Tiger Safaris, a fishing camp in Chirundu, Zimbabwe, is undergoing a three-phase refurbishment.

The popular self-catering family fishing camp is nestled on the banks of the Great Zambezi River. It is one of the most established camps on the Lower Zambezi, renowned for its prolific fishing, providing an exciting and engaging activity, which offers a vast amount of different species. The camp offers top of the range accommodation and is also available as a functions venue.

The management are excited to report that their long-awaited lease renewal has finally come through, enabling them to start a new 3-phase refurbishment at the camp.


They have already started on phase 1 of the plans which entailed building a new kitchen to help them cater for large groups, weddings and fishing competitions. Now, they are in full swing building a bar / restaurant and a new chalet which will be available on a fully-catered basis.

They are hoping these will be finished by the end of 2016, and then they will start a much-needed refurbishment of the Tiger Safaris self-catering chalets.   So far, new mattresses have been provided for the extra (3rd) bed in each chalet, and new veranda furniture has been added.


The tiger-fishing on the river is now improving with higher water temperatures.  Australian guests visiting in September caught some excellent-sized fish (pictured right).


For more information and contact details: http://tigersafaris.co.zw/


Source: Wild Zambezi