Natwange Community Campsite

Natwange means ‘let’s celebrate and have fun’. The camp is owned and managed by the local community. It is situated in a typical undisturbed Miombo landscape with riverine thickets.

Accommodation includes dome and tarpaulin tents. The campsite has traditionally designed toilets and shower facilities with cooking and braai (barbeque) facilities for self-catering visitors. School groups are also catered for. 

Natwange has a rich birdlife (52 species have been identified) which include the rare Lady Ross’s turaco and Schalow’s turaco. Wildlife includes monkeys, baboons, elephants, hippo and squirrels. There is also a wide diversity of plant species.


  • Canoeing;
  • Walking safaris;
  • Birding; and
  • Fishing.

Please note:  As the internet in rural Zambia might not work from time to time, so if you don’t get a feedback from us, we might be temporarily unable to read and/or respond to our mails. In that case, you can try contacting the camp manager by cellphone on the numbers provided. If you can’t reach him either, you can still try to contact our German friends who maintain this website at:


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