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+1 502 848 0626 info@ntabaafrica.com  |   Unique, Authentic, Memorable African Experience

Nestled on the banks of the Kafue River, Gwabi River Lodge is the perfect place to unplug, recharge and regroup. Ninety miles south of the Zambian capital city of Lusaka, and less than 4 miles from the mouth of the Lower Zambezi, the lodge is easily accessible year round by road, air and water. Forming the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, the Lower Zambezi River is a mecca for sport fishermen, adventure tourists, wildlife photographers, birding enthusiasts and game viewers.

Long known as the Zambian lodge with a direct gateway to the Lower Zambezi, Gwabi River Lodge offers a variety of accommodation options, from chalets to camping. Owners, Tony and Ann Weber, have been nurturing and expanding this lush oasis since 2013 and the lodge has become popular with families, couples, and friends wanting to spend quality time together.

Ntaba African Safaris work closely with Ann and Tony to offer our guests a wide selection of activities when visiting Gwabi River Lodge:

  1. We partner with Captain Mark Taylor-Memmory of Taylor’s Tiger Fishing Tours to provide lodge guests with the thrill of fishing, accompanied by a guide, in a region known for some of the best tiger fishing in the country.
  2. During a game drive in the Lower Zambezi National Park guests will take in the spectacular scenery of the Lower Zambezi and have a close-up encounter with the diverse wildlife.
  3. Choose either a full-day River Safari or a Sunset Cruise to toast the end of the day on the River of Gold, for a glimpse of the traditional villages dotted along the riverbanks where excited children are always eager to greet visitors to their part of the world. Guests may also choose to enjoy a barbeque or picnic lunch on one of the sandbanks along the Zambezi River.
  4. An excursion to the baobab forest and bat cave is a ‘must’ for more active guests. For those with an interest in birds, some 378 species can be found in the Lower Zambezi Valley. Guided birding walks or boat tours at select times of the year may bring sightings of sought-after ‘lifers’, including the African Pitta, Livingstone’s flycatcher and African broadbill.
  5. A canoe offers a unique view of wildlife at a slower, quieter pace. Guests can select 1 – 3 day canoe safaris downriver with a trained guide, rough camping along the way. You don’t get more immersed in the African bush than that!
  6. Nature walks and community visits allow visitors to learn about the flora and fauna from a qualified guide. The local Farao Community warmly welcomes visitors and shares their culture.

Ntaba African Safaris encourages our guests to embrace all the adventures that the Lower Zambezi River has to offer. There is something for everyone and travelers will return home profoundly impacted by this beautiful part of Southern Africa.

“If I have ever seen magic, it has been in Africa.”

JOHN HEMINGWAY