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.
Activities include canoeing, walking safaris, birding and fishing.