This Zambia game lodge in South Luangwa National Park has 18 en-suite thatched chalets, each with its own private decking area from where you can view the rich wildlife. Game activity at the lagoon continues day and night as breeding herds in abundance come out of the bush to the water to quench their thirst.
The chalet at this South Luangwa safari accommodation is decorated with superb attention to detail and is equipped with everything from refrigerator to shampoo and mosquito repellent. Each sunken bath has its own private view of the lagoon, and what better way to relax and forget the pressures of city life than to soak in the sights and sounds of the African bush.
The bathrooms have both bath and shower, with separate toilet. The bathing corner can be completely opened to offer guests an open-air bathing experience. Five Chalets are suites with an elevated sleeping area, to allow space for a double bed, and increased lounging area.
Each room has a private bar. The thatched roof has been designed to guarantee maximum ventilation, even though all rooms on the lagoon are dramatically sheltered by huge Ebony trees.
The Zambia game lodge also has an open boma for dinners under starlit African skies and earnest talk around the campfire. Another distinguishing feature of the lodge is the meeting room which host up to 40 people. Secluded from the lodge and built on stilts, it too overlooks a lagoon. Like other facilities at Mfuwe, the meeting room opens out onto its own private timber deck.