ZAMBEZI CRUISE SAFARIS: Plans for 2018: Scheduled cruises & Kariba lodges

Wild Zambezi • 3 December 2017

Zambezi Cruise Safaris, who operate scheduled and charter lake cruises with a fleet of luxury vessels based at both ends of the Lake Kariba (Kariba Town or Binga) have announced some exciting plans for 2018.    

NEW WEEKLY CRUISES FROM VICTORIA FALLS
From 2018 Zambezi Cruise Safaris are dedicating a vessel to run their 2-3 night Sengwe & Rusi River cruises (from the Binga-Victoria Falls end of Lake Kariba).  They will have weekly departures for most of the main safari season based on a Wednesday departure for the 2-night cruises and a Saturday departure for the 3-night cruises.

MATUSADONA CRUISES - CHARTER OR SCHEDULE
During 2018, charter cruises to the wildlife-filled bays and creeks of the Matusadona National Park out of Kariba Town will operate at any time with groups of 6 or more people. 

However, visitors will also have the option of joining scheduled departures to the Matusadona twice a month, with set departures between May to October.  Additional dates and itineraries for any operator with a group size of 6 or more can be added if required.  These cruises can also be linked to any of the other lodges, camps, operations or suppliers on Lake Kariba and in Mana Pools.

FULL LAKE CRUISES ALL SEASON
The company's Full Lake Cruises will also have regular set departures from Binga and Kariba Town for the individual traveller.  This provides a unique,  lake safari experience as part of a trip incorporating both Victoria Falls/Hwange and Mana Pools:-  

- Kariba Town to Binga (2 or 3 nights)
- Binga to Kariba Town (2 or 3 nights)  

NEW KARIBA LODGES OPENING APRIL 2018

The company is excited to announce that two brand new lodges are currently under construction in Kariba Town. The Crowned Eagle Boutique Hotel & Kariba Safari Lodge are set for opening in April 2018, and will both be unique products with their own respective design and character.

For more information and contact details, see Zambezi Cruise Safaris.

 

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