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At Victoria Falls, a world of magic things lies in wait more than ever – from a rainbow's dance at full moon to the cascade of one of the world's most spectacular natural wonders. Some 30 kilometres downstream from Royal Chundu setting on the Zambezi River, the Adventure Capital of Africa awaits.
With over 400 species of bird, Sekoma Island Lodge is a bird watchers paradise. Waterfowl, raptors, hornbills, heron, flycatchers, bee-eaters, turacos and the shy African Finfoot can be seen. Half and full day game viewing excursions can be arranged on the Chobe River but it is an extra activity.
Sekoma Island Lodge is an excellent destination for the adventurous angler. Guests can catch large tilapia, various bream species, catfish and African pike. With a fleet of eight boats which are powered by 55hp motors the boats accommodate a maximum of two fly fishermen or four lure anglers at one time. Fly-fishing and lure fishing are predominant fishing methods used.
The lesser-visited backwaters can be explored where many of the vegetarian species of bream such as the Greenhead Tilapia and Pink Happies call home. Tiger fish are caught predominantly by fly fishing and artificial lure fishing, during April however, the river is high and discoloured, some bait fishing using circle hooks is allowed.