Islands of Siankaba Camp (Mosi oa Tunya National Park) Zambia
The Jewel of the Zambezi. Zambia's most private and
secluded river side lodge.
The Islands of Siankaba Lodge comprises of two densely
forested sand islands in the Zambezi River near the
It is located 24 miles upstream from the Victoria Falls
and just 30 miles from the World famous Chobe Game Park in
The Islands of Siankaba have been developed as a
luxurious five star lodge, exclusively sleeping just twelve
guests. The two islands are linked by a suspension bridge
leading to an overhead walkway in the tree canopy connecting
to the elevated chalets. The design and landscaping of all
the facilities incorporates the use of natural materials
that blend in with the feel of the surrounding bush and
takes full advantage of the beauty of the riverine site. The
chalets have been uniquely designed following definitive
market research into traveler's needs, encompassing a range
of twin or double bedded options. They are constructed of
teak and custom made canvas tenting and are raised well
above ground level into the tree canopy with their balconies
extending out over the river. They are linked by a winding
over-head walkway so that our guests do not actually walk on
the islands surface in order to protect the fragile riverine
Finishing is of an extremely high standard using imported
fittings to compliment the natural feel of the construction
All chalets are opulently finished and equipped with
en-suite bathrooms, (ball and claw baths and separate
shower), mini bar, large mosquito nets, ceiling fan and
Fishing is good, with Tiger fishing featuring prominently
in the warmer months. Birding in and around the lodge is
superb. Resident wildlife, such as hippopotamus and
elephant, is likely to wander through the Lodge grounds at
any time, since in the National Park they have priority. A
wide choice of activities adds to the attractions of this
elegant, secluded retreat.
• Traditional game drives in open 4x4 safari vehicles
through the Zoological Park. This is the only park in Zambia
where the endangered rhinoceros can be seen.
• Water activities, including canoeing
adventures and sunset cruises.
• Cultural visits to
• Whitewater rafting, bunji jumping,
microlight, fixed wing and helicopter flights can be
• Expertly-guided visits to the Victoria Falls
and rainforest on the Zambian side.
From $450 per person per night sharing. Please contact us
for a quote and suggested itinerary.