Musango Safari Camp

Musango Safari Camp has a sixteen bed camp that offers an abundance of wildlife and birdlife and Steve Edwards has an intimate knowledge of the history and wildlife of the Matusadona National Park, having run the camp for many years. The main lodge is double story with extensive views over the lake shore and is ideal for watching the glorious sunsets. Meals are communal, children are welcome and are perfectly safe to explore the surroundings; there are nine exclusive rooms under canvas. Musango is well known for unforgettable photographic opportunities and wildlife experiences.

See also the separate article under Chewore Fossil forest site about the large dinosaur Vulcanodon Karibaensis found in 1969 and over 180 million years old, near here on an island in Lake Kariba and is believed to have been an important connecting fossil between primitive Prosauropod dinosaurs of the Triassic period and later sauropod dinosaurs (Brontosaurus) of the Jurassic period.  The receding waters of Lake Kariba are revealing more and more potential sites which Steve Edwards has been locating. 


Visitors can fly to Bumi Hills airstrip from most locations, or take a one and a half hour speedboat trip from Kariba, or drive directly for a real challenge.  

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