The unpretentious, family-owned and run Chiawa Camp is set in the heart of the game-rich Lower Zambezi National Park. Chiawa stands on the grassy banks of the Zambezi River with uninterrupted views across the Zambezi, overlooking Zimbabwe's Mana Pools National Park. The camp is situated beneath a grove of mahogany trees, which provide plenty of shade on those hot summer days.
Our view of Chiawa Camp
We love Chiawa, and think it offers a great safari experience. The camp is homely and welcoming, the service and the food is fantastic and the managers (Steve and Lyn on our last visit) went out of their way to make you feel comfortable. Furthermore, they have a staggering seven guides which means guests will usually get to do what they want, more-or-less whenever they want to do it. So in many ways, we think it's one of the best, and best-run, camps in Africa.
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Chiawa Camp: Traveller ratings
Chiawa Camp stands on the banks of the Zambezi River, in the Lower Zambezi N.P.