Imbabala Zambezi Safari Lodge situated near the meeting point of four countries – about to undertake a refurbishment
Imbabala is a safari camp situated on the banks of the Zambezi river aproximately 70 km upstream from the Victoria Falls and a stones throw from the junction of the Zambezi and Chobe rivers. The junction of these two rivers marks the spot at which four countries meet at a single border. To our knowledge this is the only such border in the world. The region around this junction is also the centre of a massive wild life area that includes a collectionof some of Africa’s best and most “wild” National Parks and other sanctuaries. The population of Elephant in this area is the largest concentration of Wild Elephant in the world.
Imbabala Zambezi Safari Lodge will be undergoing a refurbishment during the coming few weeks. The safari lodge will be adding a standard twin room increasing the lodge capacity to 20 guests in 9 thatch lodges. Minor changes to the bar area and the main lodge are planned as well as a soft refurbishment of the rooms and central areas. The refurbishment will be completed by May the 1st, 2013. Sneak peaks and progress updates will be posted on the lodge’s Facebook page.