African Bush Camps has added Nyamatusi Camp to its Mana Pools portfolio. Located in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe, the camp welcomed its first guests on April 1.
With uninterrupted views of the Zambezi River and the escarpment beyond, Nyamatusi Camp was designed with conservation uppermost in mind. Beks Ndlovu, African Bush Camps Founder and professional guide, says Nyamatusi affords guests the opportunity to know that they have travelled into an authentically wild area and have not harmed the environment, but have contributed positively to the conservation and preservation of the area whilst providing employment and development benefits to the local people.
The camp consists of six luxury tented suites, each with a private plunge pool, indoor and outdoor showers, and a private deck shaded by Kigelia trees. The camp also has a two-storey communal area, including a bar, lounge and library, where guests can dine, drink or immerse themselves in nature as they read their favourite books.
Nyamatusi Camp offers a range of activities that include game drives, canoe safaris, fishing, birding and walking safaris. Mana Pools National Park is famous for its walking safaris, which have been conducted since the park opened in 1963.