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Lake Safari Lodge

Sleeps 171 in 64 rooms

Lake Safari Lodge is an extensive complex with lodge accommodation on the shores of Lake Kariba in Zambia. Distinctively easygoing, it's a...
Lake Safari Lodge is an extensive complex with lodge accommodation on the shores of Lake Kariba in Zambia. Distinctively easygoing, it's a place to relax as well as enjoy fishing and water sports. It is also suitable for out of town conferencing or company retreats.

The setting here is ideal for a fun-filled holiday packed with exciting water sports activities, soaking up the sun, unwinding and relaxing, spectacular sunsets and sunrises, a romantic weekend getaway, or an impressive business conference away from the hustle and bustle of major cities.

Accommodation comprises 66 spacious, simple and comfortable rooms with a more classic than modern feel. All rooms feature either one king-size or two double or single beds accommodating a maximum of three guests. Accommodation rates include a full English breakfast and guests can relax in the gorgeous swimming pool or enjoy the seclusion of the stunning plunge pool that overlooks the lake. Recline with a book, sip on a drink, or enjoy a small bite to eat. Other facilities include a pool table, gym facilities and a library. For the ultimate in convenience, guests can now arrive direct via helicopter onto the newly installed helipad.
from R1580

Country Lodge - Mongu

Sleeps 40 in 20 rooms

Country Lodge Mongu offers clean and comfortable lodging facilities in a serene environment. The Lodge features 20 en-suite rooms, each...
Country Lodge Mongu offers clean and comfortable lodging facilities in a serene environment. The Lodge features 20 en-suite rooms, each fully kitted with tea and coffee-making facilities, climate control, wireless Internet, television sets connected to digital satellite television, and mini fridges. The Lodge has an option of standard Double Rooms, Executive Suites and Executive King rooms.

Country Lodge offers 24-hour room service, laundry facilities, and breakfast is inclusive in the room rate. The Lodge also offer safe parking and is completely secure, with 24-hour security services. A restaurant and bar are available on site, where guests can relax and enjoy a drink or a hearty meal. The restaurant and bar are only open to guests at Country Lodge Mongu, however the restaurant is able to offer catering services for one-day events and is also able to host dinners.
from R1689

Golden Days Lodge

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Golden Days Lodge is a luxury lodge offering value with an authentic Zambian twist; accommodation, restaurant and conferencing facilities. ...
Golden Days Lodge is a luxury lodge offering value with an authentic Zambian twist; accommodation, restaurant and conferencing facilities. With our excellent, spacious and comfortable rooms you will enjoy your visit. The lodge is centrally located, in the heart of Livingstone, the home of Victoria Falls, and is a great place to sample Zambian food and lifestyle.

Accommodation is offered in seven guest rooms, three double and four twin, each with an excellent quiet and relaxing atmosphere. Each room is self-contained and contains DStv, and free high speed internet access.

Golden Days Lodge provides guests with airport pick-up and drop-off. Cars are also available for hire at the lodge.
from R572

Masuku Lodge

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Masuku Lodge is set in the beautiful, unspoilt bush of Nkanga River Conservation Area. It overlooks a lake and is surrounded by miombo,...
Masuku Lodge is set in the beautiful, unspoilt bush of Nkanga River Conservation Area. It overlooks a lake and is surrounded by miombo, dambo and thicket. This wide range of habitats supports a high diversity of bird and animal life. The Nkanga River Conservation Area is one of Southern Africa's most important bird areas and is an excellent place to see Zambia's only endemic bird, the Chaplin's Barbet. Masuku is run by Rory McDougall and his partner Dori Glasspool and their two black labradors ‘Jackal and Heidi’.

Accommodation is offered in six attractive thatched rondavels, with twin or double beds, all with en-suite facilities. Each has a veranda where you can sit and enjoy the view of the bush. Meals are taken family style, in the main lodge dining room. There is also a spacious lounge in which to relax. Telephone signal and Wi-Fi are available in main lodge.

