Welcome to the Kabula Lodge Website

Situated on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, Western Zambia Kabula Lodge has been specifically designed to provide affordable, comfortable and relaxing holiday accommodation for families who love fishing, birding, the outdoors and who want to enjoy Africa and the bush at its pristine best. Kabula is also a recognised haven for the keen fisherman wanting to catch a trophy Tiger Fish.

Situated within Barotseland,the Lozi people's mystical wetland region that the famous explorer David Livingstone explored so many years ago, Kabula Lodge provides the ideal holiday destination in a sparsely populated and relatively untouched region of Southern Africa where the magnificent indigenous forests are something to behold.

The appeal of the Lodge has been further enhanced by its incorporation within the recently promulgated Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) which is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe converge. It spans an area of approximately 287 132 km², almost the size of Italy (300 979 km²), and includes 36 national parks, game reserves, community conservancies and game management areas.

This TFCA promises to be Southern Africa's premier tourist destination with the largest contiguous population of the African elephant (approximately 250,000) in the continent.







Please note that Kabula Lodge is not only situated “in the bush” but is also situated on the banks of a large and mighty river, both of which present their own inherent dangers and risks. The Proprietors must therefore clearly state that guests attend/visit/enter Kabula Lodge (and its environs), and use the facilities and equipment provided, entirely at their own risk and are requested to take note of the Disclaimer Notice given on the "Rates and Bookings" page of this website.




Contact Us


Pieter du Toit: +27 82 672 5168
Leonie du Toit: +27 82 550 8642
Ann Morrow: +27 82 569 2998

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