Redcliff Zambezi Lodge
Redcliff Zambezi Lodge is situated on the Zambezi River's northern bank in the Zambezi Valley of Zambia. To the west, beyond the Mpata Gorge, is the Lower Zambezi National Park. Downstream from Redcliff Zambezi Lodge is the village of Luangwa Boma at the confluence of the Luangwa and Zambezi rivers near the western edge of Lake Cahora Bassa.
Redcliff Zambezi Lodge takes its name from the red cliffs of Kenyemba Hill located across the Zambezi River.
The lodge and nearby areas are best known for tiger fishing in great surroundings. Other fishing is also very popular and successful.
The lodge was originally launched as Redcliff Zambezi Fishing Safaris in 1997 with tigerfishing as the main focus. By 1999, when the lodge was completed, it had become clear that the area has so much more to offer, both because of its remoteness as well as its array of plant and wildlife.