with their luggage and will maintain a clean camp attending to the cleaning of dishes and rooms. Both are long time local residents and can answer questions, escort visitors on hikes and propose a variety of activities for guests. Please feel free to show your appreciation for their efforts and respect their duty time as posted. They will request that guests sign the indemnity forms presented and the visitors book at the end of the stay.
The camp must always have a member of staff present and is a safe environment for visitors; however please pay special attention to the following:
- Keep away from Hippos that do enter the camp at night
- Do not leave food for or feed the monkeys and Baboons
- Be aware of crocodiles at the river edge and never let children stray there
- Keep all valuables locked away in your vehicles
- Park vehicles in the dedicated car park
- Be aware the island in front of the camp is in Zimbabwe and out of bounds to all visitors.
- Please ensure you bring out all your garbage
- Baboons and monkeys frequent the camp but the Lodge is wildlife friendly PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE MONKEYS !