Imbabala Zambezi Safari Camp
Situated 70 kilometres West of Victoria Falls
Imbabala Zambezi Safari Lodge is situated on a riverine fringe of the mighty Zambezi River where Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia and Namibia converge. The lodge is seventy kilometres west of Victoria Falls town and is accessed on the Kazungula road which is tarred.
The lodge was first opened in 1988 and since that time has been regularly refurbished but has always sought to retain an authentic safari camp feel with guests receiving an unspoilt wilderness experience.
The lodge only accommodates 20 guests thus ensuring guests have an opportunity to relax and enjoy all the facilities and activities available. Children over the age of 7 are welcome at Imbabala however as the lodge is situated in a wilderness area and is unfenced, it is imperative that all children are under the supervision of their parents or a guardian at all times.
Imbabala offers the chance to unwind but also to experience some of the most amazing game viewing and bird watching in the region in the seclusion of a private National Parks concession. The 5,000 Acre (2,023 Ha) concession has 14 kilometers of private Zambezi river frontage and borders the Chobe Forest Reserve, which is renowned for its massive Elephant population.
“We visited the first week of January and expected to see very little since this is the rainy season. We were wrong. Our guide, Abe, took us on more safaris than we dreamed possible..Following wild dogs hunting Impala through the brush made us feel like we were truly on a safari, instead of a canned tour..”
“This is an incredible place. So special. Richard was our guide, and he was so knowledgeable, fun, kind, attentive. We saw so many animals from many different perspectives, at different times of the day, in different environments. It was amazing! We’ve been on safari before and the game drives here were infinitely better. …”
“…From the facilities, to the views, to the food, the service, the safaris and the boat, everything was exceptional, warm and welcoming! Thank you so much for everything. We will always remember you.”.
“We visited Imbabala for 3 nights of our honeymoon. We were treated like royalty and had some fantastic experiences on the river with the elephants crossing and on land helping a lioness who had been caught in a poachers snare. The food and hospitality was five star and we cannot recommend our guide Richard enough. Thank you Imbabala.”