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Imbabala Safari Lodge
Their dream was of an unspoilt river wilderness lodge where guests rapidly become friends.
Guests at Imbabala on an afternoon river cruise watching Elephants in the Zambezi RiverImbabala Zambezi Safari Lodge was the vision of Ron and Jean White back in 1988 when Imbabala Lodge was first built.
Their dream was of an unspoilt river wilderness lodge where guests rapidly became friends. The White family are legends in Victoria Falls, and their hearts are truly in the African bush.
The Lodge is situated on a 4000 acre private concession in the Matetsi Safari Area, only 80 kilometres upstream from Victoria Falls and not far from where the four countries of Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia and Namibia meet.
Imbabala Zambezi Safari Lodge is beautifully positioned on a riverine fringe of the mighty Zambezi River shaded by ancient ebony trees, the main lodge is a charming thatched structure, consisting of a lounge, wildlife reference library with fireplace, dining room and cocktail bar. There is also a swimming pool with sun deck and poolside bar making it the perfect place for anyone to relax and unwind.
With 11 kilometres of Zambezi River frontage, Imbabala has some of the most amazing game viewing and bird watching opportunities in the region, all in the seclusion of a private National Parks concession. The concession borders the Chobe Forest Reserve which is renowned for its massive Elephant population - herds of up to 1500 elephants have been seen on the floodplains below the Imbabala Safari Camp!
The lodge has one family room, two double and five twin bedded chalets.
Activities centre around game viewing and bird watching on morning, afternoon and night game drives by open 4x4 safari vehicle on the Imbabala Private Concession Area.
Exploring the Zambezi River by boat, affords guests exceptional bird-watching opportunities, birdlife is prolific and varied, ranging from water birds to shy forest dwellers. Many rare species such as the African Finfoot are found here - it is a bird lovers paradise. You will look on in amazement at the variety and action all around.
Also on offer at Imbabala Safari Lodge is fishing for the renowned Tiger Fish (serious fisherman are advised to bring along their own Tackle). As is with the birding, this is one of the top spots on the Zambezi and their guides know just the spots to catch the big ones.
Walking Safaris are available by prior arrangement.
For anyone spending a longer time at Imbabala, day trips to Victoria Falls and the Chobe National Park can be arranged (additional charge applicable).
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