Destination Overview

Forever on the lookout for the next adventure Kiene’s Fly Fishing Travel discovers exotic fishing opportunities that have been overlooked by other travel websites. Our previous trips to Africa have been rewarded by our discovery of Camp Nkwazi.

Camp Nkwazi is a new, breathtaking lodge nestled on the banks of the mighty Zambezi river, it opened in 2013 and already has been awarded with: "Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence – 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 and has been taken up in the Trip Advisor “ Hall of Fame” in 2019." It is +- 20 minutes drive from Livingstone and +- 25 minutes from one of the natural wonders of the world, the Victoria Falls.

The Zambezi River extends the length of the property and there are breathtaking views over the water with the sightings of a variety of game, rich and rare bird life with the likes of Fish Eagle, African Fin Foot, Pel's Fishing Owl, African Paradise Flycatcher, Horn-Bill, King Fishers, Bee-eaters etc.etc.


Camp Nkwazi is located close to the Mosi-Oa Tunya, Chobe and Kafue national parks and right opposite the Zambezi National Park.

Experience all the comfort you are entitled to without sacrificing the experience of being close to nature in either, 10 Luxury Self-Catering Chalets or 13 Luxury Camp Sites. Each of the 10 luxury self-catering "tented" chalets are tastefully furnished and equipped with all the necessary utensils to ensure that you totally sink into comfort and relaxation at Camp Nkwazi. Thoughtful - 2 chalets are converted to wheelchair accessible.

The 13 unique, "Best in Africa", lawn covered camp sites, cleared in the forest with luxury ablution and scullery facilities, will ensure all campers to return. For your convenience, Camp Nkwazi offers you a restaurant, bar and swimming pool.

Ensure enough time at Camp Nkwazi, not only for relaxing in the African bush with indescribable bird life, but also to participate in the nearby activities with the likes of helicopter or microlight flights, fishing, game viewing, canoe, makoro or boat trips on the Zambezi, elephant rides, lion encounters, Vic Falls day trip and swimming in the spectacular devil's pool etc. etc.

Camp Nkwazi is not a stopover. It's a destination.

At a Glance

Location: Camp Nkwazi, Zambia

Target Fish: Tigerfish

Time of Year: End of May - End October

Lodge Capacity: 20

Airport: Livingston

Electricity: 220v plug adapters required

Documents Required: Passport, Visas for Zambia and Botswana

Vaccines: Talk with your Dr. to get appropriate vaccines

Fishing Program

You will spend 3 full days fishing with Angle Zambia a professional Fly Fishing company founded in 2000. They provide fishing excursions on the Zambezi River above Victoria Falls. For those with a hunger for adventure, there is no better way to get "hooked on the Zambezi". 

Their experienced guides will take you to the best fishing areas where your thirst for action can be satisfied. Over 75 species of fish lurk in the waters of the mighty Zambezi with a quest to elude capture. One of these is rated by many anglers as "the finest sporting and fighting fish in the world" - The renowned Tigerfish. Come and meet this formidable opponent. 

Whether the serious angler, recreational fisherman or first timer - there is enjoyment to be had by all. A variety of wildlife can also be viewed along the river, from hippo to the soaring eagle, the churning rapids to the serenity of a gentle flowing river - there is something for everyone. 

Angle Zambia offers you a memorable day on the river and an opportunity to tell of "the big one that got away!" 


The Tigerfish (Hydrocynus Vittatus) is a major freshwater angling game fish and can easily be recognized by the bluish sheen on its back, a series of parallel longitudinal black stripes, blood red fins and a series of 8 large protruding sharply pointed teeth in each jaw. They are ferocious and aggressive apex predators, and are a hard fighting freshwater game fish.  An awesome fish to catch on light tackle and fly fishing equipment.  Tigerfish are indigenous to Africa.

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Camp Nkwazi, Zambia Zimbabwe & Botswana
Hosted by Paul Thick
Sept 23 - Oct 1, 2020
$3,995/8n,3d fishing
$2,995/8n non-fishing
Per Person / dbl. occ.

Camp Nkwazi is comprised of 10 luxury self-catering "tented" chalets, all with en-suite facilities. The luxury tents are a great source of relaxation with only the best mattresses available.

Comfortable hidden in your private hideaway, you will be pampered by crisp linen on 2x 1070 x 2000mm based sets, en-suite bathroom, wooden deck, with a fully equipped kitchen and offering an open view 2 Chalets are "wheelchair accessible".

Each unit has power points for hairdryers and shavers (220v) in the room as well as an external power point Each luxury tent sleeps 2 adults. By prior arrangement, 2 children under the age of 12 years. may be accommodated Chalet guests are welcome to use the restaurant, bar, bakery, convenient store and swimming pool at Camp Nkwazi.

Take in consideration the plenty of surrounding activities, bird life, sun downer/game viewing boat trips etc. etc. not to be disappointed with a too short a stay.


