The meeting spot for hundreds of animal species

Kayila Camp is a 4 suites camp that combines tradition with comfort. Situated on a ridge on the banks of the Zambezi, Kayila offers sweeping views of the Mana Pools National Park on the opposite bank.


The camp has a beautiful outdoor lounge area that overlooks the fire-pit deck and swimming pool, providing an excellent vantage point to experience the magic of the Zambezi River…

Kayila has a relaxed and informal feel. The culinary experience features no frills home cooking with some local delicacies available.
Kayila is an excellent starting point for groups that want to experience more of the Zambezi Valley. Guests are able to immerse themselves in the cultures of the surrounding communities.

Cuisine

Although Kayila is very luxurious it also has a relaxed and informal feel. The culinary experience is characterized by no frills home cooking with the option of some local delicacies.
As part of our “Zambezi Experience”, guests can enjoy 2 days at Kayila and then a boat trip down the Zambezi River stopping to see the birds and animals that inhabit the length of the river. This will be followed by a picnic lunch and an optional canoeing trip finishing at the camp.
By virtue of its location and layout, the camp offers a plethora of activities and experiences: from “River to Ridge” walks through the property to sunsets on the escarpment with panoramic views of the river as well as sleep outs over watering holes giving guests the opportunity to experience a close up look into the exhilarating nocturnal world of Kayila.

THE GUIDES

Kayila has well trained and passionate guides who will make your game viewing experience something to remember.

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Nature is not a place to visit. It is a home.

Kayila are proud to partner with Anabezi and Amanzi Camps to provide the “Zambezi Experience”. Here guests can enjoy two to three action packed days at Kayila and then do the 70 kilometre cruise down the Zambezi river, stopping to see the birds and animals that inhabit the length of the river. Stopping on an island for a picnic lunch approximately 10 kilometres upstream from the Anabezi Camp. Guests will then have the option of canoeing to Anabezi or continuing by boat.