The breathtaking beauty of nature surrounding Maramba River Lodge is what makes it unforgettable. Set on the banks of the Zambezi, the fourth largest river in Africa, Maramba Lodge offers guests easy access to a myriad of unforgettable adventures. Bungee jumping, kayaking, game drives, elephant back safaris, white water rafting, abseiling, jet boating, extreme fishing and hot air ballooning are all in day’s ‘work’. Hear the sounds of the wilderness from the sanctity of your suite at night, as elephants trumpet, lions roar and hyenas call to each other in the pack. At Maramba Lodge, you’ll be immersed right in the heart of nature.
The lodge is based only 4km from the popular tourist area of Victoria Falls, yet is just far enough away to be a serene respite in nature. Zambia only recently opened up for tourism and so remains a relatively untouched wilderness, with rural villages still intact and celebrating cultural traditions.
Nearby villages make for a fascinating excursion and guides will walk you through the customs of each traditional village and their people.
The accommodation at Maramba varies from Chalets and Luxury Tents, to Safari Tents, Dome Tents and Camping, and offers a real value-for-money experience. They all flow towards the main communal space, which boasts a natural looking rock pool, poolside bar, TV lounge, boma, shop and restaurant.
Children are well catered for at Maramba, which prides itself on being a family-friendly lodge. Six Luxury Tents boast every comfort you could desire; Chalets are spacious and built in a thicket of mopane and mahogany trees; Dome Tents are a more simplistic option for the budget traveller, while the Campground is perfect for large groups and adventure travellers.
Kick off another beautiful day in Africa with a decadent breakfast served in the lodge restaurant and spend the day canoeing down the river, taking a hot air balloon over the falls, riding elephants or seeing the Big 5.
Return to the comfort of Maramba Lodge, where cocktails and a hearty meal will be waiting for you after a day filled with lifelong memories – and the roar of the mighty Zambezi.