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Mfuwe Lodge

Sleeps 36 in 18 rooms

Mfuwe Lodge is a safari lodge set in the most prolific game area of the South Luangwa. The perfect place to enjoy excellent game viewing...
Mfuwe Lodge is a safari lodge set in the most prolific game area of the South Luangwa. The perfect place to enjoy excellent game viewing and recharge your batteries. Set inside the park, just five minutes’ drive from the main gate, the lodge’s allure is instantly obvious. Beneath a canopy of ebony and mahogany, its thatched buildings are arranged around the banks of two lagoons where an endless stream of wildlife will keep you enthralled as you lounge on the open deck or take a dip in the swimming pool. This region of the park is renowned for its prolific game such as giraffe, buffalo, antelope and crocodile which are constant visitors to Mfuwe Lodge’s lagoon, whilst in November the local elephants regularly wander right through the lobby. Whether you stay overnight, or just have lunch en route to a bush camp, Mfuwe Lodge’s relaxed charm and enviable surroundings make it the perfect stopover. Mfuwe Lodge also offers you the chance to relax at its Bush Spa or buy a few mementos of your time in Zambia at our curio shop. We offer 18 thatched chalets from where you can enjoy your own private piece of Africa. Secluded covered verandahs look out over wallowing hippo’s and thirsty game in the lagoons, while the newly refurbished African interiors are the perfect place to wind down with their comfortable sitting rooms and en-suite bathrooms with walk-in showers. Walking safaris can be arranged on request, but the majority of outings are game drives, allowing guests to explore as much of this prolific region of the Luangwa Valley as possible. Drives are led by our experienced team of guides, setting out at first light, and then again in the late afternoon when the wildlife is at its most active. After sundowners, spotlights are used to pick out a new cast of nocturnal creatures.
from R3900

Bushbuck River House

10 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 6 rooms

Bushbuck River House is set in 105 acres of bush on the banks of the Zambezi and is the first property beyond the Mosi-oa-Tunya National...
Bushbuck River House is set in 105 acres of bush on the banks of the Zambezi and is the first property beyond the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park boundary. The house is an owner run traditional Zambian farm house, which has been renovated and thatched to a high standard. All rooms in the main house are en-suite and there is a swimming pool, pool boma and tree house/viewing platform overlooking the river. Located approximately 16km from the centre of town the house gives easy access to Livingstone and the Victoria Falls, whilst also providing a tranquil and secure setting. Because the property is bounded by both the National Park and the Zambezi River there are frequent sightings of bushbuck, waterbuck, elephant, hippo, duiker, buffalo, cape clawless otter, vervet monkey and baboon. Night sightings have included spotted genet, scrub hare, thick tailed bush baby and porcupine. A recent bird survey listed over 180 species. If you enjoy walking there is plenty of opportunity to do so, both on the farm itself and, if water levels are low, on one of the nearby islands in the Zambezi. Accommodation can be on a bed and breakfast, half board or full board basis. The evening meal is a three course set meal and food is freshly prepared and home cooked. Whenever possible we use produce from our own organic garden and orchard, but sometimes the elephants and monkeys get there first. Outside the main house we have one bedroom situated over a studio in the orchard. This room is next to the outside washrooms and has balcony views over both the river and the bush. Meals can be taken at the main house or you can self cater. 
from R2320

Waterberry Zambezi

Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

From the tranquillity of the wilderness to the 'smoke that thunders', that is Waterberry Zambezi Lodge. 22 km from Livingstone and just a...
From the tranquillity of the wilderness to the 'smoke that thunders', that is Waterberry Zambezi Lodge. 22 km from Livingstone and just a 40 minute drive to the incredible Victoria Falls, in a breathtaking, peaceful position on the banks of the spectacular Zambezi River, Waterberry is perfect for exploring the region. There is a variety of well-appointed and comfortable accommodation in double, twin or single rooms in thatched cottages with private bathrooms. These are grouped around the main lodge area and its swimming pool. Apart from visiting the glorious Victoria Falls guests can participate in the wide range of activities available at the lodge and in Livingstone, and can travel into neighbouring Botswana and Zimbabwe including to Chobe and Hwange National Parks. Waterberry’s activities include cultural activities to Maramba market, used by the locals, and a trip to the nearby village, home to many of the lodge staff). After all the action, guests can simply relax at Waterberry, on the sun deck, in the bar or round the pool. They also offer island picnics, sunset cruises and barbeques cooked under the stars. Hippo and elephant are regular visitors to Waterberry, especially at dusk, and keen-eyed birders can add to their long list of bird sightings.
from R9377