The lodge garden is teaming with birds, and depending on the time of the year, sitting in the garden one can spot a large variety of species, some of which are endemic to the region. The Masuku Dam in front of the lodge is equally exciting, especially as you go into the dry season. The Lodge and Dam environs are a great birding spot, with many more birds close by with good easy walks in and around the adjacent thickets, dambo’s and miombo. Birding game drives on open vehicles provide great entertainment.

Herds of kudu, sable, zebra, numerous bush buck, bush pig and warthog wander along the edge of the garden next to the dam both night and day. These visit the dam regularly in the dry season, alongside vervet monkey and chacma baboon. A game drive around the conservancy to Lake Meg, finds the tsessebe, puku, Lichtenstein’s hartebeest, eland, waterbuck, reedbuck, impala, common duiker, and Sharpe’s grysbok near the thickets.
from R4768

Trenchtown Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 33 in 12 rooms

Trenchtown Lodge offers upmarket accommodation in Zambia's tourist capital of Livingstone. We offer self-catering chalets, executive rooms...
Trenchtown Lodge offers upmarket accommodation in Zambia's tourist capital of Livingstone. We offer self-catering chalets, executive rooms and a bungalow. The lodge also has a conference room that can seat up 40 delegates. There is a fully stocked bar and restaurant on the premises that is open seven days a week as well as secure off-street parking.

The lodge is modern and situated only 1.5 km from the Livingstone Central Business District, ideal for the business traveller as well as holidaymakers. Our on-hand staff is ready to receive you with great passion and motivation.

Livingstone is a safari hub and an adventure capital where adrenalin pumps high when you take on the Zambezi River, white water rafting and bungee jumping. When you want to slow things down, enjoy a round of golf or some fishing. How about a tour of Victoria Falls or take in some game viewing at the Mosi oa Tunya National Park.
from R500

Natural Mystic Lodge

5 Reviews
Sleeps 40 in 10 rooms

Natural Mystic Lodge offers a unique vacation experience for every travel adventurer. Situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, facing...
Natural Mystic Lodge offers a unique vacation experience for every travel adventurer. Situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, facing Victoria Falls National Park and located 20 km from Livingstone, this truly is a place for relaxation and fun.

If you’re looking for a quiet and romantic getaway, a few action-filled days, or simply want to add the finishing touches to your African experience, then this is the place to be. Families are welcome and will find plenty of activities for all ages.

All 10 en-suite thatched chalets have spectacular views of the Zambezi River. They are incorporated into a natural setting and have a traditional African feel to them while providing for the comfort, privacy and safety you need. Natural Mystic Lodge is covered in a dense mopane forest combined with deciduous savanna grassland. Nature's sounds of bird life, frogs, baboons, monkeys and hippos create a mystical mood. Free roaming elephants are also frequent visitors to our grounds.

Visit the breathtaking Victoria Falls on a guided tour or explore the falls yourself. Our riverfront bar and restaurant is ideal for viewing those beautiful African skies and through our menu we will expose you to the culinary delights of Zambia.
from R1200

Fresh View Homes

Sleeps 58 in 29 rooms

Fresh View Homes offer comfortable accommodation situated on the shores of the beautiful Lake Kariba. It is only a short drive from the...
Fresh View Homes offer comfortable accommodation situated on the shores of the beautiful Lake Kariba. It is only a short drive from the charming village of Siavonga, and a two-hour drive from Lusaka.

There are 28 guest rooms available with lovely views of the lake. All the rooms are equipped with air-conditioning and TVs with selected satellite channels. Guests can choose between two swimming pools, lounging at the lakeside or simply taking a stroll on the beach.

