Fothergill Island • Matusadona

Simbabwe

Description

Nestled against the breathtaking backdrop of Lake Kariba and Matusadona National Park, Fothergill Island emerges as a remarkable sanctuary that offers a unique African safari experience. The mesmerizing panoramas beckon adventurers to embark on a captivating journey of exploration, unveiling the wonders of the continent’s second-largest lake and the awe-inspiring conservation triumph of Matusadona. Embark on a thrilling boating safari to encounter majestic elephants, formidable buffalos, magnificent hippos, and the predators that follow in their wake. For an exhilarating experience, cast your line into the water and engage in the electrifying pursuit of tiger fishing. With its opulent suites designed to accommodate families, Fothergill Island brings your travel aspirations to life, offering an exquisite blend of luxury and adventure.

Room Types

  • 10 luxurious tents

Facilities

  • Five double/twin suites and two two-bedroom family suites with luxury en-suite facilities that include an outside shower/bath
  • Three private island suites with en-suite facilities, lounge and dining area, bar, private pool
  • Scenic walkways and cordoned-off pathways
  • WiFi
  • Airstrip on the island
  • Modified open 4×4 vehicles with interactive iPads, binoculars and charging points for cameras and equipment
  • Uninterrupted views of spectacular Lake Kariba

Activities

  • Boating safari
  • Fishing
  • Game viewing
  • Walking safaris

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From
$ 750.00
per person per night

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