Royal Zambezi Lodge
Location: Lower Zambezi
No. of rooms: Classic suites & Deluxe and Presidential suites (with private plunge pools)
Style: Ultra luxurious riverside lodge and camp
Highlights: Game viewing in the Lower Zambezi & an exceptional spa
Dining: In the dining area
Royal Zambezi lodge offers the ultimate in comfort & luxury, with unrivalled game viewing accompanied by professional guides, a luxury spa and world-class fishing, fly fishing and tiger fishing on the Zambezi. Royal Zambezi Lodge, an intimate family-owned property, is situated on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River on the edge of the unique Lower Zambezi National Park, directly opposite Mana Pools, Zimbabwe.
Royal Zambezi Lodge has classic suites, deluxe suites and presidential suites. The entry level Classic Suites stand alone and are complete with shady verandas and en-suite baths with flush toilets and large showers. The large canvas tents nestle under mature trees and are all positioned for the maximum enjoyment of the surrounding views and complete privacy. The tents are impeccably furnished with a contemporary, understated elegance.
The Deluxe Suites are the epitome of the luxury safari experience. Two of the suites offer the same tented interior as the Classic Suites whilst also offering an outdoor bath and shower and plunge pool. A further two Deluxe Suites push luxury to an even higher level. These suites are not tented and due to a larger surface area they also have an indoor lounging area. Outdoors they offer a sala overlooking the river in addition to a shower and copper roll-top bath, sun-loungers and private plunge pool.
The Presidential suites are extremely spoiling with pools, copper baths, outdoor showers, salas and day beds – heaven!
The location for Royal Zambezi Lodge was chosen particularly for the wide variety of activities available, including game viewing, fishing, fly-fishing, sunset river cruises, professionally guided canoeing trips, open vehicle guided drives, night drives, walking safaris, birding safaris and photographic safaris.Show Less