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 Trust hosts visitors and volunteers in two safari lodges and two campsites in Kasanka National Park. This is a beautiful wilderness of wildlife, woodland, plains, lakes, rivers and swamps. Wasa Lodge lies on the edge of Lake Wasa in the eastern half of the park just 12 km from the park entrance.
The camp’s architecture and design is reminiscent of classic veranda living of a bygone era and travellers feel at home from the moment they are greeted by their hosts on arrival. Baines’ River Camp can accommodate up to 20 guests in a variety of sophisticated accommodation options.
There are all manner of adventures possible in the unspoilt wilderness where you will find KaingU Safari Lodge. Time here can be action packed or simply tranquil time out so you can enjoy your natural surroundings and reconnect with your soul. The design and architecture of the entire safari camp is built to blend in and harmonise with the beautiful surroundings.
Lilayi Lodge offers luxury accommodation set in enchanting surroundings of a 700 hectare game reserve. The lodge accommodates 28 guests in 10 deluxe and 2 family chalets. Deluxe thatched chalets, each en-suite, offer relaxation and revitalisation, with sophisticated interior designs and indulgent comfort.
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.
Ndole Bay Lodge offers a choice of accommodation including 4 deluxe beachfront chalets with outdoor waterfall showers, 10 standard en-suite chalets, 2 non en-suite chalets as well as a beach campsite with showers and flush toilets. Rooms are built mostly from natural materials, with thatched roofs and breezy designs.
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.
Marula Lodge offers a variety of affordable accommodation options to choose from. The lodge offers comfortable furnished and luxurious rooms comprising of chalets and a dorm for backpackers. The dome tents have access to the public bathrooms as they are not en-suite, whereas the chalets are all en-suite.
Thorn Tree House Livingstone offers private luxury 4 double en-suite rooms and 1 twin en-suite room. All double rooms open out onto a 3m veranda and the twin is accessed through the lounge. The rooms are very unique, with original sash windows from Cape Town, all windows are meshed.
Lake Safari Lodge offers a choice of 70 stylish standard or executive rooms, these rooms offer a choice of single or double rooms. The air conditioned rooms comes with en-suite bathroom, shower or Jacuzzi, fridge, kettle, 55″ LCD television with DStv and more. All rooms have beautiful views of Lake Kariba and lush gardens.
Zambelozi Island Lodge is built in contemporary steel and glass architecture with a magnificent central Boma and a beautifully decorated pool area. The lodge currently offers 5 luxury cabins, each with decking views of the Zambezi River, a private kitchen and private dining area for those who chose self-catering.
Designed for the young adventurous traveler to experience the Victoria Falls in Livingstone, Zambia with its stunning wildlife and surrounds without going to great expense. It offers good quality en-suite chalet accommodation, with three chalets overlooking the river and four in a shaded wooded area. With pool, lively bar, activity centre and shop.
River Farmhouse has four bedrooms, two doubles and two twins, named after the points of the compass. South and East doubles have French windows opening onto the terrace and en suite bath and shower rooms. North and West twins with en suite shower rooms overlook the gardens. All bedrooms have ceiling fans, mosquito nets and air conditioning.
Mu-Fungata provides comfortable accommodation for up to 14 guests at a time. This includes self-catering and camping. Accommodation includes 2 double roomed cottages and a campsite. A family cottage is available and can accommodate 2 couples with children. The game viewing potential is second to none.
Watching an elephant take a dip in the river can be quite an experience when you're lounging in your own private plunge pool. The central bar and dining room is positioned under a huddle of matumi and sausage trees, with a wide deck that stretches out with views of the Kapamba River.
Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma comprises 12 tree houses connected by wooden walkways, perched in giant ebony trees overlooking a particularly racy bend in the Zambezi River. The lodge has two private houses, each with two bedrooms, their own dining areas and decks with plunge pools, as well as a private chef and dedicated staff.
At Waterberry, comfortable bedrooms in thatched cottages set around sweeping gardens and lawns, some on the riverbank, some overlooking a secluded private dam with its beautiful birdlife. Every room has its own deck or terrace for sunbathing, birdwatching, private dinners or just relaxing. Informal style friendly and welcoming.
All set on the hillside, Sanctuary Chichele Presidential Lodge offers 10 spacious elegant Victorian suites. Each suite has a private verandah which provides amazing views over the floodplains below. There is a sparkling swimming pool, an indoor dining room and outdoor boma ideal for wining and dining under the stars. The well trained staff offer a top-class service and ensure your every need is catered for.
The main lodge is a spacious thatched semi-circle of sophisticated comfort. It's an open-plan area that houses the dining area, indoor BBQ, lounge and bar. With a traditional roof, stonewalls and gnarled wooden colonnades the lodge has been designed to fit in with the natural environment.
With 18 thatched chalets (2 suites, 3 family rooms, 3 doubles and 10 twin rooms), Mfuwe Lodge offers quality and private accommodation. Secluded covered verandas provide amazing game viewing opportunities to look out over hippo and thirsty game in the lagoons.
Mama Out of Africa offers unique self-catering Livingstone accommodation, on the banks of the Zambezi River opposite Zimbabwe's Zambezi National Park. Two double bedrooms and fully equipped kitchen have been created from the former 'Out of Africa' film set. The semi-outdoor section has a bathroom, dining area and two decks.
Mukambi Safari Lodge is located within the Kafue National Park approximately 80kms from the eastern gate. Although very comfortable and relaxing, the set up resembles more of a small country hotel rather than a rural bush lodge, with stone flagged floors, white washed walls and high beamed roofs.
Musungwa's central complex consists of three large thatched rondavels comprising of the reception, bar and restaurant and conferencing facility. They are designed to blend with the surroundings, utilizing ethnic architectural concepts, maintaining the true atmosphere of the African bush.

