Nyamoumba

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Accomodation & Rates

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The images below have been taken in and around Nyamoumba Fishing and Birding Lodge.

Lodges

Nyamoumba consists of 4 fully equipped and furnished en-suite lodges. Each lodge has:

  • 2 single beds
  • A private semi-outdoor en-suite bathroom with shower, toilet and basin
  • Hot and cold water
  • Mosquito nets
  • Fans

There is centrally located communal lodge, which has a lounge, dining room and fully equipped kitchen (fridge, deep freeze and gas stove). There is also a braai facility and a communal swimming pool. Electricity will be available for 12 hours daily.

Camping Grounds

For those that want a more rustic, nature orientated experience, we have 3 camping sites available. Each campsite has:

  • A shaded grass area for setting up tents
  • Ablution facilities (1 per site) with 1 shower, 1 toilet and basin including hot and cold water
  • Ideal for 4 people although there can be up to 8 people per site
  • Braai facilities
  • A power outlet

Please note: We do have elephants and other wild animals that wander around the park and we advise guests to be cautious when locating a spot to set up tents. Our shaded grass areas are recommended for this and setting up outside this area is not advised.

All the lodges and campsites at Nyamoumba were built with our guests in mind. No matter where you are, you will always have a view of the mighty Zambezi River. We have very still mornings, where the sounds of the Fish Eagles travel through the valley while our sunsets are breathtaking and perfect for the budding photographer.

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Rates

These rates are valid from 1 January 2019.

Lodge Type Rate
Standard Lodges $100 USD per lodge per night OR
  $400 USD for all 4 lodges per night
Camping Sites (Max 8 people) $40 USD per night PLUS $10 USD per person

Please note
Rates exclude flights and use of boats.
Rate per boat is $250 USD per day, excluding petrol or $150 USD per half day, excluding petrol. Our boat comfortably holds 4 people.

The emblem of our National Park is leave your footprints only