Bumi Hills Safari Lodge
Perched high on a hilltop, overlooking the enchanting Lake Kariba, lies the exceptional Bumi Hills Safari Lodge.
With the ragged outline of the Zambezi escarpment as its backdrop, guests can unwind in ensuite rooms with private verandas that boast wonderful views of the lake. Meals are served in the elegant dining room or al fresco, while sinful cocktails can be savored at the welcoming bar area. A rim-flow swimming pool, cigar lounge, pool table and a soul-soothing spa add to guest delight.
It’s a good idea to keep binoculars on hand as the outdoor dining area offers wildlife sightings at the shores of the lake. Adventures include game drives in open 4x4 safari vehicles, guided bush walks, bird-watching, game viewing at a nearby hide, fishing and romantic sundowner cruises.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- If you’re an avid fisherman, you can ask the lodge to arrange a special fishing trip with a professional guide.
- Take a flight over the Kariba Dam and drink in the stunning views.
- Join a cultural tour of the local village for a peek into local life.
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