Ila Safari Lodge, Kafue National Park, Zambia
A Lodge or Hotel in Zambia
Kafue National Park, Zambia
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Ila Safari Lodge has 10 state of the art luxury safari tents perched each on their own deck reaching out over the banks of the Kafue River. Included in our 10 top-notch tents are two larger family suites.
Each tent has been individually designed to mesh with the flora surrounding it providing shade, privacy and your very own piece of Kafue wilderness.
Our family tents can accommodate 4 people, or in case of families with 3 kids, can have an extra bed added. The spacious tents offer 2 separate sleeping departments, ideal for families or for couples sharing. Both family tents offer a luxurious bath and shower, overlooking the Kafue River.
WHY CHOOSE ILA SAFARI LODGE?
- Kafue National Park, the largest and oldest park in Zambia, is one of the last great expanses of remote and unspoiled wilderness in Africa.
- Ila Safari Lodge offers a wide variety of activities, to make sure you’ll get to experience the pristine wilderness of the Kafue National Park at its best and learn about our conservation programmes.
- Take a smooth and serene boat cruise either at dawn or for sunset on one of our boats.
- Regular sightings include lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, a wide range of antelopes including roan, sable and zebra, hippo, crocodile, warthog, genet, jackal, mongoose, every entertaining baboons and monkeys and a myriad of species of bird.
Ila Safari Lodge Rates, Activities & Amenities
|2022||1 Jan - 30 Jun, 1 Nov - 31 Dec||–||US $ 450|
|2022||1 July – 31 Oct||–||US $ 695|
Rates are Per Person Per Night unless otherwise specified.
Ila Safari Lodge rates include: accommodation, meals, bar, unlimited activities, taxes/fees + service charge, laundry and emergency evacuation.
Children of all ages are welcome at Ila Safari Lodge.
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