Located on the lower end of the Zambezi National Park at the intersection of the Zambezi and Mushika Rivers on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, Anabezi Luxury Tented Camp offers rare and unobstructed exposure to the region’s fantastic wildlife. There are no roads to this UNESCO World Heritage site, which is named for the giant Ana trees nearby whose yellow corn pods are known to be a favorite snack among mammals in the area – a truly spectacular sight to behold. The comfort and amenities, along with frequent contact with rare wildlife, offer guests a sense of relaxing isolation, as well as an epic sense of adventure.
The lodge at Anabezi is divided into two stylish camps – the eight-room Anabezi Luxury Tented Camp, and the four-room Little Anabezi perfect for larger groups and families. Blending luxury with rustic authenticity, suites are positioned on raised wooden desks and are equipped with large sitting areas, built-in reading lights, large canopy mosquito nets, ceiling fans, and private decks with small plunge pools. Teak beds, glass sliding doors, and both indoor and outdoor bathrooms with freestanding bathtubs, showers, and flushing toilets will make any guest forget that these accommodations are considered “tents.”
One of the best features of Anabezi is its complete integration with the wild. Animals wander freely around and through the grounds. It is not unsurprising to see a lion saunter by personal decks or elephants greeting guests on their morning walks to common areas. The entire camp is connected by raised wooden walkways, providing easy access to the communal dining area, bar, swimming pool, and fire pit. Guests will enjoy continental breakfasts, high tea, and three-course dinners by Chef Merle featuring a fusion of European and African cuisines paired with some of South Africa’s finest wines. Take champagne on the main deck or dine poolside for an extra special experience.
New game viewing vehicles and boats, as well as knowledgeable and experienced guides, provide unforgettable safari excursions by both land and water. See the popular enigmatic hippos while boating along the Zambezi, or participate some of the most spectacular fresh water sport fishing in the world. No matter the activity, guests will appreciate the up-close-and-personal encounters with the area’s diverse wildlife, including eland, antelope, zebra, buffalo, kudu, genet, mongoose, hyena, ape, baboon, lion, leopard, warthog, honey badger, and approximately 500 species of birds, among others. For more information about Anabezi, click here.
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