Ngombe Lodge is situated in the heart of wild and beautiful Barotseland, the home of the Lozi people, where the Litunga (king) and indunas (tribal chiefs) still reign. Here, the Zambezi River is untouched by civilisation and the adventurous fisherman looking for a big tigerfish is still a rare sight. The Kaale rapids, a short distance up the river, provides a fantastic venue for the keen fly-fisher, where he can fish for yellowfish or tigerfish. Sioma (Ngonye) Falls is nearby as is Liuwa Plains National Park which sees Africa's second largest annual antelope migration.
Predominantly a tiger fishing destination, anglers can also target the upper Zambezi yellowfish and nembwe bream, an ultra hard fighting fish. The lodge has extremely experienced fly-fishing guides who know where to find the fish and have exceptional boat skills.
The thatch-roofed lodge offers a unique blend of organic African textures and colonial comfort. Some guests refer to the lodge as a very comfortable camping experience, where the open planned living spaces embrace a unique outdoor lifestyle. There are four twin bedded chalets.
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Ngombe Zambezi River Lodge is situated approximately 75km from Katima Mulilo and can be reached on tarmac road from South Africa. From Katima there is a dirt road leading to the lodge that winds through the flood plains and a 4X4 vehicle with high clearance is highlyrecommended. Travel time on the dirt road is around 2 hours. There are several direct commercial flights to Kasane from international destinations at excellent prices. There is a transfer service for guests from Kasane to the lodge, (approximately 2h30m from Kasane and a 10 minute transfer by boat).
Price start at $1650 per person based on shared accommodation and boat/guide. This includes seven nights full board accommodation and six days guided fishing.