We were two families with three teenagers between us. The lodge is in a great location, the boat safaris and birding are amazing. The food and service are terrific. I would love to return someday. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend a stay here. Our guide, Victor, was very knowledgeable. We spent 3 nights which was the right amount of time. The baobabs are wonderful, too. A guided walking trip to villages and a school is a must also.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kaza Safari Lodge (previously 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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