The Restaurant menu includes a diverse range of local and international dishes with a full English Breakfast served every morning. The Beach Bar is open until late with a wide variety of refreshing drink. There are two spacious conference rooms that can seat up to 200 people combined.
from R886

Kaingu Safari Lodge

Sleeps 20 in 5 rooms

Kaingu Safari Lodge is situated on one of Africa's great rivers, the Kafue, some 200 kilometres upstream of its confluence with the mighty...
Kaingu Safari Lodge is situated on one of Africa's great rivers, the Kafue, some 200 kilometres upstream of its confluence with the mighty Zambezi River and 400 kilometres north of the majestic Victoria Falls.The Lodge is environmentally friendly with the architecture of the entire camp and associated buildings having been designed to blend in and harmonise with the surroundings. Maximum use has been made of existing trees, rocky outcrops and topographical features in its layout and construction, thereby keeping impacts to a minimum and maintaining the original look and feel of the area. Kaingu Safari Lodge is situated in an area of pristine wilderness offering a magnificent game and safari experience in the heart of the African bush. The river ensures that there is something for everyone to do. Fishing, bird watching, exploring the channels & islands and game watching are always special on a river like the Kafue.

The main camp of Kaingu Safari Lodge comprises four luxuriously appointed luxury safari tents as well as one 4-bed family house, all set under huge riverine trees on the river bank. All tents are set under thatch and placed on raised rosewood platforms overlooking the river. Each unit has an en-suite bathroom and an additional unique outdoor shower. with hot and cold running water and 12 Volt solar lighting. All units are carefully positioned to assure privacy, safety and integration with the surrounding vegetation. The focal point of the Lodge is the open-air central boma set under thatch. It serves as dining room and bar/lounge facilities and it has a large deck overlooking the river. The daily rates include full board, all local soft drinks and beer, laundry service, as well as activities.
from R5500

Kafunta River Lodge

Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Kafunta River Lodge is set in a riverside forest on the banks of the Luangwa River, overlooking the South Luangwa National Park.
Kafunta River Lodge is set in a riverside forest on the banks of the Luangwa River, overlooking the South Luangwa National Park.

Setting a high standard, this classic safari lodge offers guests every modern day comfort, while being in the thick of the bush. Our eight private chalets are built-on raised wooden platforms under a thatched roof. Their mahogany floors and walls give a natural charm to their luxurious interiors.

Central to the chalets is the spacious bar and dining area. Built around a large semi-evergreen wild mango tree and thatched in the traditional style, it offers panoramic views over the Luangwa River and South Luangwa National Park. Great for game viewing and bird watching.

Adjacent to the bar is the swimming pool and a natural hot spring tub with a constant temperature of 38 degrees. Built-on a natural hot spring, this magnificent feature is one of the many aspects that signals Kafunta out from other Lodges. The lodge has its own pontoon, and this adventurous crossing takes you into the more remote areas of the Park.

Kafunta River Lodge is the ideal base to discover vast areas of the South Luangwa National Park and our high-quality safaris will ensure an unrivalled experience.
from R10763

