Mutondo Safaris specialises in growing the tourism sector in Zimbabwe, by offering state-of-the-art facilities to international and local visitors. Our priority is conservation of the natural habitat of each facility, protection of the wildlife and a world class hospitality service.
Nyamoumba River Lodge sits peacefully along the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, only 27km from the Kariba Dam wall and on the pinnacle of the Kariba Gorge merging with the main river. The camp is solar-powered and dedicated to minimising the impact on the natural environment.

Nyamoumba River Lodge consists of several fully-equipped and beautifully furnished en-suite guest rooms, tastefully situated along the banks of the river.  Each lodge is designed with privacy in mind, and visitors often don’t even see the other guests during their stay.

There is also a camp site placed in beautiful natural surroundings, with access to solar power and ablution facilities.

Nyamoumba River Lodge is famous for boating, fishing and birding, and is home to the indigenous African Tiger Fish and the Pell’s Fishing Owl. It is a haven for wildlife of all sorts, and guests have the unique privilege of observing these animals in their natural habitat and they come down to the river to drink and make their way along the Zambezi valley.

Birds at Thirty is registered as a tourism destination with the Ministry of Tourism and has recently opened its gates to the public, including school tours and private tours.

Guided interactions with bird experts make this a unique and unforgettable experience. 

Birds at Thirty is focused on pillars of conservation, education and environmental protection. 

Situated in pristine gardens, the park boasts the biggest collection of bird species in Southern Africa. Birds at Thirty offers an experience unmatched by any other of its kind in Zimbabwe.

Camp Chitubu is built on a ridge overlooking a natural spring deep in the Hwange National Park. This spectacular site lends itself to luxury and leisure, surrounded by Zimbabwe’s finest wildlife.

Hwange’s newest photographic camp, Chitubu is located in the Sinamatela region of Hwange National Park, just two kilometers from Mandavu dam, the biggest water source in the park.

Camp Chitubu specialises in guided game walks, and also offers traditional game drives in the unspoiled Hwange bush.

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