Welcome to Lake Kariba.com

A tourist destination for traveler who prefer a house boat holiday and tiger fishing.    
On Lake-Kariba.com you are in direct contact with the safari operators and the service providers in Kariba Town and around the lake. Lake Kariba or Kariba Dam is one of the largest man-made inland lakes. The lake forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The hydropower generated by the dam and the turbines, represent the major supplier of electricity in both Zambia and Zimbabwe. After the hydro plant was completed the Town of Kariba became a popular holiday resort, with hotels, casino, guesthouse and a marina with houseboats and other day cruiser. Along the southern shore of the lake you will find the game parks on the Zimbabwean side, with lodges both on the lake and on the shore. To rent a houseboat is very popular for corporate events and kick-offs. On these pontoon boats you can move from one place to a other part of the lake. And at the same time you can live a comfortable life with everything onboard. When you move around the lake you will come close to the wildlife and the drama, which takes place when animals are coming down to the crocodile infested lake for a drink. One of the majestic scenery, is the fish-eagle gliding in the air, or hovering over the water, or sitting on a branch of a tree.  At SafariLodges.com we recommend LakeKariba as a perfect place for corporate events. Your staff and customers will go back home with memories that will last forever. On LakeKariba.com you will find lots of exciting opportunities that you can book over SafariLodges.com. To start with you have to " Register " some basic contact details with SafariLodges.com. When this is done you have opened an account, " My Safari " , where you easily can monitor the progress of your tour and co-ordinate all your bookings and offers. We recommend you to send several offers from your account direct to the service providers.

Welcome to Lake-Kariba.com and SafariLodges.com.
Tommy Hemmingsson

Why not take your first step on your African journey, by clicking on a lodge or a service operator below.

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