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Royal Zambezi Lodge is on the edge of the Lower Zambezi National Park, just across the river from Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe. It combines outstanding hospitality with nature's most amazing creations. With their thatch roofs, the buildings boast natural but sophisticated furnishings and luxurious details.
The Royal Zambezi award-winning luxury bush spa, situated close to the Lower Zambezi National Park, is built on top of a high anthill overlooking the mighty Zambezi River. Treatments take place on the deck, or inside the minimalist (but air-conditioned) treatment room. The Royal Zambezi is the only safari lodge on the river with a spa.
Royal Zambezi Lodge is home to large herds of elephant and buffalo. It also offers frequent lion and leopard sightings. The qualified guides come with over 50 years of experience in the Lower Zambezi valley. There are various activities offered on safari to satisfy different interests, including birding safaris, photographic safaris, and game drives.
At the Royal Zambezi Lodge expert guides lead fishing excursions on new, fully-fitted aluminum boats. Guests new to fishing or fly fishing have the chance to receive instruction and assistance. Rods, tackle, and flies are provided although fishing enthusiasts are welcome to bring their own. All fishing is on a catch and release basis.
Royal Zambezi Lodge offers seat-in-plane charter flights to connect all travellers from Lusaka and Livingstone to any destination in the Lower Zambezi National Park, and Royal Zambezi Lodge itself. Land at the tarred Royal Airstrip. Royal Zambezi Lodge guests will be met by guides for the short drive to the lodge and other passengers will need to make their own transfer arrangements.
Mvuu Lodge Zambia offers luxurious accommodation with a choice of 11 luxurious tents and 7 campsites. All accommodation comes with superb amenities to make for a comfortable stay. The lodge has three self-catering tents and all tents are fully equipped with fresh beddings, mosquito nets and many more.
In places like Zambia, where humans and wildlife coexist and fend for space and natural resources on a daily basis, providing support to the community forms a key component of wildlife protection. This is especially true for the areas surrounding the Lower Zambezi National Park.
The waters that surround Mvuu Lodge Zambia are the perfect habitat for many species of fish such as Tiger fish, Bream, chessa, Nkupi, and the legendary Vundu, making this a fishing haven. Experienced guides accompany guests on all fishing expeditions, assuring guests of great opportunities to catch trophy fish.
Mvuu Lodge Zambia offers an exciting safari package that includes canoeing, game viewing, bird watching, fishing expeditions and river cruises. Indigenous bush surrounds the lodge, wildlife roam freely through the camp; the unspoilt and abundant Zambezi River offers phenomenal game fishing.
Through educational lessons and activities on school visits to CLZ’s education centre and on outreach visits to the schools, CLZ aims to raise awareness and to build a generation of local community members that take pride in Zambia’s natural heritage and feel responsible for its protection.
Conservation Lower Zambezi operates under a memorandum of understanding with the Zambia Wildlife Authority, DNPW (former ZAWA), and strives to protect and preserve the integrity of the Lower Zambezi Valley.
Set in the Lower Zambezi National park, Nsofu offers affordable luxury accommodation. The lodge has two self-catering villas each featuring a master bedroom, en-suite bathroom, two bedrooms, kitchen, lounge and a beautiful patio facing a river. The suites are air-conditioned with opulent linen and classic furnishings.
Whatever kind of fisherman you are, Nsofu have the bait to get you fishing. The Zambezi and Kafue is a paradise for any adventurous angler, whether a conventional, lure or fly fisher, you are up against tiger fish, bream, vundu, nkupi, catfish, and African pike. Nsofu does river transfers from hotel to hotel or lodge to lodge using their boats.
At Nsofu, sunset cruises will take you up and downstream to view the late afternoon activities of the abundant wildlife that call the Zambezi their home. Whether you are already a hardcore bird-enthusiast or never thought about 'birding' before in your life: after your first safari to the Lower Zambezi, birds will win over your heart.
Potato Bush Camp has expert fishing guides and a range of boats to perfectly suit the real fishing enthusiast. The camp supplies all fishing euipment, but for enthusiasts who prefer their own equipment. The tackle and technique for tigerfish has been described as very similar to that of 'bone-fishing'.
Game drives are the most successful way to see a good variety of wildlife, both large and small. Visiting more areas, and witnessing the diversity of the Lower Zambezi National Park you can appreciate the unspoiled wilderness of Zambia. A larger area can be covered in a shorter time frame, increasing the chance to find good game.
Potato Bush Camp sets high standards in the new era for small exclusive luxury tented safari camps! This African contemporary design perfectly balances the raw structural integrity and natural beauty of solid Zambian Rosewood and dramatically compliments the use of traditional canvas.
The Zambezi River is host to some of the most spectacular fresh water sport fishing in the world with plentiful Tigerfish and Tilapia. The most sporting and certainly the most fun fish to catch is the famous Tigerfish renowned for their strength and spectacular 'leaping out of the water' fighting performance.
Sausage Tree Camp offers some of the finest game viewing anywhere in Africa. It's location within the Lower Zambezi National Park on the banks of the Zambezi River means that game viewing activities take place both on the water, by boat and canoes, and on the land by four-wheel drive game viewing vehicles or bush walks.
Under shading Mahogany trees with outstanding views, Sausage Tree Camp, sleeping only 16 guests offers a civilized approach to a true bush experience with lavish attention to detail. The central dining and bar area is fronted by an enormous teak deck overlooking the Zambezi River and low set reed islands teeming with game.
Offering visits to the Mugurumeno Basic School and the cultural village on the nearby mainland as activities. The Chiawa community has pledged exclusive use of Tsika Island to Chongwe, which in turn has pledged $50 of each bed night to directly benefit the community, making them real partners in the project.
A river safari, a day or night game drive, a walking safari taking advantage of the cooler weather of the early morning these are relaxing ways to enjoy wildlife viewing all the while in awe of the scenery, perhaps a buffalo lurking in the reeds, a crocs and hippos sunning themselves, or elephants crossing the river.
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 safari in a small camp.