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Radisson Blu Hotel
Spacious air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. Spa, fitness centre, a restaurant and 2 bars.
Each of the rooms contain a flat-screen TV, coffee machine, modern, private bathrooms . Every room opens out onto a balcony.
A fresh breakfast is served at Restaurant Filini, which also offers international cuisine for lunch and dinner. Light snacks and cocktails can be ordered at the Bar, or beside the pool.
Guests can hire a bicycle or rent a car to explore the surrounding area. A tour desk and 24-hour front desk are available to help plan other activities. Free access to the fitness centre is available for guests.
Radisson Blu Hotel Lusaka is located only 100 metres away from the Acardes bus stop. A shuttle can be requested to Lusaka City Airport, 17.5 km away.
The Taj Pamodzi Hotel
Taj Pamodzi Lusaka is located in the Rhodes Park suburb of Lusaka and offers a spa, fitness centre and outdoor swimming pool. It is within 5 km from the city center.
The classic units are decorated in warm colours and feature a balcony offering views of the city and pool. Each air-conditioned room has a minibar, flat-screen satellite TV and DVD player and a coffee machine.
Taj Pamodzi serves a buffet breakfast in the Jacaranda restaurant and boasts a variety of local and international cuisines, from steaks, grills and local specialities. Guests can enjoy a workout in the gym or on the squash court. The hotel’s tour desk can assist in arranging excursions to nearby attractions. The Lusaka International Airport is within 24 km.
Southern Sun Ridgeway hotel
Offering an outdoor pool and fitness centre, Southern Sun Ridgeway features free Wi-Fi and tastefully decorated rooms with a satellite TV, air conditioning, desk and tea-and coffee making facilities. The more spacious Executive Rooms also have a sofa. Some rooms have a garden view.
Breakfast is served at Musuku Restaurant, which also serves lunch and dinner. Snacks and drinks can be enjoyed at the Terrace, the pool and the Pub.
Other facilities offered include a 24-hour front desk, a business centre and luggage storage. The property offers free parking.
Lusaka Airport can be reached within 30 minutes by car. Airport shuttles can be arranged for a fee
The Protea Hotel Lusaka offers comfortable accommodation as well as a 24 hour reception, an airport shuttle and a 24 hour business centre. Offering laundry facilities, conference room(s) and a safe, the hotel offers guests a convenient base while in Lusaka.
All the rooms at the Protea Hotel include a private bathroom and a refrigerator, phone, desk with an electrical outlet and a hair dryer.
Guests can fill up on a buffet breakfast each morning, If you want to eat at the hotel, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner.
For those guests who enjoy exploring local eateries, there is a great selection right on your door step in the neighbouring SHopping Mall. Lusaka International Airport is within a 30 minute drive away.
Cresta Golfview hotel
The Cresta Golfview Hotel Lusaka is situated 20 minutes’ drive from the centre of Lusaka, and offers a poolside snack bar and a fitness centre, large pool, a coffee bar and massage services. Also on offer to guests are meeting rooms, a hair salon and a 24 hour reception. Guests can also make the most of the hotel’s extensive garden.
All rooms at the Cresta Golfview Hotel Lusaka are air-conditioned and also offer a kitchenette, a mini bar and a refrigerator. Also available in the rooms are a hair dryer, a seating area and tea and coffee making facilities. An internet connection is also available.
Guests can indulge in a drink at the hotel’s on-site bar, after sampling a meal in the restaurant. The hotel’s comfortable restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Room service is also offered to guests during certain times.
With Lusaka International Airport just a 15-minute drive away, the Cresta Golfview Hotel Lusaka also offers a shuttle service.
Protea Safari Lodge
Set on a private game reserve in Chisamba, this hotel is situated 35 km away from Lusaka. It offers air-conditioned rooms with private bathrooms and free Wi-Fi access.
Each room features a private patio with a view of the lake or of the bush. It comes equipped with a fridge, flat-screen satellite TV, and some rooms include a sofa.
A lion enclosure is 400 metres away and on-site facilities include game drives and quad bike safaris. Guests can enjoy a swim in the outdoor pool or relax on the tree shaded terrace. Safari Lodge has a restaurant and bar in a separate open-sided building.
