Lake Kariba and Matusadona Water Lodge
Home
History
Adventure Safaris
Safari Camps and Lodges
Special Interest Safaris
Contact me
       
 
CLIENT REFERENCES
Having traveled in Africa with Garth Thompson on a number of occasions, I cannot imagine a better guide or traveling companion.
Steve and Sara Cameron, African Wildlife Safaris & Natural Focus Safaris, South Melbourne, Australia.
Click here to read more
client references

TIPS ON BOOKING
YOUR PERFECT SAFARI
Medical Advice – a pre-trip checklist...
Click here for more tips



Matusadona National Park, Zimbabwe
Recommended Camps
This beautiful Park is situated on the shores of Lake Kariba, the third largest man made lake in the world covering an area of over 5000 square kilometers. Ghostly dead trees drowned during the rising of the Lake in the early 60s act as roosting places for numerous pairs of fish eagles, cormorants and darters. The backdrop to this Park are the folded mauve Matusadona Mountains rising two thousand feet above the lake. This Park is one of the remaining refuges to the endangered black rhino.

Matusadona Water Wilderness
A romantic floating lodge where all the suites are moored individually in attractive creeks of a secluded bay of Matusadona National Park. Only five rooms ensure a perosnalised and exclusive atmosphere.

The lounge, dinning room and upper star deck all form a large floating 'mother ship' Interior of a floating room

Guests commute between the 'mother ship' either by canoe or motorised pontoon to their floating rooms. Elephant can often be seen feeding within meters of the rooms tethered to statuesque dead trees. Safari activities from here are on foot into the Park to track rhino and lion, by canoe or boat to view animals drinking and feeding along the shoreline which is also home to numerous shoreline birds.

Recommended camps and lodges in Zimbabwe
Victoria Falls
>Illala Lodge
>The Victoria Falls Hotel


Hwange National Park
>Makololo Camp
>Linkwasha Camp

Mana Pools National Park
>Chikwenya Camp