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About Gache Gache Lodge

Gache Gache Lodge offers a true wilderness experience. Situated across Lake Kariba, the Gache Gache Lodge is the perfect place to immerse oneself in the pleasures of Kariba. Surrounded by big game, a variety of bird life and magnificent sunsets, your visit to Gache Gache Lodge will be a wonderful experience.

If it is a total break you need, just relax around the swimming pool and soak up the splendor of the Zimbabwe sunshine. Otherwise, let our professional guide take you by boat along the shores of the lake, where you can experience close encounters with hippo, crocodile and elephant. You can also choose a game drive in our open vehicle and to add to your excitement, you may be able to follow on foot if you find lion or elephant spoor.

For the keen fishermen, the ultimate catch is the tiger fish, Africa’s finest fighting fish. Also abundant in Lake Kariba is a variety of other species, including the great tasting Tilapia/bream. Eat what you catch.

The open-sided main building houses the dining room, bar and bar lounge, all with panoramic views of the lake. Three wholesome meals a day, plus morning and afternoon teas are included in the price. Experience our famous ‘dinner under the stars’ one evening, in the bush. Accommodation consists of 10 ethnic chalets, each with en-suite facilities and private verandas and again, each with a view of the lake. We also have 2 tented family rooms with a double bed and bunk beds in each.

  • Response Time: 58 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Safari
  • Sleeps: 38
  • Check-in: 11:00 AM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM


  • Swimming Pool

Languages Spoken

  • English

Gache Gache Lodge Rooms

Gache Gache Lodge Map

Gache Gache Lodge is 30.5km from the centre of Kariba , the nearest airport 165.6km (Kenneth Kaunda International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling