Munyamadzi Community Bush Camp is managed by the Munyamadzi Camp Management Committee (which is a 10 member committee drawn from the Nabwalya Community).
Accommodation is available in three chalets with nine beds. The chalets are fitted with solar panels and clean drinking water and dining facilities are available.
Activities include fishing from canoes and the likes of tiger fish, catfish, bream and silver fish can be caught. Visitors can also try canoe safaris, guided walking safaris in the escarpment, driving safaris to Mutinondo Falls and game-viewing in the Mupamadzi and Chifungwe Plains.
Animals that you can expect to see include warthogs, elephant, impala, reedbuck, lion, leopard, buffalo, duiker, Crenshaw zebra, gray shary zebra, Cookson wildebeest and Thorneycroft giraffe. A walking trip can be arranged to Chibwe Malimba cave that was used as a fortress during the Bantu migration wars between 1500 and 1700 and as a hiding place during the slave trade era. It has a unique geological formation with a perennial stream running some 30m below the surface.