Kaingo Bush Camp

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

**Season of operation 20May to 01Nov** Overlooking the Luangwa river in the prime game viewing area of the South Luangwa National Park,...
**Season of operation 20May to 01Nov** Overlooking the Luangwa river in the prime game viewing area of the South Luangwa National Park, Kaingo's relaxed, personal and friendly atmosphere offers its guests fantastic game-viewing opportunities within an area of stark beauty and varied terrain. From the safety of your chalet you may witness some of the night time visitors to camp: an inquisitive hyena, prowling leopard, grazing hippo or silently hunting owls. Accommodation comprises of four twin bedded chalets and one honeymoon suite with a stunning out door bath on the banks of the river. All the rooms have en-suite facilities, are well ventilated, mosquito-proofed and silently lit by solar power. A special feature of Kaingo is the unique wooden deck built out over the river. From this relaxing vantage point one can view game coming down to drink, basking hippos, water birds fishing, and daily elephant crossings. In addition to Kaingo Camp, Shenton Safaris operate Mwamba Bush Camp, providing an opportunity for those of a more adventurous spirit to explore the parks heartland. Wonderfully remote and peaceful, the site is a relaxed 3-hour bushwalk from Kaingo (or 20 minute driving transfer). Set on the banks of the Mwamba River, a tributary of the Luangwa, the camp enjoys shady views of perennial water-holes. The chalets are uniquely designed with two large skylights (protected by mosquito gauze) allowing you to experience sleeping under the stars. Our photographic hides of Derek’s own design are a special feature of Shenton Safaris. These hides are guaranteed to get you close enough to the wildlife to take a while host of stunning photos – in complete safety. Our hides have certainly turned the heads of the professionals. In the past year we have been visited by world renowned wildlife photographer Frans Lanting (twice) of National Geographic, Own Prumm of Discovery Channel, David Rogers of Africa Geographic, Lyn Johnsson of National Geographic and Independent film maker Peter Lamberti (Valley of the Golden Baboon). In previous years the BBC have used our hippo hide in the filming of the Wild Africa Series. Walking Safari Experience Walking safaris were pioneered in South Luangwa national park and for many guests provide the ultimate safari experience. At a relaxed pace one can truly appreciate the extraordinary beauty of this area and feel the thrill of viewing big game on foot. To ensure your safety you will be led by an armed scout and qualified guide who will interpret this complex wilderness. Game-viewing from one of our custom built, open 4WD vehicles is a real pleasure. Comfortable, high seats allow superb all-round vision and easy photography. Our qualified and experienced guides will take you to game-rich areas not commonly visited. Big cats hunting, mongoose and porcupine foraging; hyena, civet, genet and Pels Fishing Owl, all provide great entertainment and a challenge to the photographer.
from R20490

Wildlife Camp

Sleeps 63 in 20 rooms

At Wildlife Camp we offer a much-needed place for the budget traveller, providing rustic en-suite chalets, a secluded en-suite tented camp,...
At Wildlife Camp we offer a much-needed place for the budget traveller, providing rustic en-suite chalets, a secluded en-suite tented camp, and a bush camp for overnight walking safaris and beautiful campsites - all situated on the banks of the stunning Luangwa River.

The Wildlife Camp is situated on land owned by The Wildlife and Environmental Conservation Society of Zambia. We operate under their auspices and proudly donate 60% of all the accommodation and camping fees to the society, which in return supports the wildlife and people of the Luangwa Valley and Zambia.

Our chalets offer a classic combination of rustic but comfortable and affordable accommodation. Each chalet is en-suite and offers guests a tranquil setting alongside the Luangwa River and lagoon areas. Our main bar and restaurant caters for all tastes and is conveniently located in the centre of our camp.

Our tented camp is located beyond our campsite with magnificent views over the Luangwa River. It is perfectly set up with its own entertainment and barbecue area and a self-catering kitchen. We have five tents, all located under their own thatched roofs and each tent has a small verandah in the front with comfortable chairs, two beds and an open-air shower and toilet. We are happy to provide transport to and from the restaurant in the main camp. The campsite is complete with grassy areas, shady trees, ablution blocks with hot showers, thatched shelters, power points and a sparkling swimming pool next to a wonderful bar.

The Wildlife Bush Camp offers guests a chance to experience an overnight walking safari complete with bucket showers and meals cooked on an open fire. We offer a variety of packages; from full board including accommodation, all meals and two game activities per day, to Dinner, Bed and Breakfast or accommodation only. If you are looking for a comfortable relaxed atmosphere to enjoy the bush on a very tight budget, this is the ideal place for you to stay.
from R560

Leopard Lodge

Sleeps 18 in 6 rooms

Experience an authentic African wildlife safari in total solitude at the luxurious Kafue National Park game lodge on the banks of the Kafue...
Experience an authentic African wildlife safari in total solitude at the luxurious Kafue National Park game lodge on the banks of the Kafue River. Kafue National Park is well known for its excellent game viewing, with vast herds of antelope, lion, leopard, buffalo and elephant that are often seen around the game lodge.

