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This is one place where everything is beautiful!The service,the food,the accommodation and the environment. I surely want to go back with my wife. The pricing for the drinks is fair and complimentary drinks are generously given.
I can't sing the praises of Islands of Siankaba loudly enough!!! Truly an African Shangrila. Beautiful chalets on the sweeping Zambezi River, waking to chattering monkeys, snorting hippos and a yummy breakfast, champagne Sundowners followed by an equally delicious dinner, trips to the neighboring village....More
I have visited Islands of Siankaba before so already knew what to expect. For some of our group it was their first visit. None of us were disappointed.
From the moment that we arrived, until the moment that we left we were treated like royalty....More
As this was my first visit to Africa, I had no idea what to expect but could not have had a more positive experience from start to finish.
The location is absolutely stunning, set on an island in the Zambezi, the layout is perfect and...More
This was my first visit to Islands of Siankaba. It was lovely and I will definitely be back. Rooms were clean and comfortable, with lovely views. Food and service were both great. I loved the fact that is was quiet and not much going on...More
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US$ 681 - US$ 1,189 (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.
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"Most rooms overlook the river I think so I would let the staff choose the best to suit you."