Kasaka River Lodge


Kasaka River Lodge is a 20 bed luxury tented African safari camp in Zambia offering an authentic and memorable safari experience. Nestled on the banks of the Zambezi River in the Chiawa Game Management area it is set in a natural bush environment with each chalet secluded amongst the native flora, only 4 kilometers by road from the Lower Zambezi National Park. This is the only stretch on the 2,700 kilometer course of the Zambezi River where one finds National Parks on both banks of the river - the Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia and the famed Mana Pools World Heritage Site in Zimbabwe.


The river extends the length of the property and there are breathtaking views over the water with sightings of buffalo, elephant, hippo and crocodile. The philosophy of combining a tranquil, off the beaten track destination for guests with support of the local environment, culture and natural resources is Kasaka River Lodges dream. The lodges cultivated side has beautiful manicured gardens with swimming pool and colorful indigenous plants and a more natural bush side which is connected to the main lodge by overhead walkways to allow for the passage of wildlife within the camp. Kasaka's main living area and deck area are nestled amongst the tamarind trees creating the perfect location for watching the world go by on the river and viewing various species of wildlife on Nyamangwe Island.


Chalets at Kasaka River Lodge


Each of the 8 luxury chalets is a large walk in canvas safari tent with two single beds or one king size bed. The tent hangs from a roof and stands on a wooden deck. Each has an elegantly furnished en suite bathroom with flush toilets and powerful heated showers.


Activities at Kasaka River Lodge


The Lower Zambezi National Park is situated only 20 minutes drive from Kasaka. The beauty of this park is that is it relatively untouched and offers a range of different habitats. The Zambezi, overhung with a thick riverine fringe, grassy floodplains fringed with Winterthorn Trees and the miombo covered escarpment hills, provide a dramatic backdrop to your Zambia safari experience. Activities are tailored to make the most of this incredibly diverse wilderness.


Game viewing is offered in a variety of forms, game drives designed to completely immerse you in the amazing natural wonders of wild Africa; a leisurely canoe safari; a river safari navigating the islands and main channels of the mighty Zambezi; or the thrill of a walking safari. Kasaka also cater for both the serious angler and patiently helping first timers whose excitement of catching their first fish is always a pleasure. And for those interested in the rich cultural heritage of the area, community visits can be arranged.


The Zambezi


At just over 4000 square kilometers, the Lower Zambezi National Park stretches in a narrow swathe from the Chongwe River in the west to the Luangwa River in the east. Rich in biodiversity, there are a number of biomes, or eco-systems in the park, ranging from jessbush thickets, miombo woodland in the escarpment, grassy floodplains and riparian forests.


Like the adjacent Chiawa Partnership Park, the Lower Zambezi National Park is home to all of the major species in the valley with excellent sightings of elephant, buffalo, lion and leopard a regular occurrence. Bird life in the area is also outstanding, making this a real hot spot for ornithologists.


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