Closed annually between December and March, the lodge reopens more rejuvenated than before, offering guests a refreshing experience. The Lower Zambezi Valley benefits from minimal communication disturbances. With no cell phone coverage, guests to the lodge need to communicate from the reception in case of emergencies. Guests can enjoy an uninterrupted stay in the wild African bush without sacrificing any comfort.
Accommodation is offered in tented suites, a romantic stay for two at the Cassia suite, and a suite fit for a family or friends. Affording views of the river and its surrounds, the suites are a window to the amazing aspects of nature. Outside bathrooms allow guests to feel the freedom of Africa while enjoying their usual creature comforts. Meals are served either in the individual suites or at the main dining area.
The Lower Zambezi National Park offers safari-goers numerous wildlife sightings, including bird and plant species. The river attracts various wildlife species and these can be viewed during the water-based excursions on offer. In addition to the game drives, boating safaris, canoeing, fishing and nature walks provide guests with their dose of wildlife. Visits to the local communities take guests into direct contact with the local people and their culture.