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Mambova Island Complex
The Mambova Island complex, 14 secluded islands in the Upper Zambezi River is part of the Mambova rapids which gives rise to a series of Papyrus-lined channels and the attractive Mambova Islands. Two of the larger islands in Zambian waters, Sekoma and Ilombe are each home to small, isolated and very exclusive lodges. The Islands are pristine with no human inhabitants other than the Ilombe and Sekoma lodge staff.
Game species such as elephant, hippo and crocodile move freely between the islands. The islands are exceptionally well situated in the centre of one of Africa's prime wildlife areas and cater to both general wildlife enthusiasts and specialized interest groups i.e. birding and fishing.
For the protection and preservation of the habitat and environment Sekoma and Ilombe Island Lodges operate a strict catch and release policy.