The exquisite Royal Zambezi Lodge in Zambia provides the perfect bush honeymoon for couples looking to make their trip of a lifetime extra special. Not only do they offer firm favourites such as indulgent dining, couple’s spa pampering and game adventures, Royal Zambezi Lodge goes above and beyond expectations to ensure couples enjoy a truly magical and unforgettable honeymoon.
Together, couples can experience the wonders of the Zambezi while drifting down the river in a canoe, picnicking on a private island or simply by watching the elephants and hippos pass by from their veranda whilst sipping a G+T. Royal Zambezi Lodge is world famous for its fishing, with guides on hand to help couples test their skills at catching the elusive tiger fish.
Royal Zambezi Lodge is the perfect place for couples to enjoy the natural wilds of Africa. Guests can enjoy a vast array of exciting activities or spoil themselves at the heavenly bush spa with treatments such as the Ukuchina Zambian massage or refreshing and soothing facials. The spa is inspired by the natural beauty surrounding the lodge and is Zambia’s first and only bush spa. The minimalist design offers couples a chance to feel peace and tranquillity and to restore the body, mind and spirit.
The team at Royal Zambezi Lodge organise private honeymoon bush dinners on a secluded private island in the middle of the Zambezi River. Guests dine on the delicious local food whilst listening to the sounds of the African night and watching the pods of hippos pass by. Alternatively guests can have dinner served on their private deck or dine under the stars by a romantic roaring fire.
At night, couples retreat to their tented suite or chalet, each with a thatched canopy and spacious bathroom. Both the suites and chalets assure guests a blissful night’s rest, with extra length sprung mattresses, pure cotton linen and the finest down pillows. The deluxe chalets are the epitome of luxury safari elegance with private sala, outside shower and bath and revitalizing plunge pool overlooking the river.