Experience total solitude, being distant from any other human development, you have miles and miles of wilderness to explore without bumping into anybody. Be a part of nature and enjoy game walks through the lodge. Elephants are common visitors, antelope graze the lawns, and lion and leopard regularly find their prey here. Let our friendly staff pamper you as you relax in one of our five individual en-suite luxury chalets, or whilst you soak up the environment from the deck that extends over the Kafue River.

Stay at Leopard Lodge and explore the Kafue National Park be it game drives, birding, fishing, boat cruises, walking safaris, or simply absorbing the beauty of the game reserve. River fishing is excellent, with many fishing spots in the Kafue River offering many fish species.

Leopard Lodge is committed to responsible tourism and is dedicated to the conservation and protection of the environment, whilst creating opportunities for the local people and businesses.
from R7191

Nanzhila Plains Safari Camp

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

At Nanzhila Plains Camp we offer Africa in its true unrefined beauty. Vast and spacious, you will...
At Nanzhila Plains Camp we offer Africa in its true unrefined beauty. Vast and spacious, you will never see another vehicle on a game drive because your nearest neighbours are three hours away.

Nanzhila Plains Safari Camp is a new development located on the site of the old Nanzhila Rest Camp built in the late 1950's, in the remote and seldom visited southern sector of Kafue National Park. The area is best known for its lush woodlands of Miombo, Zambezi Teak and Mopane and the beautiful plains and the stream that runs through it, after which our lodge is named. Nanzhila Plains offers excellent opportunities to see populations of a number of antelope species, including Roan and Sable, Reedbuck, Defassa Waterbuck, Oribi, Hartebeest and Eland as well as all the major carnivores, with a particularly strong population of Wild Dog and Cheetah. The bird life is phenomenal throughout the year.

The raised, thatched boma is situated under the shade of a huge Jackelberry Tree. It houses the lounge and dining area, bar and verandah, with a stunning and elevated view of the dambo. Our communal open-air fireplace is where guests can enjoy a warm fire, a cold drink, good fellowship and the sounds of the African night.

Currently the lodge is able to accommodate up to six guests in three well-appointed thatch cottages. The cottages are spacious, have en-suite facilities with hot showers and toilets and have been tastefully decorated. We also have three en-suite safari tents that can accommodate up to six people.
from R4500

Luwi Bush Camp

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Luwi Bush Camp is a seasonal bush camp that is open from 20 May to 31 October. It is nestled under huge mahogany trees on the banks of a...
Luwi Bush Camp is a seasonal bush camp that is open from 20 May to 31 October. It is nestled under huge mahogany trees on the banks of a permanent lagoon. It is situated deep in the heart of the national park and is one of the only Luangwa safari camps to be positioned well away from the permanent waters and rich vegetation of the main river.

Due to its remote location there are not many roads in the area so activities are centred on walking safaris. This fact makes Luwi Bush Camp one of the most enthralling camps in Zambia. The wildlife in the area is prolific and to track it each day on foot is a memory that will last a lifetime. Luwi was one of the South Luangwa National Park's first remote safari camps. Norman Carr sited the camp back in the 1980's and today this camp offers guests a true walking safari and a taste of the traditional African bush experience.

Accommodation is in four huts that are made of grass and thatch with polished mud floors. Each room is designed differently utilizing trees and natural vegetation wherever possible. The design of these rooms lends the camp a rustic appeal and provides a truly African bush experience. A small thatch provides shade over the bar area and daytime meals are served in the shade of the trees whilst dinner is taken under the stars accompanied by the many sounds of the Zambian night.

There is a large lagoon adjacent to the camp that teams with hippo and crocodile. This permanent water source attracts wildlife from far and wide. With the emphasis on the use of natural materials in its construction, this camp is certainly one of the most traditional of all of the Luangwa safari camps. Typically your day will start early, around the camp fire when you will discuss the noises and animals heard through the night. Your morning walking safari is likely to take three to four hours returning you to camp in time for a hearty brunch.
from R18937

Lion Camp

Sleeps 18 in 9 rooms

Located 40 km upstream from the main Mfuwe Gate and on the banks of an oxbow lagoon which retains a small amount of water all year, the...
Located 40 km upstream from the main Mfuwe Gate and on the banks of an oxbow lagoon which retains a small amount of water all year, the lodge looks out onto open grassland. By day the plain is frequented by grazing mammals and by night it becomes a hunting ground for lions.

