The Zambezi River is famous for the most spectacular fresh water fishing in the world. Tiger fish (Hydrocynus vittatus, Latin for river dog), a relative of the infamous piranha prove an exciting catch for any fisherman. These vicious predators can grow to 15kg/33lb and are certainly a prize to behold. The best time to catch Tiger fish is between September and December..
Anabezi is built on the grounds of the old Ana Tree Lodge in the Lower Zambezi National Park. The camp is situated in the most remote area of the park, thus offering great game viewing and exclusivity
Walking Safaris, canoeing Safaris, day and night drive safaris. All safaris are taken by our well qualified, knowledgeable guides. The camps are equipped with game vehicles that seat 4 to 9 guests. Guides may end off the safaris with a refreshment as they watch the African sunset.
There are no local activities near Anabezi, that said, Anabezi offers:
Anabezi boasts two common areas, the Zambezi deck and the Mushika deck. Both main areas have a swimming pool, viewing deck, bar and dining area. The two main areas offer an opportunity for guests or groups to enjoy a exclusive use of the Mushika Deck.
1 April-15 November
Anabezi consists of 12 luxury tents 1000sqft in size built on raised platforms, each with 2 double teak beds under one mosquito net, an indoor and outdoor bathroom, a plunge pool and private deck. 24 Hour battery power and hot and cold filtered water.
Anabezi is running a special 'Pay 2 stay 3' for bookings made by 1 April 2017 for travel within the season, and a 'pay 3 stay 4' for all 2017 bookings.
It is Anabezi's policy to accommodate children over the age of 12 years.
$980 per person per night