This lodge is situated on a channel of the Zambezi river. It is absolutely beautiful. Accommodations for comfortable, however not the prettiest. The communal Lodge was lovely and the swimming pool was cold but enjoyable. The food was wonderful and we enjoyed eating out under the stars. The staff was also friendly and helpful. My one warning would be to watch out for the monkeys the ball try to steal their belongings. Also, bring lots of bug spray as there are many ants that will swarm you if you're not careful. No problems with ants in the rooms though.
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- Impalila Island Lodge is a waterbound wonderland uniquely situated at the confluence of four countries and two mighty African rivers - the Chobe and the Zambezi. The lodge lies protectively under the branches of an ancient giant baobab tree and consists of eight well appointed en-suite chalets each overlooking the world famous Mambova rapids on the Zambezi river. The lodge is perfectly situated and equipped for fly-fishers looking to take on the legendary Tigerfish, and also offers game viewing by boat cruise, birdwatching, afro-botanical walks and cultural village visits. ... more less
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