African Bush Camps Bumi Hills Safari Lodge
Bumi Hills Safari Lodge is something of a haven of serenity, set on a range of remote hills in one of Zimbabwe’s finest wilderness locations. With the Zambezi escarpment as its backdrop and overlooking the eternal shimmering waters of Lake Kariba below, it is utterly captivating. Game viewing opportunities are plentiful, with animals roaming freely between Matusadona National Park, Bumi Hills private concession and the alluring Lake Kariba.
The lodge consists of ten stylish suites, each with spectacular and uninterrupted vistas of the lake and its surrounds. The interiors have been beautifully finished in a fusion of contemporary western and African styles, which give Bumi Hills the feel of a secret African Riviera.
It also has its own 2-bedroomed private villa, the Baobab Villa, complete with its own living room bar, indoor and outdoor dining decks, a private butler, safari guide and vehicle.
At centre stage of the lodge is the beautiful infinity pool that blends effortlessly into the lake horizon. From here you can enjoy the intimate wine and dining terrace, and marvel at the fiery golden sunset over Lake Kariba.
Why we like it here
Game viewing is made that much more exciting due to the passionate team of experienced guides who have earned their reputation as being some of the finest.
Wake up to the sound of birdcalls echoing across the water.
Get to cruise down Lake Kariba as your River Guide tells stories passed down from generation to generation, tales of traditional fishing and the local people.
It’s possible to go fishing for tiger, bream (tilapia) or vundu on a catch-and-release basis.
Take in breathtaking sunsets on a cruise along Lake Kariba.
The Ngwana Club keeps the little ones entertained and educated.
At night the stars utterly dominate the land with their brilliance and immediacy totally arresting.
A spa and gym are available to help you keep fit and relaxed.
Enjoy magical pink-to-red-to-golden sunsets that Lake Kariba is famous for.
Things to be aware of
There is no age restriction at Bumi Hills Safari Lodge, however children under the age of 16 are not able to do walking safaris. Should they wish, guided bush walks around the camp are possible.