Tongabezi Lodge, a five-star eco-friendly lodge on the Zambezi River near Victoria Falls, in Zambia, rebuilt its Tree House. Constructed around the branches of a riverine Ebony tree, the elevated Tree House spreads out over a pine deck, offering views of the Zambezi River, the river after which Zambia is named.
Part of the house is suspended over the water, giving the sensation of floating. The Tree House has a king-sized bed with an air-conditioned canopy draped with mosquito netting. A claw-footed bath affords views of the river while bathing. The Tree House also has Anatolian carpets, Asian chests and West African artwork.
Activities are included in the rates, such as canoeing on the Zambezi, an island lunch, a candlelit dinner on a floating Sampan, a visit to Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, sunrise and sunset boating, visiting Victoria Falls, guided bush walks, tourof the Livingstone Museum, fishing, game drives and shopping at the local market to buy bracelets, fabrics or artifacts. Park and museum entrance fees are extra. All-inclusive rates are from $590 (depending on exchange rate) per person per night.
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