Chaminuka is about 50km northeast of town, beyond the airport.
the lodge is said to house the largest collection of traditional and contemporary Zambian art in the country. Rooms are square, red-brick chalets, with en-suite facilities and lots of space. Rooms have queen- or king-size beds, and some interconnect to make family rooms. All have their own music systems, solid wooden beds, phone, AC and patio doors on to the lawns that surround the lodge. A snooker room (with full-size table), two swimming pools, a tennis court, a sauna and a Jacuzzi.
Surrounding all of this is a Nature Reserve, with about 2,400 head of game. Lion and hyena are kept in their own fenced enclosures.
The lodge’s activities are flexible. In addition to 4WD game drives, walks, and fishing sorties on the lakes, there is riding available for all levels at the stable.
Livingstone and Victoria Falls
The Royal Livingstone Hotel
Located in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, the Royal Livingstone five star hotel is in the prime position to see the smoke and hear the thunder of the mighty Victoria Falls, from the hotel verandah. The colonial atmosphere and highly trained, world-class staff ensure a qual`ity experience on the doorstep of one of the most magnificent wonders of the world.
The Zambezi Sun Hotel
This beautifully positioned three star hotel on the edge of the Eastern cataract of the Victoria Falls, offers high quality unpretentious and friendly accommodation in Livingstone. The Food Theatre Restaurant atmosphere is casual, providing an enjoyable variety of dining experiences, from buffet, outside, for a light meal, or ‘al fresco’ at the pool, or, elsewhere for a more formal menu of tasty lunch and dinner dishes.
The Zambezi Waterfront
The Waterfront is located on th edge of the Zambezi just upriver from the VIctoria Falls. It has16 standard twin chalets, six of which overlook the river. There are also three executive rooms and four family rooms. There is a central dining complex with stunning views both up and down river. A raised wooden deck stretches out over the river with a unique plunge pool, an open bar and restaurant area, a reception area and a shop. The key attraction of the area is obviously the mighty Zambezi. Getting onto the river is a must and, with this in mind, we offer the famous MV Makumbi, a 100-passenger, double-decker cruise boat.
Sanctuary Sussi and Chuma
Named after Dr. David Livingstone’s faithful friends Sussi and Chuma, the lodge is located amidst Jackalberry trees and Phoenix palms, providing unrivalled views and exclusivity. Accommodation is in twelve Sussi tree-houses, connected by wooden walkways. There are also two private Chuma houses, each with two bedrooms. Guests are able to indulge in a range of spa treatments – including massages, facials and manicures – while enjoying spectacular views over the Zambezi River. Facilities include Shower, changing room and indoor and outdoor treatment room. Where else in the world could you enjoy an African Potato Body Experience ritual or an Africology rebalancing and refining facial while watching a pod of hippos float by?
This business-friendly hotel offers a restaurant, a poolside bar, and a bar/lounge. There is a business center on site. Additional amenities include an outdoor pool, tour/ticket assistance, and laundry facilities. For a surcharge, guests receive transportation including a roundtrip airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and an area shuttle. Guest parking is complimentary.
The 80 air-conditioned guestrooms at Protea Hotel Livingstone include safes and coffee/tea makers. Complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access is provided. Rooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. All accommodations provide desks and direct-dial phones. Bathrooms offer showers, hair dryers.
Maramba River Lodge
The lodge is situated in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park on a bluff overlooking the Maramba River and we are often visited by the resident wildlife, with elephant wandering through the grounds at certain times of the year.
Maramba’s private chalets are spacious and airy, and nestle under mopane and mahogany trees. All the thatched chalets have en-suite tiled bathrooms, mosquito proofing with treated nets, ceiling fans, internal safe, and views over the Maramba River or floodlit waterhole. Our chalets are available in twins, doubles, and family units sleeping four guests.
Our six Luxury Tents provide all the comforts of a lodge, without sacrificing the pleasures of a camping experience. Each tent is individually decorated to a theme with our own hand crafted furniture. The en-suite bathroom is tiled throughout with a shower open to the African sky. These small yet appointed tents offer the perfect compromise between budget and room facilities.
Located in the heart of Livingstone, the Fallsway Hotel offers luxury accommodation and fine food. The hotel has 17 spacious rooms including a family room. Each room is equipped with tea and coffee facilities, king size beds, flat screen TVs, phones, fridges, air conditioning, safes and free internet.
South Luangwa National Park
Sanctuary Chichele Presidential Lodge
Sanctuary Retreats has retained the property’s original colonial style, and outside the grand dining room a long veranda stretches with views down the valley to the Luangwa River itself. On warm evenings, dinner is served outside near roaring fires that add to the luxurious ambience and take the chill out of the air. Dinner is often accompanied by the grunt of lions or the saw of leopards in the wooded valleys that surround the lodge.
