Lodge Activities

Sunset Cruise Amongst the islands: A wonderful cruise on the Zambezi River amongst the islands near the lodge – enjoy the river, its wildlife and a Zambezi sunset with complimentary drinks and snacks.
Village Visit and School Tour – 1 hour drive from the lodge: Visit the Sidobe Village for an in depth look at life in a typical Zimbabwean village. The trip includes a tour of the Sidobe school and a moving performance of traditional songs by the local school children.
Game Drives: Traditional open safari vehicles driven by licensed experienced guides, Land cruisers seat up to 9 guests and Land Rovers seat up to 7 guests.
Game Walks:Conducted by a fully licensed and highly experienced professional guide, usually undertaken in the mornings, ideal for photography of big game on foot.
Canoeing: Guided Canoe trips along the mighty Zambezi River (pre-booking essential).
Victoria Falls Tour & Curio Shopping: A guided tour of the magnificent Victoria Falls rain forest (park entry fees not included) as well as a visit to the Victoria Falls curio market.
Fishing: Guided fishing in the Zambezi River - home to the fierce and powerful Tigerfish and many other species 


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The main camp area includes dining room, lounge and bar with shaded outdoor deck for alfresco dining experience. Free WiFi in the main lodge area. Electricity by generator 

Activities

Accommodation

At present 8 luxury tents - 1 double ( kingsize bed) and 7 twin (double beds), each with their own private splash pool. 4 bed family suite later in 2015. 

The Camp







Zambezi Sands

This tented lodge is situated within the western area of the Zambezi National Park on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River upstream of the Victoria Falls. Zambezi Sands is unique in that it features not only the Zambezi River and water based activities and some glorious wildlife and scenery but is also close to the Victoria Falls. 


Victoria Falls Town lies on the southern bank of the Zambezi River, with the eponymous Victoria Falls at the edge of the town. Aside from tours to the Falls, it is the base for a range of activities, including cruises on the Zambezi, African traditional dancing, elephant riding, “flight of angels,” white water rafting, bungee jumping and canoeing.