Description: Matobo National Park was awarded Unesco World Heritage Status. A large population of black and white rhinoceros are breeding successfully. We offer activities like bush walks, pony trails, fishing, boating, game viewing and hiking. There are self-catering and camping facilities.
Description: Set in a beautiful African environment on the banks of the Zambezi River, it offers self-catering chalets in the Primeval Wildernes.We also have camping sites available.
Description: We offer self-catering accommodation. There are also various campsites in the park. Picnic sites, game viewing, bird watching, fishing, walking safaris, water pans and waterfalls are on offer.
Description: remote and small camp lies within the National Park and enjoys a stunning location on a sweeping bend of the Luangwa River.A grove of mahogany trees shade the large custom-made tents. From the thatched dining room and bar, guests can watch the elephants, hippo and antelope on the river banks. Near by there is a spectacular lagoon, Buca Buca, where a whole morning can be spent quietly sitting while the game comes down to feed and drink. With the camp being remote and small, we have these scenes to ourselves.
Description: Kaazmein offers unique accommodation in hotel style rooms, thatched chalets, honeymoon suite chalet, camping space for budget accommodation, with facilities for over-landers and backpackers. Fantastic landscape features with waterfalls, a lake with fish, and winding streams make this a place well worth staying at while you enjoy the activities around the Victoria Falls.
Description: Come and make yourself at home at Livingstone Safari Lodge in one of our large individual bush cabins, where the peace and quiet is guaranteed. Here the serenity of the bush promotes deep and restful sleep in our generous sized beds, with high quality mattresses, duvets & mosquito nets.Your bedroom has a large en-suite bathroom with a spacious bath, separate shower and an extra (private) outdoor shower, accessible from your bathroom. Our lodges all have hot & cold running water and electricity at 220 Volt. We have our own fresh water supply. Public and private campsites are also available.
Description: MUTEMWA LODGE - Nowhere near a bush lodge near you... Tucked away along the banks of the mighty Zambezi River in Western Zambia lies a place of serene beauty and splendor. Awake to the quiet rush of water as the Zambezi spreads its banks a kilometer wide beneath your patio or simply relax under the shade of indigenous trees and enjoy some of Southern Africa's;s finest bird watching. Of course, adventure is never far off and the lodge offers guests Tiger and Bream fishing, specific bird watching expeditions as well as tours to nearby cultural and scenic destinations. No stay at Mutemwa would be complete without a sunset cruise followed by a dinner of authentic African cuisine in the boma, around a roaring campfire. Each of Mutemwa Lodge's six luxury bush tents boast an en-suite bathroom and private deck. Packages are all inclusive of all meals and activities.
Description: Tongabezi Lodge is a uniquely designed, luxurious and romantic lodge on the banks of the Zambezi River upstream of the Victoria Falls. It offers the perfect retreat for honeymooners and lovers of wildlife. Each of the houses is built with romance and indulgence in mind. Your private balcony overlooking the river is the perfect setting for a romantic dinner under the stars, or you can choose to dine with our other guests on one of the river decks. We have five river cottages situated along the river bank. Each has a large double bed or two singles, mosquito net, en-suite bath and shower, and both indoor and outdoor areas for relaxing, dining and enjoying the expansive river views.
Description: The Zambezi Sun is a 212-room hotel appealing primarily to families and conference delegates. The guest rooms acknowledge their African roots in the deep rich red earth colour of the rounded planes of its walls. In the early evening the dark outline of the hotel is set against iridescent curls of smoky vapour that dance above its roofline. This 3-star hotel features adobe-style architecture. Simple finishes highlight bright mosaics and fabrics and the intoxicating environment is characterised by ethnic wall stencils, timber and plaster ceilings, Zambian artworks and accessories. It is constructed in a series of eight buildings, consisting of the guest rooms, a central pavilion of restaurants and a fabulous convention centre.
Description: Kafunta River Lodge is set in riverside forest on the banks of the Luangwa River, overlooking the South Luangwa National Park. Kafunta's accommodation is of the highest standard in the valley. Our 8 private chalets are built on raised wooden platforms under a thatched roof, the mahogany floors and walls give a natural beauty to the luxurious interiors, which are of unmatched standard. Central to the chalets is the spacious bar and dining area. Built around a semi-evergreen wild mango tree and thatched in the traditional style, it offers panoramic views over the Luangwa River and the South Luangwa National Park. Great game viewing and bird watching from the lodge is guaranteed.
Description: MFUWE LODGE is a unique lodge situated in the South Luangwa National Park with 18 luxury en-suite thatched chalets, each with a private decking area that overlooks a lagoon that attracts abundant wildlife and game from the African bush. Elephants visit the lodge regularly. Each chalet is decorated with superb attention to detail and is equipped with everything from refrigerator to shampoo and mosquito repellent. Dinner is sometimes served by lamplight on the poolside deck overlooking the lagoon. Game drives and walks are conducted by an experienced and knowledgeable team of guides. Guests set off at first light or in the late afternoon when the wildlife is most active.
Description: Mfuwe is a unique lodge situated in the South Luangwa National Park with 18 luxury en-suite thatched chalets, each with a private decking area that overlooks a lagoon that attracts abundant wildlife and game from the African bush. Accommodation is provided in 18 open-plan chalets, each with en-suite bathroom. One third of each chalet's perimeter can be opened, to allow the guest to enjoy the views, the sounds, the scents and the mood of the African wilderness. Each chalet has a large private deck overlooking one of the lagoon. The bathrooms have both bath and shower, with separate toilet. The bathing corner can be completely opened to offer guests an open-air bathing experience. Five Chalets are suites with an elevated sleeping area, to allow space for a double bed, and increased lounging area.