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What sets Islands of Siankaba apart is not the magical location on the Zambezi with top quality hospitality and attention but the great enthusiasm and friendliness of all the staff and the fact that it is integrated into helping the local community. For a few...More
We have just got back from 4 days at Siankaba for my Mum's 60th Birthday. We were 8 adults and 3 kids. I can honestly say we have never had a family holiday quite like it. The staff are truly amazing and every whim is...More
What can I say - the staff, the location, the chalet were are all superb! Adam & Sam catered to our every need. The Islands of Siankaba comprises of two forested sand islands on the Zambian side of the Zambezi River. The seven guest chalets...More
We came here on our honeymoon and we could not have asked for a more romantic three days. We were met by Adam who took us over to the island. When we arrived we had delicious cocktails while we discussed what we were hoping to...More
Thank you to all the team, we had such a great time, lots of fun activities that were available, but not pushed, food plentiful and tasty, and the room was blissful, the best sleep we had all holiday...all that fresh air Sam!
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US$982 - US$1,176 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Thank you for your enquiry. March is moving towards the end of our rainy season so you will have lovely warm days but there is always the possibility of rain. The river is rising on a daily bases and reaches its highest... More
Thank you for your enquiry. March is moving towards the end of our rainy season so you will have lovely warm days but there is always the possibility of rain. The river is rising on a daily bases and reaches its highest levels in May / June. There is no danger from the river at the lodge and we continue to run our sunset cruises and makoro (dug out canoe) trips. Should you require any additional information please feel free to contact us.