Welcome to Zambezi Grande

Embrace unfenced nature and adventure from the comfort of an opulent, 5-star sanctuary in the heart of Africa.

Zambezi Grande exclusive Safari experience is situated near the Lower Zambezi National Park, on a prime sector of the Zambezi River front, offering visitors an unforgettable personal retreat, with all the sumptuous indulgences a discerning guest would appreciate.

Safari

Situated near the Lower Zambezi National Park and on the banks of the grand Zambezi River, an authentic African adventure awaits you.

Rates

Our rates are all inclusive: accommodation,  meals and standard beverages, two safari activities per day, use of camp angling equipment, and Royal Aerodrome transfers and more…

Wellness

Spoil yourself with relaxing and nurturing body therapy, whilst you unwind in the unspoiled African bush.

Testimonial

"I have traveled Africa and seen many national parks but the Lower Zambezi and the Zambezi Grande stands head and shoulders above the rest."

Book online today and look forward to a luxurious stay with us

Latest News

The African Elephant

An Elephant herd is closely developed around family. A herd is made up of an adult female and her offspring, as well as two more closely related females and their offspring. The young elephants, known as bulls, separate from their families once they’ve reached puberty at the age of 16 years old and move on

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African Pitta Bird

The African Angola Pitta is a species of bird in the Pittidae family. It is found across Africa in most countries, but most importantly it can be spotted in Zambia. The African Pitta is an intra-African breeding migrant, breeding in southern and south-central Africa around November-December, and then heading back out to the equatorial Africa

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African Wild Dog

Scientifically named the Lycaon pictus, meaning ‘painted wolf-like animal’, the African Wild Dog is definitely a must-see when travelling around Africa. Africa’s Wild Dog is slowly being pushed closer and closer to extinction, making these sightings rarer by the day. Many have been wiped about by the destruction of their homes and natural habitat, by

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