You will find the luxurious camp Anabezi right on the bank of the Zambezi River. The camp blends in beautifully with the area, with stylish décor and the relaxed atmosphere through the camp you will feel like you are in safari heaven. There is a lot on offer when it comes to activities and with the high-quality guiding and superb game viewing, this is a perfect choice for those wanting the full safari experience.
“The beautiful winter-thorn forest perfectly frames this luxurious camp, with beautiful raised rooms you may find yourself having a sleepover with the surrounding wildlife! The plunge pools are the perfect place for a cool down with a cold drink in the hot weather. The wildlife is exceptional here and the staff couldn’t have done more to make my stay perfect!”
Last visited by Chloe, marketing & sales – November 2019
“At Anabezi you can expect nothing but the best. In this stunning location you feel you get everything you want out of a safari experience, exceptional guides, with well-maintained vehicles and boats for comfortable game viewing. The food is outstanding and the feel of the camp itself is relaxed and classy.”
Mike, Managing Founder – November 2018
LOW Season: 1 May – 30 Jun & 1 Oct – 15 Nov
HIGH Season: 1 Jul – 30 Sep
CLOSED: 1 Jan – 30 Apr & 16 Nov – 31 Dec
$: USD 0 – USD250/pppn
$$: USD 251 – USD600/pppn
$$$: USD 601 – USD1,000/pppn
The price categories give you an idea of the nightly cost per person for this accommodation.
Anabezi lodge is utterly delightful, they think of everything to make your stay perfect. The tented rooms along a raised walkway are magnificent and each has a terrace overlooking the Zambezi so you can watch hippos from your private plunge pool.
Early morning and evening game drives were so exciting with our brilliant guide, Robert, who spotted things long before us and then drove to the perfect site to see lions, crocodiles, elephants, buffalo and even one night, a leopard.
This was our first visit to Anabezi, although our second trip to The Lower Zambezi. Having left South Luangwa earlier in the day we arrived at Jeki airstrip about 1.30 mins flight from Mwfue. We had spent a glorious 9 nights in the South Luangwa Valley and we were hoping to continue the remainder of our trip at this incredibly high level. Our guide – Gilbert met us at Jeki, it was about an hour’s drive to the camp, on arrival there we were met by Sam the camp manager, (very helpful) who showed us around and we completed the arrival paperwork. & he showed us to our tent, it was lovely, very large in comparison to our previous small bush camp.
had a marvelous stay at Anabezi. I was greeeted at Jeki Airstrip by Robert, who served as my guide for the duration of my stay. He’s a first-rate guide with 22 years of experience. Enjoyed the drives as well as a walking safari, which I’d highly recommend. I learned a lot from the walking safari about the animals (amazing what you can learn by studying dung!) as well as the villages that used to be in the park. We came across tiny shards of pottery and old pieces of metal in a couple places, which led to a great conversation about the people who used to live there. A highlight of my stay was a canoe ride down the Zambezi, where I saw hippos and a crocodile in the river, as well as elephants, water buck, and lots of birds along the way.