Shackletons Lodge

Shackletons is set along the banks of the Upper Zambezi River, called "God's Highway" by David Livingstone. The lodge accommodates only twelve people in 6 thatched, en suite chalets with private teak decks over looking the Zambezi. The swimming pool, sun downer deck, lounge, open dining area, and riverside bar provide guests with unparalleled vistas of the mighty Upper Zambezi River. Serene views are enjoyed from all corners of the lodge and as the sun sets, the embers from the fire pit glow. The lodge has its own vegetable garden, freshly baked bread and a braai (barbeque) providing a delicious meal; a perfect end to the day. The gardens are planted with indigenous flowers and trees, attracting a multitude of birds. Spend a day in camp watching birds by the pool, or pick up a good book and unwind from city stress.