Whatever kind of fisherman you are, we have the bait to get you to NSOFU. It is paradise for any adventurous angler, whether a conventional, lure or fly fisher putting you up against Tiger Fish, Bream, Chesa, Vundu, Nkupi, Catfish, and African Pike. The formidable Tiger Fish is world-renowned for being a fierce, hard-fighting fish that has a reputation of being the toughest freshwater fish to pursue. We operate a strict Catch and Release Policy!
We have a fleet of boats which can be hired with our fishing guides that are experts in their field.
Embark on a sundowner tour on the river, soaking in the slanting rays of the setting sun as shares arrays of yellow, orange and red warmth. Our sunset cruise offers guests the chance to see animals playing in the water or showing off their beauty as they catch the last rays of sun on the river banks. Our experienced guides educate, engage and answer your questions and curiosities making sure you return satisfied.
For those with an interest in birds, all our activities offer the opportunity to spot one of the 378 bird species in the Lower Zambezi Valley – Saddle billed Stork, White-fronted bee-eater, Western-banded Snake eagle, Eastern Nicator and the African Skimmer to name a few. For those avid birders, who are in search of something special, we offer guided birding walks or boat tours at select times of the year. Sought after species during our green season include the African Pitta, Livingstone’s flycatcher and African broadbill. We also welcome back the migratory birds such as the Broad-billed Roller, Collared Pratincole and Southern Carmine Bee-eater.
Spend a few hours exploring the Nsofu area with one of our guides who will teach you about the local flora and fauna, keep you informed about the tracks in the sand and bird-life. Guests get to have a meet and greet with the community in the nearby Mafungautsi Village as well as exploring a nearby banana plantation.
A full day adventure to the Lower Zambezi National Park. Guests depart from Nsofu at 5:30am and travel the 70km (+- 2 hours) to the park gate via car. Alternatively, a boat transfer to the park gates can be arranged taking about 1 hour. Upon arrival guests spend a few hours sightseeing where lions, elephants and various other animals can be spotted followed by a picnic lunch in the park and then return to Nsofu early evening.