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Luxurious Lodges/Safari Lodges

Willow Lodge

Everything from the service, facilities and meals are designed to give you good value for your money leaving you satisfied and well taken care of. Willow lodge boasts of spacious tastefully decorated double rooms, garden rooms, family rooms and suites. All rooms are air conditioned and come with flat screen televisions, tea & coffee stations, free Wifi and en-suite bathrooms. Guests are assured of a safe secure environment that is child friendly. The following services make Willow Lodge the ideal choice if you just to want to relax, daily housekeeping, room service and babysitting. Willow Lodge can also arrange additional meals on request (Lunch and Dinner). Those who feel they want rest after a long journey can refresh in the glistening swimming pool, take a stroll in the garden or treat yourself to invigorating beauty and body treatments from the onsite beautician. Willow lodge also offers small conference rooms on the premises for your business or executive needs if you are visiting Harare on Business.

Matusadona Lodges and Camping

Matusadona National Park is an intensive Protection Zone for black rhino and hunting is not allowed in this area. It borders Lake Kariba, attracting animals with its water and grassy banks where lion, buffalo, elephant, waterbuck, zebra, impala and hippos can be seen. There are a number of campsites, Tashinga is on the Lake shore and there is an ablution block with water, showers, toilets etc. There are braai sites provided and some of the camps do have shelter to sleep under. At Sanyati Camp there are two sites, one can accommodate five people and the other six people. Braai facilities, and ablution block with running water are available. There are a couple of bush camps namely Jenje and Kandjedza, these camps are very rough so visitors must be well prepared and each camp can take a maximum of ten people. The camps can can only be accessed with a four wheel drive vehicle In addition to those there are some exclusive camps, some of which only cater for one party at a time with a maximum of five people. One of them at Maronga is situated on the escarpment ideal of hikers. For people who don’t like camping there is Ume and Mabalabala Lodges which are found close to the Tashinga airstrip. Matusadona has plenty of birdlife as well as wildlife, and activities include bird watching in the stunning Sanyati Gorge, game drives, hiking and escarpment climbing as well as fishing in rivers that enter the lake Kariba.

Wild Heritage Lodges

They are all self-catering units which are well appointed with clean simple designs. Each of them comprises; a modern, tastefully decorated kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, patio, lounge and dining area. Outdoor facilities include a swimming pool, braai area and parking space. Each lodge has sufficient outdoor space for relaxing. All the rooms have overhead fans; bedrooms are equipped with mosquito nets and bedding. Guests are encouraged to bring own towels. The entertainment rooms have a television set. There will be a housekeeper/cook to assist guests with kitchen tasks. Guests can bring their own boats which will be moored at a secure location; guests are advised to bring fishing rods and other accessories with them.

Musango Safari Camp

Musango Safari Camp is found on its own island on Lake Kariba, just off the shores of Matusadona National Park. You can reach Musango either by small aircraft from Kariba or Victoria Falls, or by speedboat from Kariba, it takes approximately 1.5 hours. Musango has 6 large, very comfortable twin luxurious safari tents, each with an en-suite bathroom built of natural stone. In addition to this, there are two large honeymoon suites, each of these have their own plunge pool. All of these rooms face east over Lake Kariba, allowing you to enjoy the sunrise every morning from the privacy of your room. Musango Safari Camp is run by the owners, Steve and Wendy who will look after your every need. There is plenty of wildlife and birdlife to see whilst exploring around Musango. They offer walking safaris, tiger fishing, big 5 game drives, tracking the black rhino in the adjacent rhino sanctuary as well as canoe safaris. They are also involved in the Wild Dog Research Project so you are almost guaranteed seeing these beautiful animals. For all these activities very experienced, well trained and professional guides are provided.

Matetsi Lodge

Matetsi River Lodge is located on the banks of the Zambezi River in Victoria Falls. This luxury lodge sits on a 55000 Hectare Game reserve that is less than an hour away from the Victoria Falls International Airport. Matetsi is open all year round with interesting views for each exciting season. Matetsi Accommodation comprises the Matetsi River House (Villa) and several elegant lodge suites. The lodge is divided into two self-contained camps facing the Zambezi River. The villa is a spacious unit which comes with four beautifully decorated bedrooms; all of them air-conditioned. Guest facilities at the villa include a private swimming pool, wide veranda, a fireplace and indoor and outdoor Seating and dining areas. Guests have access to the following service staff, a chef, tour guide, butler and tracker; they help make the stay comfortable and enjoyable. The Matetsi lodge has 18 luxury suites in total; these are spacious units as well boasting of luxurious king size beds, private plunge pool and deck, large circular bath and outdoor showers. There are family suites which have 2 interconnected bedrooms. They are perfect for mums and dads and their children as the additional room has twin beds. Matetsi offers a wide range of In-Camp recreational activities which include, Zambezi River boat cruises, canoeing, Morning and evening game drives, Night game drives, Full day game drives, Bird watching, Walking safaris and fishing. Guests can also opt to go and spend the afternoon in Victoria Falls for shopping or choose from a number of leisure activities such as a Horseback Safari, Bungee Jumping, Zip lining, cultural tours and helicopter rides. Guest amenities and facilities include a bar (one for each Camp), private wine cellar, library, Guest iPads, Boardroom, Blue tooth Speaker, a shopping boutique, a fitness area, a Boma dining area, Complimentary laundry service, Childminders, Massage parlour, complimentary wifi and luxury safari vehicles.

Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge

Set high atop the cliffs, looking down on the Save River in south eastern Zimbabwe is Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge. Enjoying a magnificent location overlooking Gonarezhou National Park, Zimbabwe's second largest National Park, the Lodge has undergone a stunning and extensive refurbishment. Offering 10 luxury all-inclusive lodges, a self-catering camp and a wide range of activities, Chilo ensures guests can truly feel part of untamed Africa. The lodge also has a very close alliance with the local community and offers cultural visits to Mahenye Village where guests can experience the local Shangaan way of life. At Chilo Gorge we are committed to maintaining the beauty of the pristine wilderness and the integrity of its native wildlife to create an unrivalled safari experience. Did you know? · Director and Head Guide, Clive Stockil, is the founding father of the CAMPFIRE community project, whose passion for the African bush and conservation has been recognised with numerous local and international awards. Gonarezhou is blessed with pristine wilderness, rare birdlife, endangered animals such as the wild dog and the distinctive Baobab trees. Chilo guests rarely see another vehicle, ensuring an authentic African experience. Gonarezhou forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, linking the park with the Kruger National Park in South Africa and the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique, enabling the animals to move freely between the three reserves. The spectacular sandstone Chilojo Cliffs are the most prominent landmark in the park, with their distinctive red and orange strata. The Chilojo Cliffs were on the old Zim$10 banknote.