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    Stuart Messham
    Sustainability, Airlines and routes, Food and drink,
    Lolebezi is the latest addition to the African Bush Camps family of properties and, true to form, it’s wild, remote and quite spectacular. And that's before you've even ventured outside!
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    Lolebezi is the base for a holiday like no other.

    Rising each morning in your luxuriously appointed apartment, the truly majestic Zambezi River will be flowing freely just metres from your room – and with 1km of private river frontage, there’s plenty of it for you to enjoy without interruption.

    The breath-taking, untouched Lower Zambezi National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to some of the most exciting wildlife in the world. It’s famed for its leopard population and elephant herds and one of African Bush Camp’s experienced guides will be happy to escort you through the towering acacia forests to see them frolic in their natural habitat.

    They may take some time to locate, but it's so worth the effort. A successful walking safari is powerful, inspiring and romantic and there really is nothing on Earth quite like it.

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    Game drives and river cruises are just some of the other activities to fill up your days. And should you need a break from adventure, you can simply wallow in the stellar accommodation.

    Your African Bush Camp holiday pad is both elegant and simplistic, sophisticated and refined.

    There’s two superior suites and four double family units and the lodge is fully air-conditioned throughout.

    Each gorgeously-appointed suite has a private plunge pool to while away the hot African evenings, the on-site food is Halal-friendly and delicious, and for those of you wanting to turn the relaxation up to 11, there’s a thatched Sala on the river, a yoga deck and even a spa.

    They really have thought of everything.

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    Want to experience the wild, untouched joy of the Zambezi River?
    You can fly to Lusaka via Heathrow with Emirates.