Royal Zambezi Lodge is located in the remote wilderness of Lower Zambezi National Park.
The Royal Zambezi Lodge is located on the banks of the northern Zambezi River, wedged between Zambia’s Lower Zambezi National Park and Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park. These renowned parks are separated only by the prolific waters of the river. The lodge hosts 15 tented suites, ranging from classic to deluxe and presidential. The deluxe and presidential suites enjoy additional luxuries like private plunge pools and outdoor showers.
A typical day at Royal Zambezi begins with an early morning river cruise on the Zambezi. Cruise along these wild waters in the lodge’s outboard power boat, encountering hippos, crocodiles and even elephant. Antelope typically approach the water with healthy caution to avoid the crocs. Choruses of water birds flutter and stalk among the reed beds, enhancing a truly magical morning. Guests may then spend the day at leisure before once again heading out for an afternoon safari. Guests also have the option of staying up for an after-dinner safari - the ideal time to encounter big cats out on the prowl.
Along with your twice daily game drives, the lodge offers a wealth of additional activities. Substitute a game drive with a river cruise or bush walk, take on the Zambezi’s famous tiger fish or glide serenely along on a guided canoe safari. Venture even further afield and opt for a cultural village tour of the nearby Goba community. Each experience in this wonderfully wild, remote corner of the world will prove unforgettable.
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