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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.
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.
Fishing for Tiger Fish is one of the seasonal specialties of the Zambezi River. Although Tiger Fish and other species can be caught throughout their safari season, the best time to catch Tiger Fish is from late August to mid November during the hotter months of the year.
Chiawa Safaris offers exciting game drives, walking safaris, canoe trips, boat cruises, fishing and hide safaris. The Lower Zambezi National Park and South Luangwa National Park are home to an impressive quantity and variety of wildlife that can be viewed on land based safari activities, through a variety of water based activities and in the camps themselves!
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.
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.
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.
Guests are taken on a game walk with a knowledgeable and experienced guide. The walks focus on vegetation, tracks, and other signs of life on the island. Insects and birds are a feature, though it is not uncommon to see herbivores such as bushbuck, waterbuck, and even elephant while on foot.
Anabezi Luxury Tented Camp in the Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia. It is perhaps best known for its exceptional fishing safaris on the Zambezi River. The river and its channels carry an excellent variety of fish including the acclaimed tiger fish which is rated as the toughest pound-for-pound fresh water fish in the world.
Anabezi Luxury Tented Camp offers a flexible itinerary and plans your safari outings according to your needs, whether you wish to go out for a few hours or for full day trips. After a day of exploration, wildlife and bird spotting you can enjoy a sun downer cruise on the Zambezi River.