Safari lodges

Safari lodges in Zambia

Safari lodges in Zambia offer amazing accommodation to suit various preferences. Accommodation varies from self-catering villas, en-suite chalets to suites, depending on which class of safari lodge accommodation your interested in. There is a variety of accommodation packages to suite your needs and budget. Most rooms are spacious and fully furnished with a well-stocked mini-bar, digital satellite TV, WIFI and a direct dial telephone.

Zambian safari lodges are committed to provide visitors with superior accommodation enhanced by an impressive safari experience and personalised service in a friendly and relaxed environment. The goal is make you feel comfortable enough to feel like a family member. Staff are passionate and eager to please and will go an extra mile to ensure that you have an outstanding safari experience.

Types of accommodation available in Zambia's safari lodges include:

  • Classic suites-are impeccably furnished with natural tones, luxurious textures and incredible comfort, creating a wonderful retreat. These rooms each come with an indoor bathroom and their own deck.
  • Double luxury beachfront chalets-These chalets are ideal for couples, they each have a double bed, an outdoor waterfall shower, fans and power, with queen-size bed, en-suite bathroom, lake views, balcony and patio, and outdoor shower.
  • Standard en-suite chalets-These chalets accommodate four people and are set slightly back from the beach and feature twin single beds or double beds, fans and power points.
  • Family luxury beachfront chalets-These have two double luxury beachfront chalets that share an adjoining lounge, making them ideal for a family. The rooms each come with a double bed, an outdoor waterfall shower, fans and power points.

Activities offered by safari lodges in Zambia include:

  • Game drives-Game drives take place in open vehicles and is one of the most exciting ways to explore the area. A highly skilled guide will accompany you and inform you about the beautiful animals you will see. Game drives usually take place throughout the day (morning, afternoon, evening and after dinner).
  • Wilderness walks-Wilderness walks are managed by an expert guide who will share exciting inside facts about the surroundings, easily rousing your inner wild side.
  • Bird watching-As you go for a wilderness walk, this gives you an excellent opportunity to view the abundance of bird species. Carry binoculars in order to identify the different species.
  • Canoeing-Canoeing offers you the privilege of viewing wildlife up-close as they glide through a river. A highly skilled guide will accompany you and inform you about the beautiful animals you will see.

Dining experience offered by safari lodges in Zambia

The dining experience in Zambia's safari lodges varies between butler serviced, white linen and the very best wines and champagnes, to self-service buffet and good wines. You'll find a great variety of interesting dishes prepared by experienced chefs. Usually there are no set meal times, with breakfasts, brunches and lunches prepared and served to suit the personal preferences of visitors. Delicious picnic meals and snacks can be ordered and packed for bush enthusiasts who are spending part of the day away from the safari lodge.

Dinner is a relaxed affair enjoyed with other visitors on the veranda-style dining area or under the stars. Alternatively an intimate dinner for two can be prepared on request, served on your own private veranda. Dinner consists of a choice of two starters, main course and desserts. Special arrangements can be made for guests who have their own individual preferences.

Avoid the crowd and enjoy an unforgettable, intimate Zambian safari experience at one of Zambia's amazing safari lodges. Embark on thrilling game drives to track wildlife, explore the bush with a knowledgeable guide, enjoy accommodation in a relaxed environment and much more!