We offer the traditional safari activities - with a twist: you are guaranteed to not see any other tourists and you can take off on your own* for a more private experience.
Game Drives and Walking Safaris
You will have the opportunity to spot the Big Four, hyena, endemic Thornicroft giraffe, wild dog, roan, kudu, Chobe bushbuck, hippo, crocodile, impala, puku, and many other mammal species. Evening drives will include a visit to a 'secret' hill which offers spectacular sunsets looking over the Luangwa River towards the Bulonga Hills.
With such varied habitat, birding at Munyamadzi is superb. Take a drive through the Mopane and spot Lillian's lovebirds, green pigeons, Southern Ground Hornbill, various raptors and the white-browed sparrow weaver before stopping at the Lagoon for a spot of lunch to see the lesser and greater jacana, herons, geese, stalks and other water birds. Bat hawks can be spotted flying past camp at night and the carmine bee-eaters seasonally nest near camp. Angolan pitta and black stork are also possible sightings during their migration times and there is a resident pair of green malkoha 20 mins walk from camp.
If fishing is your thing, you'll have a chance of catching Vundu and tiger fish (strictly catch-and-release) while you enjoy the sounds of hippo nearby, fabulous scenery and the shade of a beach umbrella to keep you from burning in the sun.
Project Excursions - wildlife monitoring, anti-poaching & community
Looking to try something completely different? Then join our ecologist for a few hours and learn about the wildlife monitoring programme and conservation science at Munyamadzi. If you'd like to meet our anti-poaching scouts and learn about their work, we can arrange for you to visit one of their camps and discuss their work with them. We can also arrange for you to visit the nearby communities, school or Rural Health Centre for a cultural exchange experience.
A portion of the fees for these excursions will go towards the project you decide to visit.
Available for hire
Armed scout (for self-drive or self-walk)
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* You will be required to have an armed escort if you choose to go on a walk. If doing self-drive game viewing you are expected to stick to our rules: wildlife have right of way, no off road driving, do not drive up close to wildlife unless unavoidable, no littering, no fires, we will give you a map, GPS device and radio in case of emergency.