Impalila Island Lodge

Impalila Island Lodge

Impalila Island Lodge

Impalila Island lodge is situated on the Impalila Island at the confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers, the place where four countries namely; Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia and Botswana, meet. The lodge only has 8 chalets and all have a wonderful view over the Chobe River and the Mambova rapids.This is a perfect Lodge for those who enjoys the privacy of a small lodge and the personalised service that is well deserved on your African safari holiday. Impalila is surrounded by water and the bird life is phenomenal.

The lodge, being situated on an island, offers boating activities, fishing as well as guided walks on the island. Impalila Island Lodge is the perfect retreat if you don’t mind spending a little more to have the comfort of a small private island. It is really an unforgettable experience.

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Impalila Island Lodge Facilities:

  • 8 en-suite river facing double chalets with ceiling fans, gauze screen doors and mosquito netting
  • Safe in each room
  • 220 v electricity by generator
  • Complimentary laundry service
  • Main complex of elevated deck surrounding an ancient Baobab tree
  • Lounge and bar areas
  • Dining area with individual tables
  • Rim-flow pool and fire pit
  • Small reference library
  • Curio shop
  • Cellular reception
  • Credit cards accepted

Impalila Island Lodge Access:

Via boat from Kasane immigration or Zambia – to be arranged ahead of time.


 Rates: 1 January – 31 December 2014 

Low Season
( 1 Jan – 31 May & 1 Nov – 31 Dec 14)
High Season
(1 Jun – 31 October 14)
Per Person Sharing                    USD 335 USD 395
Single Rate  USD 335 USD 436
Exclusive Island Rate USD 4800 USD 5760


Included in accommodation:

  • All meals
  • Soft drinks, local brand beers and house wines
  • Laundry service
  • Activities: fishing in Zambezi, Game cruise to Chobe National Park, sun downer boat cruise, bird watching boating and walks, guides walks on the island including cultural walks and visit to a 2000 year old baobab