City Lodge Lusaka

Sleeps 14 in 8 rooms

City Lodge Lusaka is an up-market guest house conveniently located in the heart of Lusaka. The accommodation is ideal for individual...
City Lodge Lusaka is an up-market guest house conveniently located in the heart of Lusaka. The accommodation is ideal for individual travellers and groups, whether for business or leisure. There are eight rooms to choose from; two Single Rooms, five Double Rooms and one Twin Room. All the rooms are air-conditioned and include a fridge, a TV with DStv, a safe and have Wi-Fi access. The Four Seasons Bistro on the premises was voted best new restaurant for 2014. The menu comprises a selection of meals made with fresh, locally produced ingredients. The lodge also includes a sports bar and swimming pool.
from R3179

Bayama's Lodge, Pub & Grill

Sleeps 15 in 6 rooms

Bayama’s Lodge, Pub & Grill targets the market niche of personalized, high-quality accommodation...
Bayama’s Lodge, Pub & Grill targets the market niche of personalized, high-quality accommodation and tourism services. Located in the heart of Mpika, you will find the right service you're looking for. Our spacious new restaurant offers traditional and international meals, as well as snacks. Each Cottage is equipped with a spacious bathroom consisting of a toilet and hot shower. The main room of each unit offers a double bed; additional beds are available on request; a TV, wardrobe, sitting area and office desk. Your individual veranda gives you the opportunity to relax and enjoy the barbecue facilities located in a lush and natural setting. Additional units include the two budget Double Rooms which are fully equipped and economically orientated for travellers.
from R477

The Greens Lodge

Sleeps 22 in 8 rooms

The Greens Lodge is located in Solwezi, which is the capital of the North-Western Province of Zambia. This area is predominantly known for...
The Greens Lodge is located in Solwezi, which is the capital of the North-Western Province of Zambia. This area is predominantly known for its copper mining. It is also an ideal stopover location for people travelling from Lusaka or Kafue. The Greens Lodge is a lovely thatched-roof lodge. Accommodation is offered in comfortable self-catering chalets and rooms. Each unit features Wi-Fi internet access and full DStv. There is a central braai area, with a dart board and wooden picnic table and benches. An airport shuttle service is available on request.
from R1000

Pioneer Lodge

2 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 10 rooms

Pioneer Lodge is situated in a beautiful safari-style environment, within easy distance of Lusaka International Airport. The lodge has...
Pioneer Lodge is situated in a beautiful safari-style environment, within easy distance of Lusaka International Airport. The lodge has lovely décor and genuine hospitality, making the most of every holiday moment. The staff are friendly and polite, and will endeavor to make guests' stay as comfortable and relaxed as possible. There are nine individual thatched chalets and a beautiful two-bedroom cottage available. The chalets range from simple, stylish comfort to the highest levels of luxury expected. All the chalets are en-suite and have verandas with woodland views and are very private. The lodge is set within 25 acres of miombo woodland, providing good bird spotting. There is a nice recreational area with a swimming pool and a residents-only bar and restaurant.
from R2543

Flatdogs Camp

Sleeps 53 in 21 rooms

Flatdogs Camp is an excellent, affordable, owner-managed safari camp overlooking the Luangwa River in the South Luangwa National Park. ...
Flatdogs Camp is an excellent, affordable, owner-managed safari camp overlooking the Luangwa River in the South Luangwa National Park. With a choice between chalets, authentic African safari tents and the exclusive Jackal-berry Tree house, Flatdogs is ideal for families, couples, honeymooners, friends travelling together, first time explorers and safari addicts. Flatdogs guests can drive themselves to the camp, or else fly into Mfuwe Airport and start their safari from there. The a la carte restaurant is unique in the safari world, allowing guests to choose their meals each day instead of being served a set menu sitting with all the other guests. Flatdogs is one of the few family- friendly camps in the Luangwa and children are welcome year round. There are comfortable family chalets, a great pool and children’s menu in the restaurant with flexible serving times and a babysitting and listening service. The South Luangwa offers a safari experience unmatched by any other destination, allowing year-round access, open game viewing vehicles, walking safaris, and night drives. The quality of our safari-guiding is second to none, with all our professional guides passing the challenging guiding exam here to prove that they have excellent knowledge of the mammals, birds and flora found in this area. The flexible, professional approach of the rest of the staff along with our enthusiastic and knowledgeable safari guides creates the ultimate safari experience in what is the most exciting National Park in Zambia.
from R4488

