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Lowveld Tourism: Mwachumeni and Naivasha camps

Lowveld Tourism: Mwachumeni and Naivasha camps

The deciduous-vegetated flat terrain of the semi-arid expansive land, the myths surrounding the river and the presence of diverse animal species make the Save River valley a perfect destination for wanderers. As winter approaches, there should be nothing stopping you from enjoying the African sun in the middle of the savanna woods, with umbrella shaped, crooked trees and tall grass – characteristic of a pristine environment with very high species biodiversity.

Sitting just outside Gonarezhou National Park, and on the northern banks of the Save River is Mwachumeni ​Camp, Mahenye under Shangani Safaris. The camp has sleeping quarters which comprise thatched rondavels, a gazebo, an outside fireplace and a barbeque-grill. The four-bedroomed chalet has four beds, toilet and hot water en suite. In addition, there are two large tents each with two queen beds, toilet and hot water shower en suite. Accommodation for guests is provided on a self-catering basis. An unobscured picturesque view of the Save River islands from the camp offers a pleasant experience. 

Bush walks in the woody Mahenye forests allow guests to experience the prolific birdlife and the pristine animal sanctuary. Guests can also take day trips into the Gonarezhou National Park for game drives, a tour of the majestic Chilojo Cliffs and game viewing. 

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