On Site Amenities and Activities Include:

Wi-Fi/internet access



Gourmet Food

Mosquito Net & Repellent

Fans & Electric Blankets

Cupboard space & Luggage Rack

Non fly fishing activities

Getting There

International airlines from all over the world serve the airports in Johannesburg, and Kenya, on your way to Livingston Airport Zambia. The Lodge will arrange transport from the airport to the Lodge (35 min) and back again after your stay.


Rates - Camp Nkwazi

8 night/3 full days fishing (per person, double occupancy): $3,995.00

8 night/6 days non-fishing (per person, double occupancy): $2,995.00

Camp Nkwazi Fishing Package Includes: 

Transportation to and from Livingston Airport. (35 min. drive)

8 nights at the lodge, private accommodations, all meals. 

Morning tour of Zambian side of Victoria Falls

Game Drive to Chobe Game Park in Botswana

Rhino walk and game drive

Elephant Cafe lunch and Elephant encounter

Sunset Cruise,

3 full days fishing (2 anglers per boat and skipper)

Camp Nkwazi Non-Fishing Package Includes: 

Transportation to and from Livingston Airport. (35 min. drive)

8 nights at the lodge, private accommodations, all meals.

Morning tour of Zambian side of Victoria Falls

Game Drive to Chobe Game Park in Botswana

Rhino walk and game drive

Elephant Cafe lunch and Elephant encounter

Sunset Cruise,

Not Included: flights, tackle, flies, gratuities, drinks or alcohol

Other Activities include: 

Boat Safari

Game Walk

Rhino Tracking

Bird watching

Outdoor Braai, (BBQ)


Please Note:

Customers flying this far usually want to include
Cape Town, South Africa for a week, we offer this additional hosted week


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Destination Overview

Cape Town is a port city on South Africa’s southwest coast, on a peninsula beneath the imposing Table Mountain. Slowly rotating cable cars climb to the mountain’s flat top, from which there are sweeping views of the city, the busy harbor and boats heading for Robben Island, the notorious prison that once held Nelson Mandela, which is now a living museum.


Cape Town is the oldest city in South Africa, colloquially named the Mother City. It is the legislative capital of South Africa and primate city of the Western Cape province. It forms part of the City of Cape Town metropolitan municipality.


The city is known for its harbor, for its natural setting in the Cape Floristic Region, and for landmarks such as Table Mountain and Cape Point. Cape Town is home to 64% of the Western Cape's population. It is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, reflecting its role as a major destination for immigrants and expatriates to South Africa.


The city was named the World Design Capital for 2014 by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design. In 2014, Cape Town was named the best place in the world to visit by both The New York Times and The Daily Telegraph.

Located on the shore of Table Bay, Cape Town, as the oldest urban area in South Africa, was developed by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a supply station for Dutch ships sailing to East AfricaIndia, and the Far East


Jan van Riebeeck's arrival on 6 April 1652 established Dutch Cape Colony, the first permanent European settlement in South Africa. Cape Town outgrew its original purpose as the first European outpost at the Castle of Good Hope, becoming the economic and cultural hub of the Cape Colony. Until the Witwatersrand Gold Rush and the development of Johannesburg, Cape Town was the largest city in South Africa.

At a Glance

Location: Cape Town, South Africa

Time of Year: All Year

Lodge Capacity: 16

Airport: Cape Town International

Electricity: 220v plug adapters required

Documents Required: Passport

Vaccines: Talk with your Dr. to get appropriate vaccines






Unique to Cape Town, Ikhaya Safari Lodge is your perfect getaway indulging guests with every conceivable luxury. Decorated in true African Safari Lodge style with African antelope heads adorning the walls as well as skins scattered on the wooden floors.

The lounge boasts a magnificent fireplace and a wine cellar, adjacent to the main dining room in open thatch.

Accommodation consists of 8 rooms with ensuite bathrooms, each of these elegantly appointed rooms feature tea trays with complementary tea and coffee. Also available is a beautiful 1 bedroom cottage under thatch with an open plan lounge and kitchenette as well as its own private terrace.

This charming stone and thatch home built on 2 acres of beautiful lush gardens with a tennis court and a swimming pool, offers the most breath-taking views of the winelands and the Hottentots Holland mountains, which can be enjoyed from the main terrace.

Rates - Cape Town

7 night (per person, double occupancy): $1,995.00

Prices subject to change with exchange rate

Cape Town Package Includes:

Transport from Airport to lodge and back to the airport after the stay

all transportation around the city

7 nights Lodging at Ikhaya Lodge 

Breakfast at the lodge

Cape Town Package does not Include:

Lunches or Dinners


Activities include:

Table Mountain (weather permitting)

Boulders Beach (penguins)

Cape Point

Stellenbosch Wine Area

Constantia Wine Area

Tour of Cape Town

Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

To book any of our trips give us a call to start the process 1-800-410-1222
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