Lion Camp has just nine canvas Thatch Chalets accommodating a maximum of 18 guests. Built on raised wooden platforms, they are linked to each other and the main area by a raised wooden boardwalk. Each chalet has either a four-poster king-size bed or twin beds, and a walk-in mosquito net. They are all en-suite with a shower and toilet, and have private decks overlooking the open plain.

In the absence of fences, game move freely through the lodge grounds. Elephant, hippo, bushbuck and other antelope are regularly seen within the confines of the camp and there are healthy populations of lion, leopard, buffalo and giraffe in the immediate area.
from R9809
Royal Chundu Zambezi River Lodge offers guests a true sense of luxury along the banks of the...
Royal Chundu Zambezi River Lodge offers guests a true sense of luxury along the banks of the Zambezi River.

Royal Chundu has two separate lodges. The River Lodge offers 10 suites; the suites have king-size beds with mosquito nets and double showers. The suites are air-conditioned and have fans for the hotter days. There are large dressing rooms and the units are equipped with hairdryers and tea and coffee facilities. The lodge has an infinity swimming pool, a boma, a library and conferencing facilities. The public areas have Wi-Fi access, cellphone reception and satellite TV.

The Island Lodge has four Ultimate Villas which have king-size, extra-length beds with mosquito nets. The villas are air-conditioned and have fans. The spacious units have dressing rooms, dressing tables and writing desks. The villas are also equipped with hairdryers and tea and coffee facilities. Island Lodge has an infinity pool, a boma and two lounge areas. There are formal dining areas as well as private dining decks ensuring a private and exclusive experience. An open-air bath is the ideal spot to relax and rejuvenate in nature. The public spaces have Wi-Fi access and cellphone reception.

The lodge offers a daily sunset cruise which meanders along the 15 km stretch of private river enabling guests to enjoy picture perfect sunsets. The floating spa is the ideal place for guests to relax and enjoy some natural treatments. The lodge also offers authentic tribal village walks, birding safaris, canoe trips, and fishing trips. Alternatively guests can visit Victoria Falls and the Chobe National Park.

The rate is inclusive of all meals and tea and coffee, drinks, excluding premium brands, return transfer from Livingstone International Airport and transfers, a daily sundowner river cruise, a statutory 10% service charge as well as various internal activities such as cruises, birding safaris, fishing, canoeing, Victoria Falls walking tour, village walk and community tour, extra meals and transfers.
from R10627

Chiawa Camp

Sleeps 24 in 9 rooms

The family-owned and operated Chiawa Camp in the incredible Lower Zambezi National Park is Zambia's premier luxury safari camp and offers...
The family-owned and operated Chiawa Camp in the incredible Lower Zambezi National Park is Zambia's premier luxury safari camp and offers unusually varied activities such as game drives, walking, canoeing, boating and angling in the company of Africa's finest guides. Indulge in attentive yet unpretentious, personalised service, fabulous cuisine and fantastic tents with spectacular views of the Zambezi and its resident wildlife. All this in a beautiful setting with leopards, lions, elephants, hippos and other wildlife as your neighbours. Along with Chiawa's renowned dedication to its guests, staff, local communities and conservation, share in Chiawa's passion and experience so that you can enjoy one of Africa's very finest safari camps and the wildlife adventure of a lifetime.

Chiawa Camp blends in effortlessly with its idyllic surroundings and provides a retreat which guests are invited to make their home away from home, where guests receive the friendliest of welcomes, the biggest of smiles and where guests, who leave as friends to return time and again, experience the very best in Africa.