Each of the ten suites at Sanctuary Chichele comes complete with a four-poster bed, air conditioning, luxurious bathroom and every amenity guests could wish for – all in the middle of the African bush. As with the rest of the lodge, the guest suites are decorated in an understated and elegant Victorian style. Watching the sun rise over the Luangwa Valley from a private suite is a rare privilege and well worth getting up early for.
Kafunta River Lodge
Kafunta occupies a lovely spot on theLodge river from which you can enjoy the view, passing wildlife and resident birds. Kafunta is one of the few lodges to remain open all year round and is built for comfort so even if you visit during the green season, the rains bring more abundant birdlife. Kafunta is also a good option for families as the lodge provides a safe and friendly environment for children.
Hidden away among the huge ebony and fig trees on the banks of a beautiful lagoon. 18 luxury en-suite thatched chalets, each with a private decking area overlooking the lagoon that attracts abundant wildlife. One third of each chalet’s perimeter can be opened, to allow the guest to enjoy the views, the sounds, the scents and the mood of the African wilderness. The bathing corner can be completely opened to offer guests an open-air bathing experience.
Located on a busy lagoon, the chalets have large windows and high ceilings and tastefully decorated. Each has a bathroom and indoor shower with a full range of amenities, a separate toilet and an outside shower for complete comfort. A separate lounge and private patio overlooking the lagoon allows for close-up and safe viewing of birds and wildlife that frequently visit the lagoon. Mushroom Lodge is a child-friendly establishment, and also offers interleading chalets for families.
An exclusive 16 bed lodge situated on a large lagoon beside the Luangwa River. The 8 stone-built rooms are designed for the warmer weather with high ceilings, overhead fans, large gauzed windows, spacious bathroom and a verandah with bar/fridge. The camp is designed for relaxing in comfort between safaris with a large swimming and extensive library. Meals are taken in the open air on a dining platform, shaded by evergreen foliage overlooking the lagoon. Game drives are of a very high standard.
North Luangwa National Park
Buffalo Camp overlooks the Mwaleshi River in North Luangwa National Park – a vast and remote wilderness area with outstanding game, including huge herds of buffalo followed by lion and other predators. The reserve is not open to the public and there are only 3 lodges operating in the park. Buffalo camp is the smallest and simplest camp with three of the chalets on stilts overlooking the Mwaleshi river. Walking is the main activity in North Luangwa as there are few roads, although it is possible to do limited game viewing as well as night drives from the camp. Buffalo Camp is unique in that it is very happy to welcome families with childern and is often combined with a trip to the Shiwa N’gandu Estate and Kapishya Springs Lodge. You need to fly into North Luangwa on a private or shared charter.
Kutandala bush Camp
Kutandala is all about what is happening outside,
The rooms here are truly basic. The front of the room is open, so breeze and view onto the river are maximised. The bathroom is en suite, with a flush loo and very effective bush shower; The food is excellent given the remoteness and bush kitchen. Walking Safaris are the speciality of this pristine are in the Great Rift Valley.
A wonderful, no frills camp that really captures the essence of the bush and completely complements the atmosphere of the north park.
Game comes to the open area opposite the camp to graze. You walk out from the camp twice a day, either over the river or behind camp.
Delicious food is produced with the fresh produce from Tafika’s huge kitchen garden.
The airstrip is about 15 minutes by car from Mwaleshi. A landrover will collect your luggage on arrival and you will then walk from Mwaleshi airstrip 45 mins into camp. There is hardly any road system in the park so walking is essential.
Lower Zambezi National Park
Kiambi Safari lodge
Kiambi Lodge is situated in the Lower Zambezi Valley, in a prime location on the confluence of the Zambezi and Kafue Rivers. From 1999 Kiambi has been enchanting guests by capturing the essence of the Lower Zambezi, offering a unique experience combining Africa’s culture, scenery and wildlife. All the accommodation, from luxury air-conditioned chalets to campsites, have stunning views of the Zambezi River.
Kanyemba Safari Lodge
Although billed as being in the Lower Zambezi, and indeed it is, this lodge is not that close to the National Park itself. Access is typically by road from Lusaka, a journey that will take about 2 hours and finshes with a small boat trip into camp. The Lodge is set on the riverbank looking out towards the island that gave the camp it’s name.
