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Lodge Mvuu Lodge

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Located in Zambia :: Lower Zambezi
Category: Lodging :: Lodge

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Description [ correction ]

Mvuu Lodge is predominantly a fishing lodge that provides a five star service to local and international clients during our season from the beginning of March to the end of November every year. Accommodation on offer includes ethnically decorated tented chalets, stone chalets and campsites. Each of our Bemba and Tonga tents/chalets have a shower and toilet en-suite, with two of the Bemba tents/chalets featuring a bath as well. All of the tented/stone chalets have hot and cold running water plus all of our campsites have their own ablution facilities with hot and cold water. All of our tents/chalets overlook the Zambezi River, as do two of the campsites - Elly and Mvuu, providing our guests with stunning views across this mystical river. Reservations mandatory.

Contact [ correction ]
Address :  Zambia
Postal :  P.O. Box 11908, Centurion, 0046, Zambia
Contact :  Nicole
Contact 2 :  Lynne
Tel :  +27(0)12 660 3820
Direct :  +260(0)96 636 3762
Cell :  +27(0)79 524 8709
Cell2 :  +260(0)96 687 6534
Fax :  +27(0)86 519 8094
Email :  Click Here
Website :  Click Here
Host Website :  Click Here
Cellphone Reception :  Good

Directions [ correction ]

Approximately 18km from the Lower Zambezi National Park in the Chiawa Game Management area, you'll find tucked away in Zambia privately owned Mvuu Lodge. 'Place of the Hippo'. Situated on the lower part of the Zambezi River opposite Mana Pool. As you drive into Chirundu you will find a 'Chirundu Kaimon Bus Terminal' sign. Turn left at the second sign to go to the Pontoon. From Chirundu it is 11km to the Pontoon crossing (K56 000 for a local car $30 for foreign registered cars per crossing 06:00 - 18:00). Take the right-hand-road at the Y-fork just after the Pontoon crossing (See signs to Kayila) - then its just under 25km to Chiawa village - you turn right into the village and the road bends left out of the village. From Chiawa it's another 25km to Mvuu Lodge, if you ever think you may be going wrong, ask a local, they are friendly and helpful!

Time Information [ correction ]
Subject to Seasonal Operation. : 

Rates and Payment [ correction ]
Rates Quoted :  Per Unit
Base Currency :  USD
Minimum Rate :  205.00
Maximum Rate :  205.00
Updated for :  2019
Comments :  (Rate Info Updated Jun-2019).
Payment Methods Accepted :  Credit Card, Foreign Currency
Types of Foreign Currency Accepted :  USD

General Information [ correction ]
Languages spoken :  English
Pre-Booking :  Required

Facilities [ correction ]
Accommodation (Self catering chalets), Camping, Child Friendly, Restaurant (Bar), Swimming Pool, Restrooms, Shop (Curio Shop.), Wireless Networking, Landing Strip Nearby
Other Facilities :  Laundry services.

Activities [ correction ]
Game Viewing, Game Drives, Tours and Excursions, Hiking Trails, Guided Walks, Fishing, Swimming, Canoeing, Sailing, Boat Trips, Bird Watching, Photography
Game to View :  Monkey. Mvuu. Elly. Leopard. Warthog. Crocodile and Lion.
Notes on Activities :  (Some activities may be offered nearby).

Travelling Information [ correction ]
Closest Town :  Chirundu (Zambia)
Distance to Chirundu (Zambia)  :  61km
Travel Time to Chirundu (Zambia)  :  1h43min

Self Drive Access :  Yes
Vehicle Type :  4WD

Travelling from Lusaka, you can take the road via Leopards Hill and the first 50km or so from Lusaka is tarred. Further on the 4WD route to Mvuu Lodge is a lot of fun -real 4WD! (May-2014).

Comments [ leave a comment ]

“I visited Mvuu during October 2019.They had a serious Tiger fishing competition on the go. Although the lodge was fully booked out, management and staff welcomed me to their campsite. A really good experience. I was able to use the dining, lounge and bar facilities, and was welcomed by all, including the fishermen! The elephant walking through the lounge area was an added bonus. The campsite is unfenced and allows game ( Baboon Warthog and Impala0 to roam freely in the camp area. Great staff, great experience..” - Felix Hodgson, 2020/03/20

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