Two families with a love for the Zimbabwean bush – and a desire for others to experience an incredibly distinctive landscape and its wildlife – came together in 2012 to create an understated luxury safari camp in the stunning Matusadona National Park of Zimbabwe.
The stunning Matusadona National Park is a rugged playground; you’ll love exploring it, going on adventurous game drives, playing in the dry riverbeds and picnicking under large leadwood trees… Changa inspires the inner child in all of us, when every sense is enlivened and family and friends time, beach chilling, pool play, starlight bathing, fireside stories, breezy boat cruises, bush walk smells and bare feet in camp are the order of the day.
Engaging staff and expert guides complete Changa’s generous hospitality offering and we can’t wait to help you feel at home in our beautiful camp.
For eight years, since Changa first set down its roots, Cher has been a regular presence here. Now Camp Manager, she loves working with her conscientious, committed team to deliver one of the most authentic safari experiences ever. There’s just something quite special about Changa – and it’s hard to put your finger on it – but so much of it emanates from Cher’s warm and relaxed personality, her focus on the guest experience and attention to detail.
“No two days are the same and each one in this spectacular setting is a blessing.”
Inspired by the beauty of the Matusadona wilderness and wildlife, it is Greg’s privilege, as Head Guide, to share some unforgettable experiences with guests. It is also Greg’s honour, as Head of Maintenance, to ensure that the camp runs smoothly behind the scenes.
“My favourite animal is the lion; maybe because it is protective and powerful, just like me!”
Kenneth is a relatively new face at Changa. As a Learner Guide, he is focused on delivering the best safari experiences for guests whilst taking every opportunity to expand his knowledge across the variety of activities on offer.
“I’ve developed a huge love for the area’s uniqueness, especially the insect life, as my favourite field is entomology.”