The Lodge comprises permanent structures so it can remain open year-round, there are 9 chalets and everything blends in to the surrounding bush very well. Bridges span waterways that were created to breed fresh fish for the restaurant in camp.It is possible to take a boat trip down-stream and to the National Park but this is quite a long way, those staying at Kanyemba should enjoy what the area has to offer, there is good walking on the island in front of camp and it is always a pleasure to be out on the waters of the Zambezi River.
Chongwe River Lodge
Chongwe is a well-established luxury safari camp on a stunning section of the great Zambezi River, within the Lower Zambezi National Park. The camp is set in a forest of giant acacia trees in a gentle and peaceful atmosphere. Offering many activities, Chongwe is famous for its canoeing excursions which are a great way to view game on the river. Meals, accommodation and guiding are of a very high standard.
Sausage Tree lodge
The camp comprises 4 round bedouin style rooms with high white canvas roofs, they are a novel design and one that has become synonymous with this camp, the bathrooms again are open-air and have views to the river. In addition there are 2 suites that are of similar design but are considerably larger with baths, more furniture and their own plunge pools.
There is also the ‘Kigelia House’, designed along similar lines to the suites but this house has 2 rooms so is ideal for families, there is a living area in between with a small pool in front.
Activites include the usual game-drives and walks as well as all the river activities, the camp is very close to the Chifungulu channel which provides some excellent canoeing..
On the tranquil banks of the Kafue River, undisturbed by passing boats, Gwabi Lodge is the oldest in the region, consisting of 9 en-suite, air-conditioned chalets, and full camping facilities, set in lush green lawns, with beautiful views over the river. A fleet of boats will satisfy your every river experience, you can even launch your own. Swimming pool deck and bar, fully serviced with electrical, DSTV and WiFi connections.
Kafue National Park
This small, intimate, river-side bush camp is set in a prime area of the Kafue National Park with easy, year-round access. There are shaded verandas and hammocks to lounge in as well as excellent game viewing opportunities. A comfortable lounge and dining area face downstream and enjoy spectacular sunsets in June. When the river drops, the view turns to sandy beaches and green grass where antelope, hippo and warthog come to drink and graze. Crocodiles bask in the sun on the opposite bank.
Mukambi Safari Lodge
Mukambi Safari Lodge is located centrally in Kafue National Park, right on the banks of the stunning Kafue River. The viewing decks, accommodation and swimming pool overlook the River and the herds of elephant or buffalo that come to drink from the hippo and crocodile infested waters. Lion, leopard and cheetah are often spotted from the decks.
The camp is cleverly built around wildlife paths, assuring the regular presence of animals. Its a real bushcamp,surprisingly comfortable but not luxurious. The chalets are spacious and simple built of thatch and wood. The campsite is the budget alternative and is simple,shady and has two clean ablution blocks.
The other side of the river is where is where walking safaris areconducted. This is a wild part of the park and youve a good chance ofspotting lots of wildlife, but Chris and Charlottes passion is lions.Chris has written three books on them. These guys have spent many years in the bush and really know what theyre doing; they’re absolutely passionate about wildlife. The whole setup is quite informal so activities take place as you wish.
Hippo Safari Lodge
Hippo Lodge is situated on the banks of the magnificent Kafue River in Kafue National Park in Zambia. Kafue National Park is one of Africa’s pristine game parks consisting of 22,400km² of spectacular untouched African wilderness and offers the best species diversity of all National Parks in Zambia. Hippo Lodge is small and personal and offers guests a rustic and traditional safari experience with incredible game viewing and high quality guiding.
Lake Kariba Inn
Lake Kariba Inn hotel, with its spectacular views, nestles in a hillside overlooking Lake Kariba. It has been a success for more than 25 years offers accommodation in 50 airconditioned rooms. Located in Siavonga Town this hotel offers breathtaking views of the lake and the blue hills of Zimbabwe. The hotel owns a variety of boats that guests can hire for trips up the lake for fishing, floating facilities, or compliments of the hotel, use one of the peddle boats to cruise around the bay and admire the scenery. The large diningroom spills out onto a fabulous verandah overlooking the lake and food is of high standard.
