Featured Safari Destination by GURU
The Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia offers absolute freedom and untouched wilderness as with the other wildlife-rich National Parks of this beautiful country in Southern Africa. Tagged, as the first carbon-neutral National Park in the world, the Lower Zambezi offers unspoiled wildlife and rich safari experiences on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River.
This pristine piece of Africa combines a diversity of natural wonders, creating an animal-rich landscape against the backdrop of the beautiful Zambezi escarpment; a genuinely unique safari setting! Between the wilds of the mountains, and the flowing of the Zambezi River, the natural wildlife corridor offers a sanctuary for not only the abundant wildlife of the Zambezi but too, the discerning travellers choosing Royal Zambezi Lodge for their ultimate African getaway. This destination, the Zambezi Valley has been carved by Mother Nature herself, and is the perfect vacation and very well suited to be combined with other National Parks in Zambia, Zimbabwe or even Botswana.
Royal Zambezi Lodge offers front-row seats to this unique wilderness and experiences abound, all the while welcoming you ‘home’ to the luxury tented and thatched lodges overlooking the Zambezi River. Be prepared; your stay at the Royal Zambezi will leave you with an indelible desire and love for Africa, yearning for your return to a place that has stolen a piece of your heart.
Room Types - Deluxe Suites
Royal Zambezi Lodge has eight deluxe suites, offering the perfect combination of contemporary comfort and understated elegance. The airy canopied canvas and thatched tents are perfectly nestle under mature riverine trees, and well-positioned for maximum enjoyment of the surrounding views, yet still offering complete privacy.
Natural tones with luxurious textures create a calming retreat in this otherwise adventure-rich setting. Each spacious suite sleeps two guests maximum, with extra length sprung mattresses with pure cotton linen and fine down pillows. Every suite offers a private plunge pool and a shady veranda overlooking the Zambezi River.
Room Types - Presidential Suites
The seven Presidential and honeymoon suites sleep up to six people and epitomise the luxury safari experience. All suites offer outside showers, copper baths, private plunge pools and shaded day-beds. Guests here enjoy the ultimate in opulence and luxury while immersing themselves in the African wilderness. The Presidential suites are perfect for honeymoon couples and special occasions, or for those who merely want to experience some of Zambia’s finest safari accommodation.
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The vast mosaic of grassy seasonal floodplains extending to the horizon, mist rising at sunrise, epitomises the wild, remote Busanga Plains. Its diversity can be discovered on game drives as well as boating early in the season or hot air ballooning later on.
The stylish camp is built on raised decks on a verdant tree island, allowing for breathtaking views of the surrounding floodplains. Shumba’s six luxury tented units offer spacious living with a cushion-strewn veranda for outdoor contemplations.
First sited by Norman Carr decades ago, Time + Tide Chinzombo is set in one of the best wildlife areas of the national park.
Whether overlooking a hippo packed river or lounging next to a lively lagoon, this South Luangwa camp allows you to reconnect with nature in an authentic way.
Breathe in the warm African air and let the wildness of this remote land refresh your soul.
The region is renowned for its world-class predator action, with especially strong sightings of the elusive leopard.
Bush Camp lies on a verdant island in the middle of Kafue’s Busanga Plains. Day and night drives and seasonal boating take in the diverse wildlife in this remote place on the ground, or a hot air balloon ride by air.
This intimate camp has just four tents set under leafy fig trees. The main area – under canvas – is a favourite space amongst guests, particularly at sunrise when the rising mist gradually reveals masses of lechwe and puku dotted across the floodplain.