important info Everything you need to know
Before you embark on your exciting adventure, we would like to inform you of the following to make sure that all your health and travel requirements are taken care of
Booking Terms & Conditions
We have added special provisions to our booking terms & conditions to make allowance for changes due to COVID-19. Please view our booking terms & conditions for details.
Health & Safety
We would like to provide you with additional peace of mind by sharing with you the steps we are taking to ensure a safe and enjoyable stay stay us. Please view our Health and Safety protocols for details.
Malaria and Medication
Malaria is endemic to this region, so please seek advice from your medical practitioner for anti-malaria medication before you travel. Remember, some medications require you to start taking the medication before arrival.
If you take any special medication, be sure to bring enough with you to last the entire visit.
Passport and Visa Requirements
To enter South Africa/Zimbabwe, all foreign nationals need a passport valid for at least 30 days after the intended date of departure. Ensure that your passport has at least two blank visa pages for entry stamps. Check your country’s visa requirements with the South African/Zimbabwean embassy.
Please view our Child Policy document for more information
Lodge info sheet
8 free-standing tents with en-suite bathroom | Size: 10m x 3.5m including inside bathroom and verandah, size excludes outside shower | Each tent has 2 twin beds, all easily convertible to king size beds | Distance between tents is approximately 20 metres
We cater for a maximum of 16 guests
No children under the age of 12 | we regret no childminding available
Children aged 12 to 16 may be included in your tent on a stretcher bed (no triples for adults)
Wifi is available in the main lodge only. The Wi-Fi can be slow & intermittent due to satellite connection.
CHECK IN / CHECK OUT
Check in: 14h00
Check out: 10h00
Yes, on the mainland 1km from the island
The high season is June to October when the water is at its highest and the Victoria Falls are most impressive. White water rafting is also available during this time.
Yes, guests will need international roaming
2 swimming pools
No debit or diners club cards. All others accepted
Bath & Hairdryer
Yes - Bush Laundry
Solar power and candlelight
No Smoking indoors
What to pack
- You will feel most comfortable wearing cool cotton layers in light shades like khaki.
- Bring a swimming costume, walking shoes, hat and warm jacket and trousers for those cooler evening game drives.
- Don’t forget sunscreen, medication, sunglasses, anti-malaria medication (optional), your own medication, reading glasses and contact lenses
Zimbabwe experiences 3 dramatic seasons. Traditionally the dry season, April to October, has been the time for game viewing as the vegetation is less lush allowing better opportunities to see. But many visitors like the wet season which is November to March, summer being a great time to view migrant birds from the North. Fishing is superb in September and October.
The average temperature in summer is between 25C to 35C (77 - 95 Fahrenheit) and in winter from 6C to 24C (43 - 75 Fahrenheit). Zimbabwe generally has a moderate climate with intense heat felt usually in the valleys.
- Hot and dry: From August to October, game concentrations are at their height toward the end of this period. October is also the hottest month.
- Cool and dry: Warm, sunny days and cool nights characterise the period from May to August which are the dry winter months.
- Warm and wet: From November to March, the rainy season is magnificent; vegetation takes on a vibrant green colour becoming a lush jungle.
PLEASE NOTE: Times are subject to change. We advise to still check with relevant airline.