On the banks of the Zambezi River, under a grove of evergreen Mahogany trees, Chiawa Camp holds the prime position in the heart of Zambia’s Lower Zambezi National Park. A stunning thatched lounge and bar area with upstairs viewing deck provides one of the best views of the Zambezi whilst after enjoying Chiawa’s renowned cuisine on the alfresco dining veranda; one can relax by the open camp fire with a cocktail in hand to reminisce of the day's adventures before retiring to the tents, each a sanctuary of luxury and peace to dream about what tomorrow may bring.

The tents all have timber floors and verandas with excellent views and are accessed by paths running behind them to maximise privacy. All share ample comforts, conveniences and unexpected luxuries such as 24-hour lighting and charging facilities, hot and cold running water, king-size beds, Egyptian cotton linen, his-and-hers washbasins, indoor and outdoor showers and ball-and-claw baths complemented by Molton Brown amenities. These tents set a new standard for Zambia in bush-luxury; however they still retain the rustic and unpretentious feel that Chiawa is so well loved for. Tents VII, VIII and IX all overlook the ‘dry riverbed’ with quartering views of the Zambezi River whereas Tents I and VI face the Zambezi directly

Chiawa Camp is renowned for its excellent cuisine, oft described as an Afro/Euro fusion, in which even the most demanding palates are catered for. Chiawa’s imaginative executive chefs ensure meals are of the highest standard, that they are prepared with the freshest of ingredients and with the utmost of care.
from R33787
Sanctuary Chichele Presidential Lodge is an historic game lodge set in amongst lush primeval forest...
Sanctuary Chichele Presidential Lodge is an historic game lodge set in amongst lush primeval forest and provides panoramic views across the game-rich valleys of South Luangwa National Park.

This lodge's quality furnishings and discreet service provide the necessary level of comfort expected by the discerning traveller. This property was recently carefully restored to maintain the original colonial style. A majestic arched entrance leads you into a huge colonial-style lounge and outside the grand dining room, a long veranda stretches with views down the valley to the Luangwa River. The main area features a comfortable lounge, intimate fireplace and bar area.

Before leaving for an early morning game drive to maximise game viewing before the heat sets in, a continental breakfast is served. One of Chef Roy's specialities is his famous Chichele eggs benedict, a must for all who visit the lodge. Lunch can be enjoyed back at the lodge, or alternatively our staff can arrange a bush lunch in a special selected location for you.
from R13896

Kaazmein Lodge & Resort

5 Reviews
Sleeps 64 in 31 rooms

With 14 acres of bushland right in Livingstone, this unique place will offer you a variety of accommodation options with a lovely...
With 14 acres of bushland right in Livingstone, this unique place will offer you a variety of accommodation options with a lovely difference. The property has a lot of space with beautiful palm trees with bird- and wildlife.

The fantastic landscape features waterfalls, a lake, fountains and winding streams making this the ideal place to relax and unwind from the busy city life. There are unique thatched double storey self-contained chalets and fully equipped hotel-style rooms.

Safaris and walks can be arranged into the Musio Tunya Game Park, as well as safaris into the Chobe National Park in Botswana. Kaazmein staff will arrange any activities around Livingstone and the Victoria Falls including bungee jumping, gorge swings, abseiling, kayaking, surfing and rafting.
from R1500

Three Cities Thorntree Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 18 in 9 rooms

Thorntree Lodge lies on the banks of the Zambezi River, within the Mosi oa Tunya National Park and...
Thorntree Lodge lies on the banks of the Zambezi River, within the Mosi oa Tunya National Park and is 15 km from the Zambian side of Victoria Falls. Its unique position within the national park allows for a wide range of activities including sunset cruises and drives.

A centrally situated lounge and dining area set right on the edge of the Zambezi River, enjoy superb river views. The lodge has seven standard rooms and two honeymoon suites. Each stone and thatch lodge has its own en-suite bathroom facilities and a private riverside balcony, which overlooks the Zambezi River.

Thorntree is also home to a family of domesticated African elephant and offer morning and afternoon elephant safaris. Rates include all meals, local drinks and selected in house activities.
from R9137
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