Conservation

As lodge owners we are custodians of some of the last species in the wild. We take this seriously. So when we build, we ensure that the natural environment is our number one priority.

Community

We partner with local Chiefs and Councils to help them create sustainable communities. We employ and train local villagers, and give back tangible assets and financial contributions to the communities.

Conservancy

The local conservancies are partners in all of our projects. We also work hand-in-hand with the World Wildlife Fund to develop conservancies. Our vision has always been to protect the environment and people.

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Explore our properties

Room at Nambwa Tented Lodge

Nambwa Tented Lodge

“Nambwa Tented Lodge, inside the Bwabwata National Park, where the biggest herds of elephants that traverse the largest conservation area in Africa can be seen”

Kazile Island

Kazile Island Lodge

“Kazile Island Lodge is situated on a private island on the banks of the Kwando River within the Bwabwata National Park. Ten Meru tents overlook the Kwando River as well as the expansive floodplains between the Island and the famous Horseshoe Bend.”

Lagoon Camp

Nambwa Lagoon Camp is situated on the lagoon side of Nambwa Island, within the heart of KAZA. These are the only lodges uniquely situated inside the Bwabwata National Park…

Nambwa Campsite

Nambwa campsite

The splendour of Nambwa and the iconic environment it is located in, stimulate the senses and offer adventurous “wild camping” since its official opening in 2004.

The Sijwa Project

Re-purposing and re-inventing of all recyclable waste from the African Monarch Lodges into exquisite saleable craft and art, an organic permaculture nursery to supply food for local people and lodge guests, a cultural village, artisanal skills training center, a beehive project, a free-range egg scheme and a junior ranger training venue. Plus, it’s an indigenous tree nursery for visitors to buy and plant a tree to offset their carbon footprint. That is The Sijwa Project