Anabezi Camp

Lower Zambezi National Park

Anabezi Camp

Opened in 2014, Anabezi is the newest and most luxurious camp in the Lower Zambezi National Park. It offer fabulous tented accommodation for one a small number of guests in its 11 tented rooms, split between two sites.

As of 2015, Anabezi Camp is the newest camp to open in the Lower Zambezi, and it can also lay claim to being the most luxurious (without being overwhelmingly so!)

Anabezi enjoys an isolated location at the furthest end of the park, in what is an especially good game-viewing area. The rooms are built slightly back from the river on raised platforms, providing wonderful views of the Zambezi and its floodplains which offer year-round grazing for an abundance of game. The guiding at Anabezi is excellent.

The rooms at Anabezi are huge. Each comes with a private plunge pool – a delightful refuge in the heat of the day! The camp is divided into two wings, one with 7 rooms (Anabezi Main) and one with 4 (Little Anabezi). Little Anabezi Camp can be booked for exclusive use by families or groups

Anabezi is named after the Ana, or Apple-ring acacia trees, which surround the camp, and which are much loved by elephants!

Anabezi is open from the beginning of April to mid-November.

Anabezi’s sister camp Amanzi will be opening soon and will be a more rustic version of its big sister, located in the same fantastic game viewing area. Ask us for more details.


A total of 11 huge tents, split across two camps - 'Anabezi' with 7 rooms and 'Little Anabezi' with 4. All rooms have sumptuous double beds, separate lounge areas, both indoor and outdoor bathrooms, private plunge pools, and viewing verandahs. They are carefully spaced apart and connected to the main public areas by wooden walkways.


Swimming pool
Fire pit


4x4 game drives
Walking safaris
Canoeing safaris
Fishing (catch and release)

Child Policy

Children aged 8 and upwards are accommodated at Anabezi. Please note that walking and canoeing safaris are only available to children over 12 at the discretion of the guide.