Lake Safari Lodge
Accommodation comprises 66 spacious, simple and comfortable rooms with a more classic than modern feel. All rooms feature either one king-size or two double or single beds accommodating a maximum of three guests. Accommodation rates include a full English breakfast and guests can relax in the gorgeous swimming pool or enjoy the seclusion of the stunning plunge pool that overlooks the lake. Recline with a book, sip on a drink, or enjoy a small bite to eat. Other facilities include a pool table, gym facilities and a library. For the ultimate in convenience, guests can now arrive direct via helicopter onto the newly installed helipad..
Manchinchi Bay Lodge isonly a 2.5-hour drive from Lusaka offers conferencing facilities, fishing, nature walks, and boat rides.
30 air-conditioned rooms and chalets with en-suite bathroom and DStv. They have poolside buffets or sunset barbecues, as well as an indoor restaurants. Situated right on the peninsula by Lake Kariba, gusets can enjoy panoramic views of the lake from sunrise to sunset. The restaurant’s specialty is fresh fish from Lake Kariba.
Leisure bay lodge
The Leisure Bay Lodge at Siavonga is right on the shores of Lake Kariba. With its 20 double en-suite rooms nestling in trees under the hillside, the lodge provides a most comfortable scenario for seminars, workshops, a weekend getaway or holiday. An easy 2 hour drive from Lusaka, the Lodge is one of the longest established in the area, and has recently been comfortably refurbished. Spacious conference facilities are available and you will find the amenities and location ideal for seminars or workshops. The sparkling pool on the shores overlooks the lake.
Ndole Bay Lodge
Nestled amongst lush tropical vegetation opening onto its own exclusive beach, Ndole Bay Lodge offers visitors a singular African experience on the shores of a unique lake. With beach side en-suite chalets, std chalets, through to a shaded lake front campsite, the Tanganyika dream becomes affordable to all budgets. A fully stocked bar allows visitors to contemplate the day gone with a cold drink and sumptuous meals are prepared for those not self catering. A fleet of reliable boats opens the secrets of Tanganyika, while shaded hammocks, sunset paddles and a growing library allows days to slip by.
Our hospitality will make you wish time really would stop. Scuba diving and watersports, visits to the Nsumbu National Park, hikes, and Lake adventure safaris are offered at this spectacular remote venue.
Featuring 3 reed and wood chalets, plus a stone cottage this delightful lodge occupies the last bay on the Zambian side of the Lake Tanganyika shore. It’s really Robinson Crusoe stuff – just a pure white sandy beach sheltered in its own bay. Mishembe is usually accessed by a 30-minute water-taxi from Mpulungu, but is only five minutes’ boat ride from Isanga Bay Lodge, below, which can be reached by 4WD.
There’s a basic stone chalet hidden on the hillside, and three simple reed chalets on wooden platforms overlooking the lake. These have en-suite showers and flush toilets. Then there’s space for campers under the palm trees, amongst the baboons, monkeys and birds. Bring all your own food as the team here, including experienced ‘bush chef’ Boniface, will cook it for you. It’s a magical beach and very good value.
The bay is ideally situated for walks up to Kalambo Falls, which is about 60 minutes each way, and there is very good snorkelling right in the bay – the visibility is about 10m.
Shoebill Island Camp
Shoebill Island Camp is a small, twelve bedded camp (under thatch) with panoramic views over the Bangweulu swamps. Bangweulu is a huge area north of Kasanka National Park and is excellent combined with Kasanka.
Bangweulu has three main habitats; open water in the north, vast swamps in the middle and seasonally flooded plains in the south and east. The wetland area is fed by 17 rivers and drained by only one, the Luapula river which feeds into Lake Tanganyika.
The Lukulu, a river feeding the wetlands, has papyrus swamps which is the breeding ground for the huge, almost prehistoric looking Shoebill stork. Bangweulu is one of the few places left in the world to see these bird in the wild. The area also attracts a huge amount of other water birds.
It is also famous for its large herds of black letchwe, indiginous to the area. The flooding in Bengweulu reaches its peak March – May and although it makes game viewing more challenging (you have to go everywhere by boat) it is the best time to visit for the shoebills, which can sometimes be seen from the lodge, and other water birds.
As the waters recede from May to October, you are able to game view by vehicle as well as by boat, banana boat and canoe. The receding water forces the shoebills to migrate to the swamps and at the end of the dry season they may be hard to spot.
As the waters dry up, the game viewing becomes easier with large numbers of letchwe, orabi, tsessebe, civets, genets and mongoose. Shoebill Island Lodge is supported by the Kasanka Trust and for each visitor to the Island, a portion of the money paid is used to assist ZAWA in wildlife management.