Musango Safari Camp

A proud member of Classic Safari Camps of Africa

Lake Kariba - Zimbabwe

On Lake Kariba situated just off the shoreline of the Matusadona National Park is Musango Safari Camp, an exclusive 16 bed, owner-run camp. Just a short flight away from Victoria Falls or Kariba, Musango offers an abundance of both wildlife and bird life, with a  large selection of activities available, or the option to simply relax.

Musango - Island Safari Camp

From walking safaris and ‘Big Five’ game drives, to tiger fishing on Lake Kariba; our guests can encounter the abundant wildlife in a multitude of ways.  Activities are fun, informal and operated by trained and experienced guides.

Whether you choose to fill your day exploring the area, or simply relaxing and soaking up the ambiance of wild Africa, our staff is happy to accommodate your every wish.


Classic Safari Camps of Africa, an association of, privately owned lodges and camps in Eastern and Southern Africa.


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Why Musango Safari Camp?

The Matusadona National Park

A forgotten National Park rich in history and wildlife.


Game tracking with the best

Steve has been tracking game in this area since Noah beached his ark!



Identify over 50 species in one outing


Classic Safari Camp

An authentic African bush camp


Luxury Accommodation

Double and twin bed accommodation



Boating to Starvation Island



Visit the local village and interact



Fight the world renowned Tiger Fish

Meet Steve Edwards

Steve Edwards worked for the Department of National Parks and Wild Life Management for 18 years, three of which he spent as Warden of Matusadona National Park. When he retired from service in 1990, he followed his dream by setting up Musango.

Steve has a deep knowledge of the bush and a quiet demeanour that will leave you feeling safe even when you are walking with lion, buffalo and rhino. He is also an avid photographer and keen bird watcher, and since discovering a dinosaur fossil site in the Matusadona National Park, he has become fascinated by paleontology.

Steve and his wife, Wendy, live on the island and are passionate about Musango.  Wendy manages the island, training the staff, supervising the cooking and cultivating the gardens.  Their natural exuberance and friendly spirit ensure that your stay here will be more than just a holiday; indeed many of their visitors come back time and time again.