Royal Kutachika Lodge

Sleeps 20 in 10 rooms

Royal Kutachika Lodge offers comfortable accommodation in English thatched-roof suites, raised on separate platforms and overlooks the...
Royal Kutachika Lodge offers comfortable accommodation in English thatched-roof suites, raised on separate platforms and overlooks the mighty Zambezi River. There are 10 en-suite units available with private patio areas, sleeping two guests in each. All the suites are equipped with fridges, tea and coffee facilities, flat-screen TVs with DStv, ceiling fans, mosquito nets and safes. The Zambezi is the fourth longest river in Africa, and the largest flowing into the Indian Ocean from Africa. The Zambezi's most noted feature is Victoria Falls. Other notable falls include the Chavuma Falls at the border between Zambia and Angola, and Ngonye Falls near Sioma in Western Zambia.
from R954

Lakeview Chalets

Sleeps 17 in 4 rooms

Set along the banks of Lake Kariba, Lakeview Chalets offers a memorable holiday destination to guests. It is an ideal option for couples...
Set along the banks of Lake Kariba, Lakeview Chalets offers a memorable holiday destination to guests. It is an ideal option for couples or groups visiting this beautiful part of Sinazongwe in Zambia. This lovely lodge has three comfortably furnished units, of which each can accommodate up to five guests. There is also a private suite ideal for couples. As the name suggests, these chalets and the suite offer stunning views of the lake. Guests can start their day off with a delicious breakfast before exploring the surrounding area. Activities include fishing and birdwatching. Guests can also appreciate views of the variety of game roaming around the area.
from R1494

Tasha Lodge and Tours

Sleeps 34 in 10 rooms

Tasha Lodge and Tours is set just off Lusaka Road in Livingstone, Zambia. Guests have the luxury of booking their tours at the on-site tour...
Tasha Lodge and Tours is set just off Lusaka Road in Livingstone, Zambia. Guests have the luxury of booking their tours at the on-site tour company, Tasha Travel & Tours. Here guests have a range of activities to choose from including, helicopter tours, bungee jumping, and lion encounters. There are 12 self-contained rooms in the lodge. Ten of these rooms are double rooms and then there are two family rooms which can accommodate up to five guests each. Each of the rooms have private bathrooms, televisions with DStv connections, bar fridges and tea and coffee facilities. Guests are welcome to use the Wi-Fi Internet access available throughout the lodge. The lodge has a swimming pool and a baby pool. The rooms are serviced daily and laundry facilities are available on request.
from R1271

Royal Jacob Safari Lodge

Sleeps 40 in 20 rooms

Royal Jacob Safari Lodge is located just outside Lusaka, in the Kabangwe area and off The Great North Road. The lodge is set in a quiet...
Royal Jacob Safari Lodge is located just outside Lusaka, in the Kabangwe area and off The Great North Road. The lodge is set in a quiet and natural environment, away from the city noise. There are 20 spacious rooms available with en-suite bathrooms. The rooms are equipped with mosquito nets, bar fridges, TVs with DStv access, telephones and Internet connection. Facilities include 24-hour wireless Internet, credit card facilities, a conference room, a bar with a wide range of beverages and a restaurant with local- and international dishes. Airport transfers can be arranged on request, as well as trips to the Victoria Falls.
from R477

Ndole Bay Lodge

Sleeps 40 in 11 rooms

The endless shoreline of Sumbu National Park offers a haven to wildlife, while the crystal clear blue waters teem with an unparalleled...
The endless shoreline of Sumbu National Park offers a haven to wildlife, while the crystal clear blue waters teem with an unparalleled diversity of cichlids as well as the giant Nile perch. In the heart of the Rift Valley, the opportunities for discovery and adventure, beauty and relaxation, are as endless as African time itself. Nestled amongst lush tropical vegetation opening onto its own exclusive beach, Ndole Bay Lodge offers visitors a singular African experience on the shores of a unique lake. Ndole Bay Lodge is built on a fantastically forested slope ending in our own private beach. All rooms are built mostly from natural materials, with thatched roofs and breezy designs. Discreetly set amongst lush tropical gardens and towering fig trees, the lodge is virtually invisible to the outside world. A massive central thatched area acts as a dining room, reading area and bar. The fully stocked bar serves a range of local and international beers, wines and spirits, while our signature Ndole cocktails make good times at the wooden bar unforgettable. Comfortable couches, a dart board and other games make festivities a must before retiring to the beach for a moonlit nightcap, and a large swimming pool near the bar area allows cool dips between serious relaxation. A large wooden deck is situated right over the lake, providing a shaded recluse strewn with hammocks and sunbeds. Spend the whole day reading, sun tanning, swimming and snoozing. Steps off the deck lead straight into the crystal clear waters of the lake, so don’t forget your mask and snorkel. Delicious freshly prepared meals are available from our kitchen, with an emphasis on local produce and fresh fish from the lake; Tanganyika fish is internationally regarded as being among the finest eating anywhere. Any dietary requirements are easily catered for, please advise us upon your reservation. Our hospitality will make you wish time really would stop.
from R5594
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 R16211

