The Lower Zambezi valley offers a wide range of bird habitats, and because of this we can promise exceptional bird watching to our guests. The types of terrain surrounding us include escarpment, riverine, wetland and bushveld. This means that a wide variety of bird species can be found in a highly concentrated area.
The bush around the lodge is home to a variety of resident birds such as starlings, parrots, coucaals, owls, lovebirds, cuckoos, and shrikes.
The surrounding bushveld and game park area has many raptors, vultures, ground hornbills, rollers, pheasants, and bee eaters. The river and tributaries has fantastic bird watching such as kingfishers, skimmers, waders, plovers, herons, and the world famous carmine bee-eaters, that nest in the banks near the camp. Whether you are in camp, cruising on the river, fishing or game viewing there’s always something to see.