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Tamarind Tree Zambezi River Lodge
The Lodge is directly opposite the magnificent Redcliff's. Approximately 6 kilometres west from the Lodge lies the wild and relatively undeveloped Lower Zambezi National Park which includes Mpata Gorge, a world renowned Tiger fish area. 25 Kilometres east from the Lodge are the upper reaches of Cahora Bassa Dam. The remote location of the Lodge ensures guests of a secluded stay in the Zambian bush where they can experience the spirit of the "Real Africa". By Air: There are regular commercial flights between Johannesburg (South Africa) and Lusaka (Zambia). (Duration approximately 2 hours). A Number of inter-continental flights direct to Lusaka are also available. Charter flights can be arranged from Lusaka to the bush airfield at Luangwa Boma (seasonal airfield), with co-ordinates: S15"38' E30"24' - length 1.000m, elevation 300m. (Duration approximately 30 minutes). By Road: The turnoff to Luangwa Boma is at the Luangwa Bridge, approximately 230 kilometres from Lusaka along the Great East Road which is tarred and in good condition. From the turnoff follow the 87 kilometres gravel road, which runs parallel to the Luangwa River to the Luangwa Boma/Feira. Vehicles can be parked safely at the Filling Station at Luangwa Boma. Vehicle hire is available in Lusaka for transfer to Luangwa Boma by prior arrangement. (Duration approximately 4? hours). Boat Transfer: A boat transfer from Luangwa Boma, up the Zambezi River, to the Lodge completes the last part of the journey. (Duration approximately 20 minutes). Self Drive: During the dry season (May to November), the Lodge can be reached by 4x4 or high clearance vehicle from Luangwa Boma/Feira.
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