Sindabezi Island Camp
Sindabezi Island Camp is a private island paradise nestled in the waters of the Zambezi, upstream of the Victoria Falls. Not only is it is the only African bush camp in the area, but the island is also the only bush camp that can be enjoyed exclusively as a private booking. Here, in there haven of natural tranquillity, you will truly experience the sights and sounds of the African bush. From Sindabezi, the flood plain of the mighty Zambezi and the views of the wildlife in the nearby National Park will capture your soul.
Sindabezi Island sleeps only ten people, in five open fronted thatched chalets dotted around the shores of the island. The island is very rustic in style with no electricity, wood fires and hot bucket showers on demand. The unique design of the chalets allows you to encounter up close all the sights and sounds of the river and the creatures that live in and around it, including regular visits from Horace, the resident hippo. At night, you will fall asleep in the glow of a hurricane lamp and be awoken by magnificent sunrises over the flood plains of the river.
Sindabezi Island Camp is ideal for families or a small party looking for complete privacy and is particularly good value. Taking the island privately ensures a private guide, boat and vehicle. You can still do all your activities as at the main Tongabezi lodge, but with an added 20 minute scenic boat transfer to and from Sindabezi.
The camp is fully staffed and each member of staff acts not only as a host, but as a qualified guide, enhancing this unique African experience. There guides will use their expert knowledge on all of the many inclusive activities that are available from Sindabezi. These include: Bird watching; Fishing; Game viewing; Canoeing; Boating; Island lunches; Island walks; Picnics.
The chances of spotting game from Sindabezi are very good as we are situated just across the water from Zimbabwe's second largest national park. Often to be seen grazing on the nearby river banks are elephant, hippo, many types of game, as well as cavorting baboons and monkeys. One may even be lucky enough to hear the roar of distant lions - a sound you will never forget. There are also over two-hundred species of birds for bird- watching enthusiasts.
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