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Don’t miss it: Zambezi Mubala Lodge opens soon

Avatar of inke inke - 24. avril 2017 - Gondwana Collection


A new Gondwana Collection lodge located in the Zambezi Region, will open in November. The Zambezi Mubala Lodge is a paradise for nature and fishing enthusiasts and a must for all bird lovers. Atmospheric boat trips during sunset allow you to dive into the colourful water and animal world of the Zambezi. A healthy filling for every photographer.

Gondwana Collection’s Brand and Marketing Director, Mannfred Goldbeck,is convinced that the name of the new lodge is exactly what it promises: “Mubala means ‘colour’ in die local Silozi language. We are convinced that the harmonious colours of nature and its reflections on the water of the Zambezi will be a unique and memorable holiday experience.”

The Zambezi Mubala Lodge is currently being rebuilt on the site of what used to be Kalizo Lodge, and accommodation can be booked as from 1 November 2017. Eighteen spacious double chalets and two family chalets, all en suite and air conditioned, offer breath-taking views of the river landscape, inviting you to linger. There are also six tented chalets with en suite bathrooms. Here, our guests will find a temporary home but it is also home to the colourful, cheerfully fluttering Carmine Bee-eaters. The colony on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River is one of the largest in southern Africa. 

The Zambezi Mubala Lodge is located 40km east of Katima Mulilo on the Namibian riverbank of the Zambezi, overlooking Zambia – in the heart of untouched nature. Day trips to the famous Victoria Falls, the Chobe National Park and other national parks in the region are not to be missed.

If you want to check availability or make a booking, please click here for Zambezi Mubala Lodge or Zambezi Mubala Camping

For further enquiries please contact marketing© or prmarketing©

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