Kanyemba Lodge


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Completely surrounded by nature, with just a few small villages inhabited by the Goba tribe nearby, Kanyemba Lodge is an exclusive relaxing spot, designed to board up to only fifteen people at a time. The central building enriched with a wonderful patio, lodges the dining room, the bar, a lounge and a library housing interesting books about nature and local traditions. In the heat of the day you can choose to relax in the pool, swimming or just sipping a cocktail while watching the lazy sleep of the hippos in the river.

The lodge provides daily laundry service on request, e-mail and satellite telephone and is constantly radio-connected with its office in Lusaka. Most importantly, Kanyemba features an award winning chef, Edson, who mingles a traditional Italian Cuisine (Kanyemba's owner is a Zambian-born Italian, Riccardo Garbaccio) with the freshest and most typical local ingredients.

The five chalets and the romantic honeymoon suite forming the lodge, are discreetly located on [cont.]

the river bank under the shadow of wild mangoes and huge trees. Each chalet has its own private veranda overlooking the Zambezi River, where early morning teas and espresso coffees or cappuccinos are delivered at the time of your specified wake up call. Each chalet has been beautifully decorated using local art, and the stunning ensuite bathrooms include state-of-the-art fittings and bright mirror lighting. Chalets also include a walk in robe with shelving, hanging rails, and room for storage. All chalets have 220 V electricity, ceiling fans, and mosquito netting.

Kanyemba has also recently opened a small bush camp on their private island in the Zambezi River - a great option for those looking to get even closer to nature - ask your specialist for more information.

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