Binga & Mlibizi are famous spots for fishing and also act as boating harbours. Binga is a district on the south eastern shore of Lake Kariba. Mlibizi is a small fishing and boating Harbour on the western side of Kariba dam. Famously referred to as the western terminus for Lake Kariba ferry services it is the gateway to Kariba and Mana Pools from other nearby destinations such as Hwange National Park and Victoria Falls.
Binga is a destination endowed with amazing culture plus lots of activities for inquisitive travellers. Activities include the “interesting” Batonga Museum, meeting the fascinating Tonga people, visit a crocodile farm and the natural Binga hot springs We cannot talk of Binga Activities without mentioning boating and fishing. As a result of being on the Zambezi River, the area offers great fishing opportunities. Game fishing enthusiasts will love angling for Tigerfish during our guided fishing tours.
You will also get to . If you are lucky you will see elephants and other wild African animals during your stay.
Accommodation in the Binga & Mlibizi area is restricted to privately-owned lodges, self-catering houses, a small hotel and a lakeside resort (self-catering chalets and a campsite) next to the Kariba ferry terminal. For those who want to go for fishing Pontoon-style boats can be hired for fishing at a daily rate.
Further north of Mlibizi is the fishing, boating and cultural centre of a good place for visitors from Bulawayo, Hwange or the Victoria Falls who would want to enjoy a lake cruise, a chartered houseboat or a fishing holiday on Lake Kariba without having to go all the way to Kariba town.
Binga is also a good overnight stop for self-drive clients on a self-drive adventure on the long, slow 4×4 gravel road along the southern shore of Lake Kariba.