Shackletons

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Shackletons Upper Zambezi Lodge is situated in southwestern Zambia on the upper Zambezi River near the village of Mwandi, meaning a place...
Shackletons Upper Zambezi Lodge is situated in southwestern Zambia on the upper Zambezi River near the village of Mwandi, meaning a place of plenty fish. Shackletons provides access to 130 km of the Upper Zambezi River, called God’s Highway by David Livingstone. Shackletons is open all-year round, even when the Zambezi floods its banks each year to form the Zambezi floodplains. The lodge accommodates 12 people in thatched, en-suite chalets with private teak decks overlooking the Zambezi. The swimming pool, sundowner deck, lounge, open dining area and firepit provide guests with unparalleled vistas of the upper Zambezi River. Shackletons is a premier venue for spin, lure and fly anglers of all levels to fish for trophy tigerfish, bream, tilapia and catfish. Shackletons is home to over 300 bird species that can be spotted at the lodge or by boat along the river banks and in the tranquil river channels. At Shackletons you, your family and your friends will be totally spoilt by the exciting fishing, the pristine waters of the mighty upper Zambezi River, the abundant bird life, the peace and tranquillity of the lodge, the Zambian culture, and the unsurpassed friendly hospitality of the Shackletons people.
from R4390

Munga Eco-Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 20 in 5 rooms

Munga Eco-Lodge is located on the main route heading out of Livingstone towards the world famous Victoria Falls. The lodge has many...
Munga Eco-Lodge is located on the main route heading out of Livingstone towards the world famous Victoria Falls. The lodge has many innovative features for the cultural enthusiasts and the environmentally-conscious tourist. The luxury chalets are built with sustainability in mind. Each building is made of rammed earth walls and thatched roofs, and are surrounded by a natural bird-filled canopy of thickets, trees and grasses. There are four chalets for couples and one for a family. The communal boma area includes a lounge with a fireplace, a library, bar and restaurant. The restaurants is the perfect place to savour quality Zambian cuisine as well as international dishes made with fresh organic products. The natural swimming pool is set amidst a pleasant water-garden with lilly pads and no chemicals are added to the pool.
from R720

Mu-fungata Safari Lodge

Sleeps 26 in 9 rooms

Resting on the banks of the Kafue River and nestled deep within the rugged beauty of Kafue National Park, Mu-fungata Safari Lodge lies like...
Resting on the banks of the Kafue River and nestled deep within the rugged beauty of Kafue National Park, Mu-fungata Safari Lodge lies like an oasis in the natural splendour of this scenic part of Zambia. This beautiful lodge has nine unique rooms, of which all have distinct African-inspired décor designed to help guests truly feel part of nature. There are a variety of room layouts to cater to couples, families or groups of friends. Guests can start the morning with a delicious breakfast to accompany a stunning sunrise. Activities to be enjoyed include walking safaris and game drives to name a few. Guests will not be disappointed by the abundance of bird- and wild life all around. The more active guest can enjoy some fishing along the river banks. After a day of adventure and new discoveries, return to the cool comfort of the lodge to have a scrumptious dinner. End the evening off with a refreshing sundowner while listening to the sounds of nocturnal nature all around. Finally, watch twilight darken the night and reveal a clear and star-filled African sky.
from R4768

