With its idyllic location along the shores of Lake Kariba and the magnificent Matusadona National Park on its doorstep, Rhino Safari Camp offers guests a safari experience of a lifetime.
Rhino Safari Camp is situated on the shoreline of Lake Kariba overlooking Matusadona National Park and the camp is accessed by boat either from Kariba or the nearby Taschinga or Kiplings airstrips. Rhino Safari Camp offers comfortable accommodation in a private and secluded location with friendly and efficient staff. The staff and guides are passionate about the camp and the area and Rhino Safari Camp promises to offer a unique safari experience.
The Matusadona National Park consists of an area of approximately 1 407 square kilometers. Its boundaries are natural with the Ume River to the west, the Sanyati River to the east, Lake Kariba to the north, and the Matusadona Mountain range to the South and the park is world famous for its abundant wildlife. The secluded nature of the park, its remarkable natural boundaries and year round water supply has made the Matusadona National Park an ideal Intensive Protection Zone for the endangered Black Rhino. Wildlife includes the big five, black rhino, elephant, lion, leopard and buffalo. Hippo and crocodile and a wide variety of water birds can be found on the lake. Kudu, Warthog, Zebra, Bush buck, Impala, and numerous antelope species as well as over 350 documented bird species can also be found. Guided game drives accompanied by expert guides as well as cruises on the lake offer guests the opportunity to enjoy this magnificent area. There is no set routine at Rhino Safari Camp and if guests would prefer a bush picnic rather than a game drive, the camp staff will gladly arrange it.