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  • arrival
  • house
  • room 1
  • room 2
  • room 3
  • room 4
  • pool
  • victoria falls
  • livingstone island
  • whitewater rafting
  • bungee jump
  • motorboat safari
  • canoe safari
  • livingstone
  • microlight
  • helicopter
  • vehicle safari
  • elephant safari
  • walking with lions
  • horseback safari
  • quadbiking

Tangala House

Lodge 8.0 Rating
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Tangala House
is located in the Livingstone area of southern Zambia.

Situated on the north bank of the Zambezi River around 20km upstream from the Victoria Falls, this large private house is actually the family home of Ben and Vanessa, the owners of the adjacent Tongabezi Lodge.

Available for rental to private groups of up to eight guests, the house is centred around a lovely large kitchen, running through to dining and lounge areas, with bedrooms of a mezzanine above. Pleasant small gardens include a small pool. The house comes with a full complement of staff, including cook, boatman and driver-guide.

Activities around the lodge include motorboat safari and canoe safari, as well as fishing and visits to local villages.

Activities around the falls include a picnic on Livingstone Island including a swim in the Devil's Pool on the lip of the cascade, white-water rafting and jet-boating in the canyon below, bungee jumping and gorge swinging, elephant riding, walking with lions, town tours including the railway museum and scenic flights in a light aircraft, helicopter or microlight.


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