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About Tiger Fish Lodge

Tiger Fish Lodge is a large private lodge situated in the Msuna Resort, overlooking the Zambezi River. The lodge is ideal for family groups or friends wanting to have a relaxing holiday break soaking up the sun with a bit of fishing on the side. The lodge is fully equipped and staffed with a chef and a bedroom-hand to attend to your every need.

Fish Eagle Lodge Msuna Resort offers two air-conditioned bedrooms downstairs and a dormitory arrangement upstairs with adequate bathrooms. A large outdoor dining area on the veranda can seat up to 14 people, with the kitchen and lounge area located indoors. In addition, a private swimming pool and pontoon are reserved exclusively for lodge guests.

  • Response Rate: 71%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 121 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Self-catering
  • Sleeps: 14
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM

Facilities

  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • No Credit Card Facilities

Languages Spoken

  • English
* Please enquire for further details.

Important Information

All bookings must be pre-paid in full before date of travel. Contact details are required in case clients get lost or are delayed.

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Tiger Fish Lodge is 0.4km from the centre of Msuna , the nearest airport 106.4km (Victoria Falls International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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