Musango Safari Camp
The small Musango Safari Camp is situated on an island off the shores of Lake Kariba, near Matusadona National Park. It was set up in 1990 by the former head warden of Matusadona National Park, Steve Edwards – a Zimbabwean guide of considerable note – who, with his wife Wendy, still owns and manages the camp. Steve’s breadth of knowledge goes far beyond the wildlife of the area, encompassing the local landscapes, ornithology and paleontology, and this is reflected in the wide variety of activities available at Musango.
Our view of Musango Safari Camp
The accommodation at Musango is clean, functional in design – but visitors are primarily attracted by the guiding skills of Steve and his small team, and for their knowledge of not just the flora and fauna, but also the wider cultural and conservation aspects of the area. The unique, almost beach-like setting of this lodge in a game-rich environment on Lake Kariba, also makes an interesting contrast with most of Zimbabwe’s other safari camps.
Musango Safari Camp: Traveller ratings
Musango Safari Camp is located on an island in Lake Kariba close to Matusadona National Park.