Province National Parks
Area Lower Zambezi
- Big 5 Reserve: No
- Cell Phone Signal: Yes
- Child Friendly: Yes
- Malaria Area: No
- Spa: No
- Swimming pool: Yes
- Waterhole: No
- Wheelchair friendly: No
- Wi-Fi: Yes
Located on the opposite bank to Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools, the Royal Zambezi Lodge is situated on the majestic Zambezi River. This intimate, family-owned lodge makes the most of the environment in which it is situated, letting nature provide guests with a magnificent setting for their African holiday. The lodge is positioned to allow visitors to take full advantage of a wide variety of safari activities in the area, which is home to elephant, buffalo, lion and the elusive leopard! Activities are offered by highly experienced guides, with over 50 years of experience in the Lower Zambezi region.
The Royal Zambezi Lodge offers guests outstanding hospitality and luxury, with attention paid to the finest detail. The thatch and copper roofs create a natural but sophisticated setting for you to relax. Our chef sources fresh, local ingredients to treat you to exciting and healthy cuisine.
The Royal Zambezi Lodge has 15 suites, all overlooking the river. Throughout the lodge, the décor combines contemporary, understated design with traditional safari elegance.
If you are looking for the ultimate indulgent experience, the Deluxe and Presidential suites allow you to submerge yourself into the natural surroundings without compromising on luxury. Unwind and sip on chilled champagne just meters from the river, whilst relaxing in your own private deep copper bath. Or enjoy a refreshing cold, outdoor shower or dip in your own private plunge pool while the wildlife drink from the river below.
The Classic suites treat guests to cotton linen, feather pillows and extra length beds. The rich textures and natural tones will create a relaxing environment in which you can unwind and listen to the African bush outside.
Join us for a true African experience, wide-open spaces and magnificent sunrises and sunsets.
- ATTA ( Africa Travel and Tourism Association )
- The Good Safari Guide