Steeped in African history, exclusive Game and Bird walks and drives, community interaction, a visit to an iron age archaeological site, boating or fishing on the lake, a day trip to see the working farm, early morning climbs in to the Swamp Hides to see the rare and elusive papyrus dwelling Sitatunga antelope and forest walks to see the little Blue Duiker, there is plenty to do and see. The guides are experienced and knowledgeable and a diverse variety of some 22 other mammal species inhabit the area. The bird life is prolific with over 375 different species of birds and enthusiastic guiding from either Jo & Charlie Harvey makes this a rare treat for guests. A good mornings hike and climb up Nachipala Hill is always a challenge for the most ardent walkers wanting to take in David Livingstone’s Memorial.

Shiwa Horse Safaris, formally from South Africa Horseback Safaris Steven and Lucy are now Shiwa based and have opened up their stables of exceptionally well produced and schooled horses, for
experienced riders who want to encounter the African Bush from a truly different viewpoint. They have a long and extremely good reputation for the quality of their rides and can offer a wide variety of horses for the discerning equestrian.

Sir Stewart’s legendary Kapishya Hot Springs are a short drive away and what could be a better way to soak away the enjoyment of hosre ridng or a busy day than sitting in the sprins with a drnk and
convivial companions recounting the days events and the African Adventures to come.