There are variety of activities available here so you can choose to spend your days on day and night game drives, walks, canoe trips, boating and even catch-and-release fishing. Your first two nights are spent on Tsika Island. The Island camp is a community partnership project and combines the canoeing safari with an authentic cultural experience, offering visits to the Mugurumeno Basic School and the cultural village on the nearby mainland as activities. Spend an afternoon with your guide and a local community guide visiting the village and learning about the culture. This village is not visited by many tourists and so remains an authentic and eye-opening experience.

Today you will be transferred by motorboat along the Zambezi river on a boat safari en route to your next safari camp, Old Mondoro. Overlooking a maze of hippo-inhabited islands from a grove of Acacia trees that tower above the massive elephant bulls that seem to be constantly feeding on them, Old Mondoro has one of the most beautiful sites in the Lower Zambezi National Park and certainly one of the most remote. Explore here on game drives, walks and boating activities.