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Tafika Zambezi is a scenic fishing destination in the heart of the Lower Zambezi Valley, situated in the Sapi Safari Area which is downstream from Mana Pools.

With comfortable rooms, green lawns and breathtaking views of the Zambezi River, this lodge provides a perfect break from busy city life for time away with family and friends.

Sapi Safari Area has recently been converted solely to an ecotourism wildlife and fishing destination. The Zambezi River frontage at both the lodges provides some of the most exciting and rewarding Tiger Fishing in the world.

The area also has exceptional water-based game viewing opportunities and boasts over 300 different Bird Species, including several ‘lifers’ such as the African Pitta, Narina Trogon and Pels Fishing Owl.

Tafika Zambezi lodge consists of 8 luxury brick-under-thatch chalets which can accommodate up to 16 guests on an all inclusive rate. The rooms are well appointed with an en-suite bathroom and outside shower, and each has a unique view of the Zambezi River which is the back drop for some unforgettable sunsets.

The shared central guest area consists of an open plan dining room, lounge and bar area, which flows through onto the deck, providing a place perfect for social times, laughs and discussing the days ‘catch’ around the fire. A dip in the small plunge pool also provides a welcome relief from the heat of the day.

There are two large pontoon boats available for hire and guests are requested to bring their own fishing tackle and provide the fuel. Alternatively, guests can bring their own boats (max of 5). Fuel and extra drinks are available for purchase.

There is no cell phone coverage at the property, but a limited internet service is available.

Tafika Zambezi can be accessed by air or road –

By Air – Charter flights are available and will land at the Chewore Airstrip. Guests will then be transferred in an open game viewing vehicle to  Tafika (20 Minutes).

By Road – Self Drivers can access the camp by following the Chirundu Road from Harare. Guests are required to stop at Marongora and pay National Parks fees before entering the Parks area. A high clearance vehicle is required. Tafika is roughly an eight hour drive from Harare.


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