About Mama Out of Africa
Mama Out of Africa is an unique self-catering indoor and semi-outdoor Hut on the Kayube Estate, nestled amongst indigenous river trees and bush, right on the banks of the Zambezi River with the Zambezi National Park across the river.
The Hut is completely built out of natural materials from the surrounding area and has an indoor and outdoor section. The indoor section has two double beds in the front and the back of the hut, as well as a fully equipped kitchen with a double electric cooking plate, a kettle, an espresso machine, cutlery and crockery. The semi-outdoor section has a spacious bathroom with a shower, toilet and a lovely view. A dining area is also located here and is equipped with a two-burner gas stove with a small oven and a lounge deck with a viewing deck that can also be used as double or single sleeping deck.
Very often herds of elephants are seen across the river and hippos can be seen wallowing in the water. At night guests will hear hyenas and hippos and from time to time you make wake to the roar of a lion, creating a unique experience in the African Bush.
Various tours can be enjoyed in the area from historical sites, towns and villages to game drives. Activities in the area include angling, canoeing, cruises on the Zambezi River, helicopter trips, white river rafting and for the experience of a lifetime guests can also take guided walks with lions.
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