Ideal for a family safari, Tangala House sleeps up to 8 and has a children’s playroom and a spacious kitchen-dining room. The rooms are enclosed, with large glass fitted windows to keep out the insects and allow guests to enjoy magnificent views across the Zambezi.
Over 145 species of birds have been spotted from the kitchen window and elephant herds can often be seen drinking on the opposite bank.
The living room has a large sofa and two armchairs and leads onto a ‘snuggery’ with satellite TV, video, Hi Fi and Jetmaster fireplace. Most of the rooms have very high thatch ceilings and the passages have large 3-4m high ‘Moroccan’ arches, with one metre thick walls.
The swimming pool is 13m x 4.5m, with an extra shallow area for children and bench seating. In front of the house is a grass lawn and 250 metres of private river frontage.
The veranda easily seats ten, and is open thatch with steps onto the lawn, towards the swimming pool and the terrace, which has an eight seat railway sleeper picnic table.
A variety of luxury rooms
Open all year round
Guests can enjoy a large variety of birds and river life from camp.
The grounds are usually not visited by any game other than vervet monkeys, squirrels and occasionally hippos at night.
However for safety guests are always escorted to and from their rooms at night.
Guests enjoy birding and fishing by boat, game drives to the local Mosi-oa-Tunya National Game Park and the great Chobe National Park is only a day trip away.
It is possible to spot a large number of birds, plains game and the Black Rhinoceros in the local National Game Park.
Elephants are plentiful.
Guests wishing to see more of the Big Five can take a day trip to Chobe National Park which lies just across the border into Botswana.
Bespoke itinerary for every guest
Meals can be taken in a variety of locations ranging from your bed to the middle of the Zambezi River
At Tangala romance and family fun are on tap!