Old Mondoro


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Set in a grove of Acacia trees on the banks of the Zambezi River, Old Mondoro was originally established as a joint venture between the owners of Chiawa Camp and Sausage Tree Camp, but is now wholly owned by Chiawa.  Its aim is very much to create a 'back to the bush' ambiance to contrast with these camps' own unashamed luxury.

Appropriately constructed of canvas and natural materials, the camp's tents, which accommodate just 8 guests, have en-suite facilities with flush toilets, and canvas bucket showers and washbasins. Paraffin lanterns provide natural lighting. The tents are left with open views during the day, and at night canvas drop-down blinds with windows are lowered to provide more privacy and security.

There are some excellent walking areas right out of Camp, and more just a short drive away. It is unquestionably the best walking area in the Lower Zambezi. However also on offer at Old Mondoro are game drives (day & night ), canoeing and game viewing by motor boat.

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