The low-lying area of Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve is an interesting contrast to the high Nyika Plateau. Most of the reserve is flat and covered with Mopane and Miombo woodland, but the eastern side is hilly and the reserve is rich in wetlands with the Vwaza Marsh itself in the North and Lake Kazuni in the South. These wetlands provide a haven for animals and birdlife. Kazuni Safari Lodge enjoys a spectacular setting on the edge of Lake Kazuni in the south east corner of the reserve. In front of the camp, an expanse of flat water spreads out surrounded by low hills and Miombo woodland, with a steady stream of animals coming down to water. Kazuni is a simple bush camp in quite stunning surrounds on the edge of Lake Kazuni in the south-eastern corner of the Vwaza Marsh Game Reserve. Guests sleep in reed and thatch rondavels (there are five) with en-suite bathrooms and twin beds. The main camp has a restaurant and bar that nestles in a grove of acacia and miombo trees. Accommodation is on a full board basis and safari activities (game drives, night drives and walks) are available led by a professional safari guide.