Sharwimbo River Camp is a magical place in the Mashi Conservancy. It has a prime position on a small hill overlooking the Kwando River, and its reedbeds, riverine vegetation, savannah and floodplains. Jochen Beckert and owner Ben Vermaak, the founder of Namushasha River Lodge, truly found the ideal location! Every tented chalet has a river view! The name ‘Sharwimbo’ is an old name that means 'the place of music’. Among the music that can be heard is the bubbling sound of coppery-tailed coucals, the territorial grunts of hippos, the ‘kwe’-ing of grey louries and the ringing call of fish eagles.
- 15 spacious en-suite chalets
- Max. guests: 30
- Solar powered
- Charging station in each chalet
- No air conditioner
- No Wi-Fi
- Swimming pool
- Self-catering (meals are prepared by the guide)
- Own game drive vehicles
- Boats on site
Sharwimbo uses solar power for electricity. Grey water is gathered, filtered and returned back to nature.
Relax at the swimming pool or on your terrace overlooking the Kwando River.
Sharwimbo also has a separate campsite catering for tour groups, with its own swimming pool.
Boat trips on the waterways are the best way to experience the wild river environment and view the myriad species of birds, and – with luck – buffalo and water-adapted antelopes. The area is a treat for nature-lovers and allows you to breathe deeply and attune to the rhythms of nature.
Enjoy game drives in the nearby area, including Mudumu or Nkasa Rupara National Park.
Visit the Singwali people and explore the rich history of David Livingstone in the nearby museum.