Mayukuyuku Bushcamp

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Mayukuyuku Camp is one of those places that just feels right. The camp is located on the southern edge of the Northern Sector of Kafue...
Mayukuyuku Camp is one of those places that just feels right. The camp is located on the southern edge of the Northern Sector of Kafue National Park, just 8 km from the Mongu road, giving it year-round access. The large shady trees, the river boulders and rock formations make relaxing days all the more enjoyable, especially lying in a hammock with sundowners in hand. But the area is rich in wildlife, so game viewing is a major attraction. The guestbook is brimming with sightings, especially lions and leopards, with regular views of wild dog too, and excellent birding. Part Zambian owned, Mayukuyuku has adopted an eco-friendly, community focused approach to tourism, to considerable success. With just four tents, it has just the right mix of rustic charm, fabulous hospitality and exclusivity to make a stay here really special. Situated close to the banks of the Kafue River, alongside a lightly wooded treeline, Mayukuyuku has magnificent views, both up and downstream.
from R12714

Ruby Golf View Lodge

Sleeps 52 in 11 rooms

Ruby Golf View Lodge offers accommodation with an ethnic ambience. Attention to detail and true Zambian hospitality, will charm guests and...
Ruby Golf View Lodge offers accommodation with an ethnic ambience. Attention to detail and true Zambian hospitality, will charm guests and leave them with a true sense of real beauty and warmth. All chalets are fitted with en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning and patios with lovely views. A wonderful alternative to enjoy the African outdoors is the boma that is perfect for team building and special occasions. Authentic African meals are served, and guests are provided with blankets for chilly winter evenings around the boma fire. This lodge is the ideal venue for upmarket conferences, special functions or product launches. The conference rooms are complete with state of the art conference facilities, seat between 10 to 220 delegates.
from R1271

Old Mondoro Camp

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Owned and operated by the Cumings family of Chiawa Camp repute, the concept of Old Mondoro is simple, to provide guests with an authentic,...
Owned and operated by the Cumings family of Chiawa Camp repute, the concept of Old Mondoro is simple, to provide guests with an authentic, intimate safari that concentrates on the wildlife and bush experience while not forgoing any creature comforts or service. Old Mondoro offers some of the most prolific leopard sightings to be had in Africa, no one could want for more. With only eight beds, Old Mondoro is the Lower Zambezi National Park's most intimate and private safari camp, exuding charm and charisma like nowhere else. Overlooking a maze of hippo-inhabited islands from a grove of Acacia trees that tower above the massive elephant bulls that seem to be constantly feeding on them, this is perhaps the most beautiful site in the Lower Zambezi National Park and certainly one of the most remote. For those wanting a premier Lower Zambezi safari in a small camp with all comforts and a fabulous guiding team, inside the national park, look no further than Old Mondoro. Appropriately constructed of canvas and natural materials, Old Mondoro has an open and adventurous feel, providing a perfect retreat after a day filled with excitement in the bush and yet where much of the action will happen right in front of you. At night canvas blinds are rolled down and secured although with the night chorus you are assured of never feeling too cosseted or cut off from the action. Each room also has a shaded timber sun deck complete with comfy daybed for relaxation with the very best of views.
from R22250

Zambia

Zambia Lodge Accommodation
Zambia is home to the spectacular Victoria Falls along the Zambezi River, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It is known locally as the "Smoke that Thunders" due to the masses of spray sent flying up into the air.

The wild Zambezi River is ideal for the adventurous to try white water rafting, canoeing safaris, river surfing, bungi jumping and tiger fishing.

Zambia is known for it's walking safari's, where you can see big game and abundant birdlife in the raw, pulsating wilderness. Almost one-third of the country is made up of national parks and game reserves.

There are many places to see besides the Victoria Falls: Lake Kariba for houseboating excursions, Lake Tanganyika, the Chimp Sanctuary, Shiwa Ngandu - an old colonial manor house that is now a hotel surrounded by a private game reserve and hot springs, Lake Bangweulu, Livingstone Memorial, Lake Mweru which is surrounded by fishing villages, and offers a glimpse at rural village life. There are also numerous monuments, museums and art galleries to visit.

The Zambezi River is an angler’s dream, as fishermen travel from all over the world, hoping to land a toothy tigerfish or the rare, giant vundu. Avid birderwatchers also flock to Zambia to glimpse its fabulous diversity of birds, expecially the Chaplin’s barbets.

Distances between major towns and attractions are large, but for many, this is part of Zambia’s appeal. Feel a part of the real Africa, and take back with you the raw feel of true adventure.
Zambia is home to the spectacular Victoria Falls along the Zambezi River, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It is known locally as the "Smoke that Thunders" due to the masses of spray sent flying up into the air.

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